I'd already bought a nexus 6 and its really beautiful and powerful and in comparison to this model, I think previous one costs more.
Question, is the camera hump included in the 7.3mm thin of this phone?
Vaughn, 29 Sep 2015same specs as LG G Flex2..My LG G Flex2 rocks on 5.1.1.
This phone not commercially available yet......it's just on pre-order.....therefore please do not show it in the "in stores" section
Looks beautiful in the photos, and I'm fairly sure the build quality is very good - but there's just to many things to overcome initially for me. No microSD, its much larger than my LG G4, but the camera and picture quality will be the deciding factor for me in the end. I really love the G4 and unless this new 6P is way ahead of the Nexus 6 I'll be quite satisfied that the LG was in fact the best decision for me.
this might be my next phone as im leaving a sinking boat...but i would like to see more picturs of it. It seems like the white looks best, not often i like white.
qualcomm confirmed there is only one version of snap 810 the heat issue will on stand on the software
jonty007, 30 Sep 2015and thats why xperia ain't selling.yeah cause people walking on same old way .. they have no idea what is better and best
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2015new to some of this, why is SD 810 so bad? Is octacore not all it is cracked up to be?S810 had heating issue, which means that not only did your phone get hot, it also wasted some of that battery life generating useless heat (unless you want to warm yourself).
SD810 is the fixed chipset where there heating issues have been fixed.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2015new to some of this, why is SD 810 so bad? Is octacore not all it is cracked up to be?It isn't bad in terms of performance but it tends to get really hot
sa11oum, 30 Sep 2015It baffles me that manufacturers still use the SD 810. Good device otherwisenew to some of this, why is SD 810 so bad? Is octacore not all it is cracked up to be?
sa11oum, 30 Sep 2015It baffles me that manufacturers still use the SD 810. Good device otherwiseThis is updated version of s810 not a old one
It baffles me that manufacturers still use the SD 810. Good device otherwise