The chand, 01 Sep 2017Hello everyone... I am using this beast from last 5 days ..its a superb fastest phone i haver ... moreThe Chand I also using this version.but battery backup is average & no nougat update till now.how can i maualy update?kindly tell me.
Mubasher, 01 Sep 2017Hello everyone. Plz solve my problem... I have lg g5 h860 dual sim. Last 20 days my phone batt... moretry to reset the phone to clean all the junks in the system. Then re-install your apps. Hope this helps.
I have this phone for 5 months now. Phone is working great. Camera superb. Fast processor. love the phone because it has all the goodies namely removable battery, high end chipset, good gpu for high end games. Not the best looking phone but I am using ringke onyx case to protect the phone from any drops and it looks good. Recommended for those people who's looking for a budget phone with high specs.
Hello everyone. Plz solve my problem... I have lg g5 h860 dual sim. Last 20 days my phone battery is very weak. I use one sim. Approx 6gb free space on phone. I delete unnecessary apps and games. When i use my phone battery down very fast. When stand by 4 to 5 percent drain in 6 to 7 hours. What can i do plz suggest me. I buy this phone from 10 months and i buy new pin pack phone.
Hello everyone... I am using this beast from last 5 days ..its a superb fastest phone i haver ever use... Before this i used Galaxy S7... This phone has no match especiall price wise.. I am using G5 korean F700L model with andriod 7.0
Battery is good for one day..camera is outstanding..but only LG didnt changed its UI ... Same old dailpad style...same messaging layout... But overall its a good device with very good and loud speaker too.
Go for it
Have this phone for almost six months, no problem what so ever but this was expected because i had the g2 for almost 3 years and it was flawless, but what i didn't expect was the magnificent camera (both), my wife has the iphone 7 red product which cost double the money and uses my phone for taking pictures!!!!!! I also have the B&O hi fi plus module and the sound is superb loud and clear, not to mension the screen. The battery will take you through the day easily but i wish it would be larger in capacity, the good thing is that it's removable and i always have a second in my wallet, but till now have never used it...
AnonD-485677, 30 Aug 2017I previously owned LG G3 and then bought G5. I will start with G3, the phone is cheap qualilty... moreHi, i did not had any of those problems, i assume that not all devices are built flawless.
The phone has 8 months and it works very good. Lag free, good photos. Always on display is a thing that must be deactivated because it "eats" battery life time. I must say that is the most stable phone i ever had, it reminds me of Google Nexus 4. Not the most handsome phone, but this phone you can vouch is a good price / offer one comparing to samsung, sony, iphone.
I previously owned LG G3 and then bought G5. I will start with G3, the phone is cheap qualilty, internet browsing is good, fast in speed and mobile date, slowly I noticed that phone heats up too quickly while charging or on call. The body isn't in good quality, a little fall and glass is broken or body is chipped, so obviously every fall or bump it makes the hardware and software are easily broken.
Next year I bought G5, no fall no bump, bought with otter box, but the pressure of otter box had probably cracked the camera lens, and slowly phone starts deteriorating in phone-network quality. The call drops, the voice slowly fades away as you are on call, the phone heating up is same while on call or charging up. Body is made up of cheap quality. Phone is un necessarily heavy. LG back up for contacts doesnt seems like working.
Contact list is ann issue, contacts automatically switched from email account to phone memory or sim memory and then vanished completely to god knows where. I suggest I am disappointed with this phone in totality.
Very underrated device, it's a shame, only because the body design, and the materials. I like to see the good side of things, LG made a mistake with de modular design but any other brand tried to do this first. It's my actual device, I suffer the screen ghosting problem but, it's lcd screen! This goes away easily with a blue light filter app. If this happens in a amoled screen you need a replacement. It's a very good device for me.
Jaizi, 27 Aug 2017I buy lg g5 3mnths ago now his 16mp back rear camera cant focus its image i blur what can i d... moreI had the same problem today, I was looking for a solution in Internet but nothing. So, in a desperate situation I did this: Clean very well the camera lens, put the ois stabilization, go outside (do this at the day) and shake your phone constantly, you may listen a noise in the camera (similar to the noisy problem int the camera focus with the Galaxy S6/S6 Edge) and the phone will try to focus correctly, stop this when you can focus without problem. If this don't work, you maybe need to change the camera glass (if it's scratched) or the whole camera.
I buy lg g5 3mnths ago now his 16mp back rear camera cant focus its image i blur what can i do i m very upset plz help if u have same prblm...i reset mb do evry thng but cant solve now what i do :(
My current daily driver is a htc u11 but I admit now and again I do switch back to my G5 and I think it's a excellent smartphone and it offers so much value for money what with it having a replaceable battery and always on display and infrared remote control plus the screen is really good also in most conditions.
I find that call quality is excellent also and yeah build quality is not ideal but I keep mine in a spigen beetle series armoured case so it's well protected but I do think the G5 is a end of a era in that it's the last replaceable battery smartphone,well next to the v20.
Either way in some respects I think it's much better than than my extremely fragile glass U11 that has no battery replacement like my G5.
Savor , 26 Aug 2017After 9 months? You got lucky. My G5 got image retention after just 4 months. And I just notic... moreNice to hear your opinion on LG phones,yeah build quality isnt best piece of it. whatever i will stick with g5 for one more year. I just like the phone itself (back dual camera, size, weight, UI,fast charge) pretty much.its a great blend of hardware and software just with some manufacture drawbacks
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2017After 9 months my g5 started suffer from image retention. Its is here on the top of taskbar, s... moreAfter 9 months? You got lucky. My G5 got image retention after just 4 months. And I just noticed last night under Nova Settings in night mode which shows a dark grayish background that my V20 at nearly 4 months is also starting to show it! Bootloop was a problem in LG's 2015 flagships. Cheap displays with ghosting was their problem in 2016.
I still love my V20 though. I forget it was military-graded for drops and that's why zero flaws when it fell face first to the tile. Even the paint didn't scrape off. My Moto E has been dropped and shows nothing too. My Lumia 640 dropped and shows nothing. Motorola and Nokia build strong phones. My Pixel was dropped inside its holster case. Flawless. My G3 Beat shows cracks on the top after it fell from the bed. G5 shows a dent after one waist high fall INSIDE its holster case. SMH.
LG has used cheap plastic or glass that easily dents throughout their G-series going back to Optimus G. Only G2 seemed well-built and it lacked microSD slot, removable battery, and was glossy plastic. G3, G4, G5 aren't built to withstand drops. G6 is glass. It was only until the V-series is when LG started to care about durability with its military-graded materials but it looks like the V30 will follow the footsteps of the G6.
Like I said before, I will always stick to Android but I have been dual wielding both it and iOS as of late. I love the size and design of the iPhone SE. Still more SExy than the iPhone 7 and 8 series. I sometimes forget how smooth iOS can be. I just hate its restrictions. So Pixel on Verizon is the one I plan to stay on unless Nokia 8 or Essential Phone can convince me otherwise.
Stay away from LG unless it the materials are military-graded to withstand drops. Like the Samsung S series, LG G series are built CHEAP. Motorola and Nokia are better engineers for durability and reliability. Apple, HTC, and Sony are definitely higher than Samsung, LG, and most of the Chinese. Will still keep my V20 because it will be the last flagship to offer removable battery.
I swear, I think I wasn't meant to own the G5. A couple days ago, it accidentally fell waist high. It was still inside the holster case. Just recently, I noticed a slight dent on the top of the phone. It is annoying to look at. In comparison, my V20 was dragged to the tile because I forgot to detach it from the laptop. It falls facedown. No holster case. No damage whatsoever. Not even a scratch. I was surprised thinking the damage might show a day later or so.
I'm planning to sell the G5 now. It feels like it was made out of tin can. First the ghosting. Then battery drain after update which was remedied by restore to new. Now its fragility. Both it and the S7 edge will be put on sale. I plan to use only the Pixel (Verizon), V20 (media), and iPhone SE (GPS). I have some bad luck with the G5. My V20 on the other hand isn't perfect by any means. But reliable and better in most important aspects, it is.
Pixel. V20. SE.
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2017After 9 months my g5 started suffer from image retention. Its is here on the top of taskbar, s... moreYou should use an app named "Ghost Screen" it's only 50 cents for it and you never see your problem.
btw it's the best app of LCD's ghost screen :D