Puffy, 12 Jul 2017Does the G6 gets warm when taking pictures/video? all smartphones get a little warm when taking pictures or making a small video, but unless you plan to take pictures until your memory runs out or your battery drains, you should be quite alright; 4-5 pictures in a small succession or a 2-3 minutes video won't overheat your device therefore you should be fine with it
Should I buy Oneplus 3T or Lg G6 ?? which is better if both are almost of same price ??
However my experience with LG was not that much great as I own Lg G3... but still I want to give LG a second chance......
so which one is between these two ??
siminum, 12 Jul 2017Either you are upset on with LG brand and their way they've released the phone on specific mar... moreNo thanks, I'm very happy with the S7 Edge. My last two phones were LG though. I'm not a fanboy just giving my honest opinion.
Yea I'm very familiar with network bands variants aside pretty much any variant of the S7 will support 15+ lte bands where as the G6 only supports 10 ish. If you check even the V20 supports more network bands than the G6. Like I said I'll never understand why LG holds back on this stuff. Network bands is important me because I'm in North America sometimes and Asia other times and wanted a phone that would get me 100% lte support in both.
AnonD-683783, 12 Jul 2017considering between the LG G6 and the Huawei P10, any opinions on this? both phones are great,... moreLG is better, drop many times but working fine, my friend drop huawei once and battery flexible broke. the longer tech company on business, the better the products. Almost every new innovation like finger print, modular etc come from motorola (the oldest)
AnonD-683766, 11 Jul 2017Similar to my well loved, 2 yr. old G4, which will be missed, I'm highly satisfied with my G6.... moreAlso had the g4 now..The g6 is absolutely the upgrade version of g4..but the front camera is very blurry when compared to the g4..the result just cannot be accepted.this is the only complain about g6 right now.. otherwise,everything works great
AnonD-683783, 12 Jul 2017considering between the LG G6 and the Huawei P10, any opinions on this? both phones are great,... moreI Think u should choose LG..actualy LG phone better then samsung or other..Pure android man
considering between the LG G6 and the Huawei P10, any opinions on this? both phones are great, specs are great and i can't seem to decide between both phones..
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2017I went through the exact same thing and I ultimately went with the S7 Edge. The G6 is great b... moreEither you are upset on with LG brand and their way they've released the phone on specific markets or you are a snob. Because LG released the G6 they way they've released it, that is why there are multiple variants of their network coverage...multiple phones => many network variants. But also S7 Edge has a lot of variants like: G935F (Global); G935FD (Southeast Asia, India); G9350 (Hong Kong); G935W8 (Canada) while LG G6 has H870 (Europe); H871 (AT&T); H872 (T-Mobile); H873 (Canada); H870K (Australia); LS993 (Sprint); US997 (U.S. Cellular); VS998 (Verizon Wireless). On the other hand, mentioning that you travel a lot, we're so happy for you which means that basically you have money to spend on your trips and need an all band phone which can fulfill your traveling needs (I sure hope you're not planning to travel in Japan as they have a different kind of network there and not even your S7 won't work....so I've heard). Basically a US released phone won't work on EU networks and vice versa. Not to mention Asian countries which have also their own frequencies. Your question regarding LG's decision I believe that LG already answered that by releasing LG G6+ which according to its specifications contains: 128GB of onboard storage as standard, wireless charging and 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC as standard, previously exclusive to only certain regions, and there's also B&O Play earphones included in the package. If you are happy with your decision, so be it, if not go and return your phone and grab a newer and better device which is also MIL-STD-810G certified.
Anonymous, 11 Jul 2017Dear my friends: I got confused between LgG6 and Samsung S7 edge . The Lg G6 is new ; on the o... moreI went through the exact same thing and I ultimately went with the S7 Edge. The G6 is great but I didn't like how the screen brightness is lower than the G4 (my old phone) and the S7 Edge also supports more network bands than the G6 which is good if you travel a lot. I also wanted wireless charging but the Asian version has the DAC (which I don't need). I don't know why LG made this decision to give different regions different features, why couldn't they just put ALL the features in?
I just got my phone for about 5days ago and im confuse about fast charging.. Is it ok to use fast charging daily with this device. Im just worried that my battery will damage if i continue using the stock charger. I hope someone will answer me. Thanks
AnonD-333475, 11 Jul 2017That is one ugly ass UI... nexus still are lg best looking phones . I just wish they would re... more1. you can always change your UI interface and you can even install Google's interface if you hate it that much;
2. personally, I believe this device has a more than adequate battery life but depending how you use it, lots of games and constant Facebook, Instagram or whatever social network you are subscribed to, those tend to drain your battery like ice in the sun.
If you would have stayed close to the latest news you would have heard that LG will make the switch to OLED panels for their next major smartphone, that would be, if I'm not mistaken the future V30.
P.S. Nexus devices are a thing of the past now it's Pixel; each company / person has it's ups and downs until they find their way and I believe that LG is on the right track.
That is one ugly ass UI... nexus still are lg best looking phones . I just wish they would revive the concept behind it . and of course gave it a better battery
Anonymous, 11 Jul 2017Dear my friends: I got confused between LgG6 and Samsung S7 edge . The Lg G6 is new ; on the o... moreI have the Samsung s7 edge and it's a fabulous phone but if I would to buy now definitely the LG G6! The wide angle lens a better processor is a good reason to go for G6 rather then the S7
Similar to my well loved, 2 yr. old G4, which will be missed, I'm highly satisfied with my G6. It's just a solid, beautiful and practical phone with just the right features for my purpose at a friendlier price. I was likewise looking at the S8, which is another great phone but I just couldn't justify the price difference for some added fancy features that I really don't need and can do without.
Anonymous, 11 Jul 2017Dear my friends: I got confused between LgG6 and Samsung S7 edge . The Lg G6 is new ; on the o... moreIdk man, im not a big fan of unusual screen ratio.
Its like having 5.7" screen and becomes 5.2" when watching youtube.
Not sure about everything else though,
you might wanna re-read/watch the reviews on both device.