I'm planning to buy g7+ but i'm concerned regarding software updates ..i heard that lg is too slow in updating their smartphones...suggest me between g7+ and huawei nova 3 and another thing is that i'll be using it for 2 years...so which1 is future proof amongst these 2
guni45, 23 Aug 2018You have some point there with the capacities, since the number alone does not indicate the ac... moreI can tell you by experience that after 10 full recharges the battery life is extraordinary!
Does the lg g7 have 4k 30 fps image stabilization (was it added in an update)?
omega3329, 28 Jun 2018First of all, 3000 mAh is not bad at all. Nobody spoke about battery when LG g4 had a removabl... moreYou have some point there with the capacities, since the number alone does not indicate the actual battery life - we should also take efficiency of the system into account, some phones can do wonders with a small battery because their optimization is smart, while others can barely last on a few hours of SOT on the same battery.
The G7 is doing well for the 3,000mAh, I would say It's pretty optimized, but I wish indeed that they would include a 3,300mAh battery.
omega3329, 28 Jun 2018First of all, 3000 mAh is not bad at all. Nobody spoke about battery when LG g4 had a removabl... moreBoy never in my life I thought I find find someone who understands the difference between the battery types you have mentioned kudos to you ..Lg Should start saying they have used better battery ..but again LG has a deal with all the other major companies that it will never market their phones in public !!!
Gert, 09 Jul 2018This is a great phone, it has very nice features that appeal to me & the way I want to use... moreHey Bro you nailed it using lg g pro2 for 3 plus years .Got lg v20 for my brother .if v20 was in stock I would have bought it again .it's a master piece .
a) one of the problem is they have quality issues at times and 8 months buy back is amazing .Every manufacture has their own problen
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2018check your 'comfort view' setting.Have already done that, comfort view is not enabled on both the phones. All settings are at default. One phone is also having very slight back light bleed at the bottom edge. Its poor quality control. There is a post from someone showing multiple G7 phones on different stores having back light bleed issues. No wonder why LG doesn't sell as well as Samsung.
Danny, 19 Aug 2018Coming from LG G flex 2 (bootloop in 8 months used) to S7 ( 2 years and still counting no issu... moreS7 with Oreo is the last of a compact powerhouse. Only 32 GB Hybrid style slot meant it wasn't future proof though excellent still (wife using one). S8 is better than S9 at least for Exynos. Snapdragon never reached our shores. G7 + ThinQ I am using has difficulty with holding on to GPS (discovered now) which is fixed in July security patch update but not available in India. LG's consistency with bootloop earned them a tag which will take time. Samsung though good have their own issue of UI lag that will take some time but is the most feature rich and stable.
Why the hell did they feature a 3,000 mAh battery? That is not sufficient for a screen in this size. So disappointed with LG.
iam using lg g6 and it is almost one year old my g6 is amazing not a single problem and after updat to oreo it much faster and battery life is also extended. so iam thinking for upgrade to lg thinku
Dilmeet, 18 Aug 2018This is turning out to be a fantastic purchase so far. Used S7 and upgraded to S9. Was the big... moreComing from LG G flex 2 (bootloop in 8 months used) to S7 ( 2 years and still counting no issue so far, ), upgraded to V30 (experience IR in 6 months used) bought S9 plus got 6 hours SOT. I will never go back to LG.
I have two Lg G7 phones and my biggest concern is the difference in display on the two devices. One phone has a pinkish screen and the other has warm yellowish screen. The difference is huge and you can easily tell that. The color settings on both the phones are set to auto. Its either because of two different kind of displays being used in the phone or its a factory display calibration problem. Has anyone else noticed this? Didn't expect this on a flagship device.
This is turning out to be a fantastic purchase so far. Used S7 and upgraded to S9. Was the biggest mistake as the Exynos variant is pretty bad. Sold it after 2 months as was not practical to format every month to fix the battery drain and over heating. S8 is far better in this regard. Next was Pixel 2. Solid device but Stock Android is too vanilla. Upgrade to Pie was nice and smooth but the GPS bug while using Maps remains and was reliant on 3rd party apps for features. Now, G7. It is the best allrounder. Still on June security patch but I need my phone to just work with DUAL SIM functionality. RAM and ROM are perfect. Updates can wait if the device can work this awesome.
Bought G7 .... amazingly bright screen easily visible in bright sunlight. The LCD has 4 pixels Red Green Blue and White. This screen uses very little power when compared with my previous phones when brightest screen is used. I ride a bike a lot outdoors and the G7 is simply terrific. Highly recommend this phone. We bought from T-mobile on a two for price of one deal.