Eddie depay, 23 Mar 2020Please is it worth it to get this phone in 2020?I've found a few for 140 to 170 dollars, and for that price, it's a bloody steal. You won't find phones as good as LG's as cheap. Never buy current gen midrangers or budget phones, always buy older model flagships.
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Eddie depay, 23 Mar 2020Please is it worth it to get this phone in 2020?Absolutely yes, it's a snapdragon 855 phone. I mean in other areas it's just under $300. For the LG g8 thinq g820um model. It's absolutely a still. Go ahead and buy you will not regret it at all.... IT IS A FLAGSHIP PHONE ALTHOUGH IT A YEAR OLD TOO.
Lg g8 thinq g820um (Canada) which is AT&T version Unlocked on Aliexpress is just under $300. I am currently using LG V20. It's durable as a rock which has a metal back and still running . Previously I was gaving the G4, probably a day of purchase it had the BOOTLOOP problem and put it down for while. I latter had someone whose G4's screen was spoilt But it's board was working and so I bought (I did the repair myself in a couple of MINUTES) . After that the BOOTLOOP problem vanished forever although it's lost I still remember it. SOO not all LG G4s have the BOOTLOOP PROBLEM). What I like about LG ELECTRONICS ARE THEIR PHONES ARE BUILT TO LAST.........
Dan, 31 Mar 2020Absolutely not. You have better, more up to date pieces of hardware now at similar prices.I mean its 399 new in box on amazon right now, This beats the Moto Z4 pricing. Don't think you're getting a new Snapdragon 855 for that price anywhere else. It's a year old by now but i figure i'm saving at-least half off a new flagship in exchange for a year off its life.
Eddie depay, 23 Mar 2020Please is it worth it to get this phone in 2020?Absolutely not. You have better, more up to date pieces of hardware now at similar prices.
Eddie depay, 23 Mar 2020Please is it worth it to get this phone in 2020?Sure do, i just got my hands on the g8 from verizon and absolutly amazed. Everything is butter smooth, even the air motion makes me a wizard
Nguyano, 11 Mar 2020Got the sprint version (unlocked) 2 days ago, everything was fine till I upgraded to android 1... moreGot the same problem!
Just remove the SIM Card, do the factory reset and use wifi only. Once all set up, insert the SIM Card and data will work. I got mine solved!
IP68 rating? Checked.
microSD card slot? Checked.
Triple wide/tele/ultrawide? Checked.
3.5mm audio jack? Checked.
FM Radio? Checked.
USB OTG? Checked.
You know what this is? This is the jack-of-all-trades smartphone. It has all the necessary features that I want in a smartphone, and this one got them all as standard. Kudos to LG for releasing this stellar smartphone, definitely not regretting choosing this as my secondary Android smartphone.
Got the sprint version (unlocked) 2 days ago, everything was fine till I upgraded to android 10, then cellular data stopped working, there is no APN settings, APN all grayed, no way to add or edit APN. Right now I can't use internet on my phone, except wifi. I have toiled online to look for a solution to no avail. Frustrated, feel like smashing the phone. If you are still on pie, please stay there, don't upgrade yet. I don't know if its just a sprint problem, but the best advice for you is not to upgrade, untill a fix has been confirmed. I now understand why everybody talks about LG's weakness with software.
galaxy S had finally, formally ditched the 3.5MM jack. I have been watching everyday how the G9 could be in 2020. it is better to keep the 3.5MM jack. high-end earphone users do not trust those wireless tech.
a blue tooth "transceiver+AMP+battery+cable" costs around USD150. such a device probably could not last more than 3 years, because there is a non-removable battery, non-replaceable cable. a good quality wired-earphone cable could cost much more than USD150. the wireless earphones are not for serious listeners.
besides the 3.5mm jack. new models of phone better keep the 2x lens. adding a 4X lens would be a plus. go up and down the zoom power sequentially, logically
i did not want a 3x lens, while its 2x zoomed images become a software effect instead.
need the real feelings. the real sound, and real images. not those newer but lower quality ones. move towards higher fidelity always