AnonD-602133, 25 Oct 2016My total usage is 4 months. In the first 1 month the screen was changed because it started sho... moreYou probably have a faulty device, like all manufacturers produce. But I have my V10 for 4 months now also and I don't have the slight issue with it. Even more, I made an unwanted drop test, which kinda scared me at the time it happened. It fell faced down from hip height and like 2m forward. It was sliding nicely on the floor. I don't have a tile floor or a concrete one, it is made of wood, but still hard as hell. Before I picked it up, I honestly thought the screen was shattered completely, because the noise at the impact was really loud. I have only minor scratches here and there on the screen, because I don't use a screen protector or any case, because it makes my phone bulky. Yeah, probably it should have stood up to those scratches too, but I thing I had some tough microscopic debrees on the floor, and the Gorilla Glass 4 can't resist that much.
All in all, it's a very good phone, the camera is great, the screen also, it feels amazing in your hands, and when you first see it you will remain speechless, especially if you buy the white version. In terms of battery usage, I charge it daily, but the QHD screen drains a lot of battery when in use, so this is normal.
AnonD-601878, 24 Oct 2016Hey should I buy LG V10? I'm a little low on budget so considering this now. Was going for G4 ... moreSome of V10 suffer from bootloop too but Maybe they be fixed with newer SN 6xx
My V10 has SN 602 used it 5 monthes no bootloop
backup ur data always , when bootloop happen send it underwarranty wait these 10days
V10 is great device but low battery life.
My total usage is 4 months. In the first 1 month the screen was changed because it started showing dead-pixels.
The second screen broke from inside after it fell from a low distance 1 or 2 feets (so much for MIL-STD-810G certified - shock resistant).
Battery is Honorable!!! I couldn't go without charging it 2-3 times a day.
The camera is great, the phone is responsive and the second screen is useful.
The rear buttons and the rear touch are nice and very handy.
However, if I could go back in time, I wouldn't buy it.
AnonD-601878, 24 Oct 2016Hey should I buy LG V10? I'm a little low on budget so considering this now. Was going for G4 ... moreCamera wise, V10, G4 and G5 are identical. G5 have an additional wide angle lens build in.
Hey should I buy LG V10? I'm a little low on budget so considering this now. Was going for G4 but bootloop changed my mind. Love the V10 specs, esp the camera! How is this phone?
I am getting a sound that is like a coin going into a slot. Does anyone know what that is?
Addison, 24 Oct 2016I don't know why v10 owners complain about its battery life. For me, battery timing is incredi... moreV10 Battery is bad and especially if u were using google maps & gprs
battery would last 2.30 hours.
I don't know why v10 owners complain about its battery life. For me, battery timing is incredible. I keep it on auto brightness and it lasts a whole day. Screen-on-Time is 5-6 hours. Doze helps with deep sleep battery saving. Plus it has quick charging support, 60% in 30 minutes. So people concerned about v10 battery life shouldn't have anything to worry about.
AnonD-474377, 22 Oct 2016Does the bootloop issue affect all models or older models because this whole boot loop pandemi... moreAs I understood (reading on XDA forum) this bootloop is not hardware issue, like it was with G4, but software problem that is solved with factory reset or software restore. Most of those problems are related to US market AT&T phones particularly.
As for screen burn issue that is not something to be concerned about as ISP LCD panel CANNOT have permanent screen burn like AMOLED screen does. If you have screen burn just let screen cool and it will disappear.
Does the bootloop issue affect all models or older models because this whole boot loop pandemic is really making hesitant and fearful of buying...
I need help , 18 Oct 2016Should i buy the v10 or the g5 or even wait for the v20 the lg g5 and v10 are currently going ... moreWait, and then buy the V20. Its a beast of a phone. I have the V10 and have been using it on a daily basis for more than 1 year. Except for the battery, V10 is a great piece of engineering in your pocket. Do what you want with it, it will go long. A great tool for business, and a great companion for the road. The V20 will be many times better.
AnonD-600431, 21 Oct 2016its a Great phone..top of the line hardware with mil grade shock resistance. the only drawback... moreNo Burn issues...haven't come across this complaint on the net elsewhere from other users. I'm using one since more than one year and except for the battery, its a perfect machine for a long time to come. Do what you want to do with it, it will go along. A great working tool, a great companion for the road. Buy one, try one...don't listen to gossips and don't make one.
its a Great phone..top of the line hardware with mil grade shock resistance. the only drawback is that it has screen burn issues.. if you can live with it .. its the best available phone in my opinion at the moment
The USB microUSB v2.0 (SlimPort 4K) also support USB Host in H900 (AT&T)
Should i buy the v10 or the g5 or even wait for the v20 the lg g5 and v10 are currently going for 430$ so which one should i buy I really need to buy a phine by the end of november
Concerned buyer, 18 Oct 2016Does anyone have this phone for over a year ? And which models or carrier phones (at&t Ver... moreBeen using this phone since December 2015..no bootloop issues. Although a little stuck pixel on the screen has appearead last week. It's not significant and only shows when screen is black. I have AT&T (H900) variant.
Does anyone have this phone for over a year ? And which models or carrier phones (at&t Verizon etc ) would have those bootloop issues ?