Rex18, 05 Sep 2016How's the bootloop issue? Is it still that common among the units? I'm picking between
... moreNon of the three have bootloop problem, now choice is yours, but I will go for V10
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How's the bootloop issue? Is it still that common among the units? I'm picking between
still like the v10 even tho i just got off the phone and i too are waiting for my 3rd replacement to come in the mail
Gsm, 31 Aug 2016Both are trash, bro. Good luckI want to buy one of them which is better?
LG V10. Just LPDDR3-RAM but 4 GB.
A perfectly robust and gripped back design.
The camera is placed in the middle for symmetry, but the corner would be better.
The laser auto focus blaster could also be used for distance measurement with third-party applications. That could be very useful.
But their camera-application is a dream. It uses that second screen very well, and has many features. It might not be the fastest, and the burst shots are limited to thirty, but you can set framerate and bitrate and video resolution INDEPENDENT from each other. Every power-user dreams about that. Bitrate settings were possible previously on the Galaxy Note Two on Samsung, which was in 2012. There were quiality settings of low, middle and high. Low 1080p-video was equal to high 720p-video. Both were around 12 megabits per second. The V10 has no 5.1-Microphone, but the pro-mode displays the audio input from both microphones and gives you full control about photos and videos, which makes one feel like a real professional user. Additionally, pausing is supported in all modes (even slow motion), and it might be limited to 120fps, and there is no zero pause lag (known from Nokia 108, Samsung GT-i8000 and TouchWiz Camera v5.0 and higher), but I am looking forward to 2160p@60fps on phones in 2017. With 1440p@120fps, you can slow down to half, and yet have sixty frames per seconds TO SPARE. With ¼, you have 30fps instead of 15fps to spare. 15fps is the grey zone of enjoyability of videos.
A physical shutter key is missing, (it could be used by applications such as games too, but would make shooting more convinient), but it has tap-to-shoot. Something, which Samsung removed in 2015 on their S6.
There is no way to launch the camera quickly with a physical shutter button, but the secondary screen can be used in a very similar way as the toolbox from the S5 and the Alpha, and the Edge-Screen of the .
3000 mAh for such a power-user-phone might be slightly too low. The iPhone 2g was tvelve millemetres thick, and nobody had a problem with that. With that thickness, the V11 or V15 or V16 or V20 might achieve 6400 mAh (according to my calculations).
Maybe, Samsung and LG could build together the ultimate power user phone, which contains the feature range from all phones. All sensors, all hardware, all features, and all capabilities, as long as it is possible. And maybe some additions (e.g. Dual IR blaster and reciever for 3D-aiming) and maybe a sligh optical zoom, if there are no external moving parts and other problems, ugly compromises(,) with camera hardware.
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2016Lg v10 or htc one x9???Both are trash, bro. Good luck
dj, 17 Aug 2016I sure do own a lg v10 and have been have issues. They are sending out my third lg v10I some what agree with them but the v10 is nice I like the phone but I have had 3 of them sent out for replacement the all start over heating and slow charging but it's technology so shit happens they have some bugs they need to tweet I'm waiting for a,new phone to come out read,the reviews then switch
This is the only device I have had in years that I would still keep long term. Good ergonomics, industrial design, excellent screen quality and software. A rare gem.
edz, 21 Aug 2016I feel you bro ive got my g4 after 1yr of use it was bootloop. I will not buy this lg anymore.stop spamming here
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2016Lg v10 or htc one x9???Lg v10 nice camera sound
Nice device! only that some people don't know how to use the phone.
Russ, 15 Aug 2016I got my LG v10 in December (T-Mobile). I was going through batteries like crazy. I purchase... moreI feel you bro ive got my g4 after 1yr of use it was bootloop. I will not buy this lg anymore.
I have LG V10,when I open my lock screen, suddenly I find some errors.I don't use many applications I just have a few like Instagram and such it,some body help me please.
This is by far one of the best phones I have owned. Before owning the lgv10 I owned the S4. the v10 blows the s4 away. I liked the s4 for everyday uses. but the v10 really helps with photos, the camera is amazing and takes great photo's. The option to shoot raw is amazing and comes in handy during the winter when it snows. By far a great phone i look forward to the V20.
subith NTS, 18 Aug 2016i like to buy a lg v10... but i know that v20 is gonna announce on sept 6th... so should i wai... moreYes you can wait, but V20 come with same Ram & Rom, better Soc & software more improve camera, With fugly design AND as expensive as two V10 choice is yours
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subith NTS, 18 Aug 2016i like to buy a lg v10... but i know that v20 is gonna announce on sept 6th... so should i wai... moreThe white color on V10 is gorgeous :)
Perfomance is great , but on gaming is avarage
Battery SUX! , 3 hours on heavy usage
Wait for V20 , rumor says will come with SP 820 - bigger battery - 21mp camera with dual camera on the back and they removed dual camera from the front
V20 design may looks like G5 design.