smoke-666, 08 Sep 2016i think i have the same version i also living in Egypt i got the update in Egypt too so maybe ... moreno .................. you should use LG Up flash Firmware to install new OS in LG V10 and its easy if you have experiences to flash software ...................... search in XDA developers website and it will show you how install new OS in your V10
V10 cool, 05 Sep 2016Hi! I bought lg v10 couple of days back from jarir bookstore in riyadh ,saudi arabia. My v10... moreHi friend wait im all so buy lg v10 androide 6.0.1 more developed to release maybe next month coming soon
aburabad jordan, 06 Sep 2016yes you can update your LG v10 manually ................. i think i have the same version i also living in Egypt i got the update in Egypt too so maybe whole KSA didn't have the update :/ but i have the same device the same model and i have the update ... manual means u will plug it to ur pc and installing it from the LG updater ?
smoke-666, 06 Sep 2016bro i already have the device running android M without any problems GCC LG H960A from UAE mad... moreModel # LG-H960A
Made in Korea.
I have tried all possobilities but still no marshmallow update yet in saudi arabia.
I tried to update through lg bridge also but its also showing "you are using the latest software version for current os".
Yesterday i have gone through mylgphones.com to check if any fitmware is available so that i can update it manually but unfortunately its not available for my phone version.
bro i already have the device running android M without any problems GCC LG H960A from UAE made in korea what is your model and made in ?
I bought lg v10 couple of days back from jarir bookstore in riyadh ,saudi arabia.
My v10 is still running on lollipop ...surprize to see that.
Anyways do any one have any idea when lg could release marshmallow for gcc countries.
I have realise that battery backup is not that great on lollipop and i hope lg shall fix this priblem with marshmallow update.
Im hardly getting screen on time around 3 hours with wifi/lte continuous on.
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.Bootloop issue in LG can be fixed. Get a new battery
Ana, 17 Aug 2016can you please explain to me the VERSIONS above about LG V10, What version should i buy?? beca... morebuy korean variant. You will not experience bootloop. All you have to do is, root the unit and install link2sd to uninstall korean apps.
Loveforever, 05 Sep 2016Non of the three have bootloop problem, now choice is yours, but I will go for V10 Have a ni... moreThanks for the feedback, do you think a V10 would last longer than OP3 on minimal usage?
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
Have a nice day
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.