Anonymous, 16 Jun 2019Burn in shows up even if you have filter apps when you pull down notification bars on Oreo bec... moreI'd like to add that if you are still getting residual image retention despite using Blue light filter app, you may need to adjust/increase the intensity to 3% (or highe) and/or increase screen dim to 5% (or higher). The higher settings are applicable to V20 units with very strong/severe image retention.
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2019You won't notice much difference if the external loudspeaker is a low powered or small one wit... moreThank you so much for your clear information. Since long time I use H /K 'Onyx Studio' (Bluetooth and an unit with wire capability) and a DOSS 'Soundbox XL'., and I'm relatively satisfied with source of Deezer Music that I presume isn't FLAC.
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2019Burn in shows up even if you have filter apps when you pull down notification bars on Oreo bec... moreWould just like to clarify. Burn ins are permanent and you rarely see them in LCDs, not like in P-oled or Amoled where they are always given. Temporary Screen retention, ghosting or image retention however, happens with both types of displays (oled based or LCD). With LCD displays, they go away (temporary) but with Amoleds/P-oleds, they always progress to more serious permanent burn-ins.
noobmaster69, 17 Jun 2019I know aperture effect on how the light gets to the inside. But which aperture is best for the... moreIn low light, F/1.9 on the V20 will give you the advantage of faster shutter speeds or being able to use lower ISO's (which means less noisy photos in low light situations) than what the G6's F2.2 aperture can give you.
In bright daylight, there's not much difference between the G6's F2. 2 aperture vs. the V20's F1.9 aperture other than slightly greater background blurring/bokeh/portrait effect on the V20 than on the G6.
If you are asking which of the two offers a better selfie camera, then it's the V20 over the G6. However, I wouldn't recommend both if you are a heavy selfie user. 5 megapixels, fixed focus selfie cameras without optical image stabilization on both the V20 and the G6 render them rather limited for selfie photo capture. I'd recommend selfie specialist phones instead.
Things to look for in a very good selfie camera phone: large aperture (F/1.8 or larger), 10 megapixels or higher for better image resolution and better images even when cropped/digitally zoomed, autofocus capability (not fixed focus), optical image stabilization, and ultrawide capability (to get more people in the photo even without using a selfie stick or panoramic stitching). Dual selfie cameras (one ultrawide and the other a regular wide one) would be ideal for more photographic selfie flexibility.
Rimac , 18 Jun 2019Someone knows why switching from Bluetooth to wired I doesn't appreciate change in the sound q... moreYou won't notice much difference if the external loudspeaker is a low powered or small one with no deep bass reproduction capability. Wired connection is for audiophile grade equipment that can reproduce a sufficiently flat frequency response from 20Hz to 20kHz with minimal total harmonic distortion (less than 1% THD).
Small Bluetooth equipped loudspeakers are not able to reproduce the complete audible audio spectrum with sufficient quality, and so, you may never hear the difference between wired and wireless connection.
Also, the music/source audio should never be mp3 or some other low quality source. The music/audio material needs to be audiophile grade: one with lossless compression (like FLAC, ALAC, WMA lossless) and ideally, mastered higher than a CDs' 44.1kHz 16 bit sampling. Preferably at least at 96kHz 24 bit, up to 192kHz 24bit.
Someone knows why switching from Bluetooth to wired I doesn't appreciate change in the sound quality of the loudspeaker ?
noobmaster69, 17 Jun 2019I know aperture effect on how the light gets to the inside. But which aperture is best for the... morein a photography standpoint, it depends on how you want the result to be. bigger aperture(Smaller number EX. f1.8) results in a brighter image and a more blurry background, smaller aperture (Bigger number EX. f8.0) results in a sharper image, more details in the background but would not be helpful if there aren't plenty of lights.
but for phone cameras specially in daylight, it does not really matter since the camera app can just compensate the shutter speed and ISO even if the aperture is fixed to.. lets say f1.9 to get the proper exposure
noobmaster69, 17 Jun 2019Hey dude, you just back from the endgame ^-^ ok then, i was confused from choosing between ... moreI know aperture effect on how the light gets to the inside. But which aperture is best for the daily light situation?
Thor, 17 Jun 2019NoHey dude, you just back from the endgame ^-^
ok then, i was confused from choosing between the LG v20 and LG G6. I see the spec that told the front facing G6 camera has a F/2.2 aperture instead the F/1.9 on the v20. Which is the best for ya?
GG, 13 Jun 2019There i android update 8.0The update's existence does not guarantee that an old phone will be able to run it with any decent speed...
i am using at&t model oreo outside usa. network or internet (4g drop to e) keeps losing signal and searching, happens quite often but only for a few seconds. its not sim card problem, i tried another phone, no issue, signal never lost. i tried a few settings in the *#*#4363#*#* but no avail. anyone have this issue and manage to solve?
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2019Yes, for those who want an alternative to the V20, and want almost all features that made the ... moreDoes Asus compete with LG when it comes to customer abandonment?
First Nougat phone out of the box. Only a few updated to Oreo and will NEVER ever see Pie.
And now, a totally glued in battery on the Lg G8 ThinQ.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2019The V20 also has one of the lowest SAR values (very well below maximum safe level). The scree... moreBurn in shows up even if you have filter apps when you pull down notification bars on Oreo because google changed something. And on the button at the bottom as well.
Only there and disappears afterwards. Still annoying.
noobmaster69, 10 Jun 2019Hey man, i heard a rumors that tells the H990DS model of this phone can't get the oreo update.... moreBoth True and False. True because many H990DS V20 variants never got updated to Oreo: They launched with Nougat and will most likely die with Nougat. False because other H990DS V20 variants got Oreo last year. Whether or not your V20 gets updated to Oreo depends on whic H990DS regional variant you have.