Anonymous, 29 Mar 2018Also check out gsmarena's specs page for the AT&T H910 version of the LG V20:
https://www... moreHere's the specs sheet for the unlocked H990DS (dual sim) version of the LG V20 from gsmarena:
You can use the link above to compare with the locked AT&T H910 version:
Anonymous, 29 Mar 2018Check out this link/xda thread:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/v20/help/lg-v20-fm-radio-t34... moreAlso check out gsmarena's specs page for the AT&T H910 version of the LG V20:
kcw, 26 Mar 2018What about ATT910? Its the cheapest. What's the difference of this model with others? Check out this link/xda thread:
antitronic, 27 Mar 2018it is not a waste of money, YOU WASTED YOUR MONEY, you are the one who droped the phone in wat... moreThis is not limited to it being waterproof or not but actually everyone who drops their phone and it breaks always seems to blame the manufacture for not making it durable enough.
If you drop your v20 and it breaks do you blame yourself or LG? Just because it has the "mil spec" drop and impact resistance doesn't give you reason to blame them as the phone can still break from being dropped. It's a buzz word more than anything and their warranty does not back it up, either.
Icoychaps, 24 Mar 2018I just had my LG V20 accidentally dropped from a pail of water. After taking precautions to dr... moreit is not a waste of money, YOU WASTED YOUR MONEY, you are the one who droped the phone in water and that phone is not supossed to be water resistant, so is not LG's fault, it is YOUR fault
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2018So if a removable battery is the most important feature tell me captain genius what is your ne... moreOnce the V20 dies and no other flagship phone successor has removable battery feature anymore, the next best thing one can have is buy a phone with AT LEAST 4000mAh capacity or higher (ideally 5000mAh+). Bigger battery capacities means phones used heavily by heavy users don't get to deep discharge levels/low battery levels at the end of the day before one recharges the phone (
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2018So if a removable battery is the most important feature tell me captain genius what is your ne... moreDon't worry about this matter, good man.
The finance being are of your side.
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2018That's the point that I also keep saying. Most people never expose their phones to water. Ther... moreSo if a removable battery is the most important feature tell me captain genius what is your next phone going to be?
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2018View it as you want ('warped' answer) but like it or not, it's the truth. It's a reminder to f... moreThat's the point that I also keep saying. Most people never expose their phones to water. There is very little chance for a phone to get water damage. On the other hand, all batteries degrade over time. So let's assume you have 0.1% chance of water damage, 10% chance of screen damage from drops, but you have 100% chance that your battery will fail, deteriorate, won't hold a charge anymore sometime in the near future (in other words it's guaranteed to happen).
So that's why the removable battery is the most important feature in a phone. Especially since 2016, Snapdragon 820, f1.8 camera aperture and Android 7, flagship smartphones are enough fast and have enough good camera, so they're futureproof and don't need to replace them for many years. (Except if your phone has non-removable battery which will force you to buy a new phone.) Phone manufacturers know this. Not surprised that this is the era since when no phone manufacturers make phones with removable battery anymore. What a "coincidence"...
The useless design changes like curved edge screen, 18:9 screen, notch, ... are all created just to manipulate people to think/feel their current phone is obsoleted so they will buy new phones. Because manufacturers can't offer enough big technical improvements from year to year. And even if they could, people wouldn't feel the difference (most people are light users, but even a heavy gamer can tell that a Snapdragon 820 phone can run demanding games perfectly.)
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2018Almost all V20 models have FM radio. I've read the Verizon model (VS995) and other unlocked V... moreWhat about ATT910? Its the cheapest. What's the difference of this model with others?
kcw, 26 Mar 2018does all lg v20 models have FM ?Almost all V20 models have FM radio. I've read the Verizon model (VS995) and other unlocked VS995 V20's don't have FM radio.
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2018Remember your "drop resistance" may prove no better than the odd time phones with water resist... moreThat's what I like about the V20 never mind if the bezels are 'old fashioned'. It helps with drop resistance. Now if a phone survives a drop without screen damage, chances are, its water resistant seals and battery may suffer damage (battery leaks or becomes swollen). I'm glad the V20 has removable battery option. If battery gets damaged from a drop, I'll just replace it with any of my spare batteries. They only cost $10-$15 anyway.
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2018View it as you want ('warped' answer) but like it or not, it's the truth. It's a reminder to f... moreRemember your "drop resistance" may prove no better than the odd time phones with water resistance get wet and fail. Your phone may take a relatively small fall and just because of the dynamics of how it hit the ground still brake or end up with a cracked screen.
Most phones can take a fall, anyways. It's not like manufactures don't drop test their own phones in the development phase. It's the screens that are most likely to crack, and the v20s screen is protected by the huge bezels more than anything.
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2018Lol you have such a warped answer for everything. While you provide an instance of a Sony pho... moreView it as you want ('warped' answer) but like it or not, it's the truth. It's a reminder to folks with ip68 phones not to test the waterproof 'feature' of their phones by internationally taking a shower with it or go swimming with it. I'm not saying waterproofing as a feature is useless. It's nice to have but it is highly overrated. Between a waterproof phone with sealed battery and wireless charging and a non waterproof one with removable battery and drop resistance, I'll choose the removable battery phone with drop resistance anytime. More phones die from drops and dead batteries than from water damage.
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2018Any phone is a total waste of money if you mishandle it or abuse it. That includes dropping an... moreLol you have such a warped answer for everything. While you provide an instance of a Sony phone still suffering from water damage, chances are If the OP's phone was waterproof it'd still be working but this is the tradeoff of having a phone with a removable back cover.
Icoychaps, 24 Mar 2018I just had my LG V20 accidentally dropped from a pail of water. After taking precautions to dr... moreAny phone is a total waste of money if you mishandle it or abuse it. That includes dropping and water damage. It's not exclusive to the V20 mind you. Even a friend's supposedly waterproof Sony Xperia XZ premium got damaged from water droplets condensing in the phone screen when he used his phone while in the shower.
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2018Now you get it. :) I don't care if you consider your sealed battery phone with no dedicated s... moreFor the record I don't go around saying my phone is the best because that would make me quite the hypocrit. I also don't think my phone is the best, either.
As I said before my last two phones had a removable battery and guess what I never had to remove them or replace them for the 18 to 24 months i used each one. They also both had ir blasters, again, didnt ever really use it other than to show some friends. I only listen to the radio while Im driving so I don't need fm radio on my phone. I care about screen quality, camera, and battery life off one charge.