I'm starting to prefer my V20 over all my other phones. My G5 suffers from bad image retention. The ghosting effect is so apparent since I use a grayish lockscreen/homescreen. It goes away sometimes and then returns. Annoying af!
My V20 is using this black theme. It looks stealth since the phone is titan grey (looks more like the matte black iPhone 7 Plus). Again, just my go-to phone for everything including taking photos and media player. I generally watch Silicon Valley Season 4 on it with no qualms. And typing is a breeze. I try typing on my iPhone SE and it just seems pathetic. Only used that for light browsing.
V20 might be my new #1. Ability to lower camera resolution, longer battery life and far better screen without image retention which my G5 suffers from badly as of late. Only issue is speaker is a little softer and bulky. But for a phablet lover, it is close to the perfect Android phablet there is especially if the V30 goes all glass and removable battery is gone for good.
I am a heavy phone user who plays games like Clash Royale and Clash of Clans, does a lot of web browsing, both on data and on Wifi, frequently uses Snapchat and Instagram, and watches Youtube videos. My LG V10 recently died out on me, with the Wifi not working, extensive overheating, and a waist high drop that killed the digitizer. Looking for a replacement phone that has good battery life for a power user. Should I get the S7 Edge or the LG V20. Thanks in advance.
For me its my next phone because i like music and with 4 DACs!!!!!
its the best!!!
LGCS, 30 Jun 2017Thank you for the positive feedback with our phone. I'm proud working with LG as a Customer Se... moreHello,as a customer care,have you ever got the case where the phone dialer didn't had a video call icon?My LG V20 h990ds korean version does not have it.thanx
I am very much waiting for the V30 I see it being the most beautiful and powerful functions filled phone 2017, haha!
AnonD-516511, 01 Jul 2017Over the years I have owned a varety of phones from a number of different manfacturers, so I a... moreI agree with your post and my votes are to what the V serie don't loss the features that make it different.
LGCS, 30 Jun 2017Thank you for the positive feedback with our phone. I'm proud working with LG as a Customer Se... moreOver the years I have owned a varety of phones from a number of different manfacturers, so I am no "fan boy" by any means. I can not afford to purchase a new phone every year or two years, so a swappable battery has always been top of my must have features. It just so happens that my last three phones have been LG models: Leon, LG4 and now the V20. I have had no problems with any of these products and all are up and running. The combination of the price drop after the introduction of the G6 and the variety of features this phone offers made the V20 irresistable and I had to buy one. It has delivered on all fronts, from the clarity of calls to the quality of photos/videos. I hope LG continues to hold on to the features that attracted its customers and not fall into the game of follow the Iphone.
After many calculations of best mobile device I decided to buy lg v20,now i satisfied 100% by its performance,it's really handsome device,but only one thing I notice it's external cover not available or expensive,lg company should give one cover with device.
I study many sites for mobile finaly i got LG v20 everything good except snapshot not taking with back switch and specialty sound quality jabardast
Savor , 26 Jun 2017Don't listen to the haters who have Samsung and Apple. V20 is one of the best I ever had.. Man... moreThank you for the positive feedback with our phone. I'm proud working with LG as a Customer Service.
Kreid , 25 Jun 2017If you need a phone with top quality audio recording, high levels both, photo & video, to ... moreThanks Kreid for your reply.
IÂ’m concerned about the performance (how fast and smooth to use) and the durability of the device, I canÂ’t buy expensive device every 1-2 years. I will go with Huawei P10 and I hope it will stay with me for 3-4 years at least.
Kreid , 27 Jun 2017I've a discordance about screen brightness. My LG G4 usually at 75 % are equated with the V20 ... moreThat's interesting because even if you check gsmarenas reviews for both phones the g4 is brighter at 100% @ 532 nits vs the v20 @ 475 nits.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2017I just want people to be more honest and upfront. Everyone always thinks their phone is the b... moreI've a discordance about screen brightness. My LG G4 usually at 75 % are equated with the V20 from factory at 56 %.
Yeah, 26 Jun 2017Yeah...didn't sell well just because negative comments (yours is leaning that way too) on it (... moreI just want people to be more honest and upfront. Everyone always thinks their phone is the best. I like everything about the v20 but two things 1) the design/appearance is quite unattractive especially when put beside say a s7 edge and 2) the screen at 100% looks great but dims fast even at 80% it was looking a little dimmer than what I wanted. My old g4 screen was set to 55% and looked brighter than the v20 at 80% but maybe that's just me.
Everything else about the v20 is great. All phones have their pros and cons I dunno why some people think their phones are all pros and no cons. I really wanted to buy one but couldn't get past it's looks.
Anonymous, 26 Jun 2017Actually I have handled a real v20 and still came to the conclusion that it's ugly because we'... moreYeah...didn't sell well just because negative comments (yours is leaning that way too) on it (lg g4 bootloop certainly added much to it).Despite all the trash talk,I bought one and am really glad I didn't listen to all the lies about it.Btw,you either never owned the phone or simply telling lies because it 100% is not ugly...
Cungalunga, 25 Jun 2017Ok,I got mine 2 days ago.I was a bit afraid that it will have some kind of flow right out of t... moreDon't listen to the haters who have Samsung and Apple. V20 is one of the best I ever had.. Many people glance at my phone because the camera hump might be ugly but unique. They can also see my name + LG V20 with my native country's flag on that second screen.
My only issues with it is the speaker is weak if compared to my G5. And my 64gb Samsung microSD got corrupted but that could the card's fault. I trust LG alot more these days than I do Samsung. Just avoid the bootlooping LGs released in 2015 including the Nexus 5X and life will be good.
I would take the V20 any day of the week over the iPhone 7 Plus. Next to the G5, the last flagships to offer removable battery. My V20 does have noticeably better battery life than my G5. It's really my workhorse phone and Wi-Fi hotspot for my T-Mobile One plan.