Rimac , 21 Sep 2017The traditional Chinese skills are not available here and a last question. Many people are pay... moreIt's ridiculous to think you know better than the manufacturers. There are a lot of pros to having the battery built-in with the only big con is that it's not user swappable. If having the battery built-in is so bad then people wouldn't have bought the phones and manufacturers would have gone back to swappable batteries, but that totally hasn't happened. My last two phones had a removable battery and I was lucky if I could get over 4 hours of screen-on time even when the phones were brand new. My new phone has a larger, built-in battery and I've personally got over 6 hours of screen-on time with it.
I'm like most consumers; I want the longest possible battery life period without carrying a power bank OR extra batteries around with me.
Anonymous, 21 Sep 2017If you really want you can even take phones with non-removable batteries to a repair shop and ... moreThe traditional Chinese skills are not available here and a last question. Many people are paying costly phones through carriers and is disappointing the battery discharge with the phone unpaid.
Rimac , 21 Sep 2017And 6. Around a year and half going all well the fast discharge becomes noticeable, ergo buy a... moreIf you really want you can even take phones with non-removable batteries to a repair shop and have the battery replaced. Depending on the quality and skill of the shop this may compromise the waterproofing but you will have a new battery at least.
I see shops changing non-removable batteries all the time in Hong Kong.
So im assuming you've already bought one or two extra v20's and batteries to last you the next 10 years or you're all talk right? Right. Face it there is a very high chance your next phone won't have a removable battery. Deal with it.
Anonymous, 21 Sep 2017You are so paranoid. The real reason why manufacturers like non-removable batteries are: 1... moreAnd 6. Around a year and half going all well the fast discharge becomes noticeable, ergo buy a new phone.
im think buy a new phone so tell me lg v20 its good or a samsung s6 edge plus .? tell me which phone is better.
Ben tumbling, 20 Sep 2017You wanna know why? Coz this is how business goes! If a person uses a phone that has a non-rem... moreYou are so paranoid. The real reason why manufacturers like non-removable batteries are:
1. It allows them to put a bigger battery in the phone.
2. It allows them to structurally make the phone stronger and thinner.
3. It makes it easier to make the phone waterproof or at least water resistant.
4. Eliminates the extra work of manufacturing and distributing user replaceable batteries.
5. Shuts down counterfeiters. Remember years back the market was flooded with fake Samsung batteries. By making the battery non-removable they are also protecting their customers from buying a fake and potentially dangerous battery.
Most people want maximum battery life than lower battery life but able to swap batteries. You can even see how battery life improved considerably when LG made it non-removable in the G6. And now the V30 also non-removable. Have fun 2 years from now you will be the only person hanging off the train with a phone with a removable battery and huge bezels.
Mike C, 20 Sep 2017You nailed it...phone is second rate and belongs in a third world countryLike Samsung and Apple's iphones?
Inquire LG, 11 Sep 2017I hope LG will release a phone 5.2" and removable battery. Any idea if they will have one? Wh... moreYou wanna know why? Coz this is how business goes! If a person uses a phone that has a non-removable battery, there's a high chance that this person will buy a new phone after a year or two. Why? Coz they won't get the same SOT as what they got when their phone was new. Also, it's not that easy to have the battery replaced esp. when the latest flagship is out. Why? Coz manufacturers will no longer sell you batteries so you'll be forced to buy their new $800 - $1000 phone. They'll probably tell you replacement batteries are out of stock. You see, the difference between the latest flagships and it's predecessors is only huge on paper but not that noticeable in real life usage. With this said, who do you think will buy new flagships if people could just spend $20 on new batteries?
AnonD-695504, 20 Sep 2017Bought this phone couple months ago, and i dont regret my decision at all. The audio, display,... moreSimply link bluetoothically with a highly powered loudspeaker and be ready to listen awesome sound.
Bought this phone couple months ago, and i dont regret my decision at all. The audio, display, performance, camera. Everything is charming as hell.
This Phone is amazing but feels short in one area: GSM reception inside buildings. In comparison, my old Sony Xperia managed this perfectly. As phone feature is my least concern, I can live with it. Improvements area: Unlocking with fingerprint while in charge does not work and they should put a fingerprint reader also in the front, to unlock phone when on a table. Quick charging term is overrated, it is a bit faster but not really quick, but I guess it is the same for all other brands. Sound quality is truely impressive and will put a lot of dedicated Bluetooth speakers to shame. Buy without hesitation for the price if you can live with the above.
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2017I,hate my lg v20. Worst phone I have ever owned. It lags and the battery sucks. Sell it then. The phone is not for inexperienced android users.
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2017I,hate my lg v20. Worst phone I have ever owned. It lags and the battery sucks. You nailed it...phone is second rate and belongs in a third world country
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2017I,hate my lg v20. Worst phone I have ever owned. It lags and the battery sucks. Are u insane making a statement like that. The worst phone. U proba ly a samsung fan that just like nice screens and a camera. And thats about it. This phone is a beast
I,hate my lg v20. Worst phone I have ever owned. It lags and the battery sucks.
Just bought this phone during my trip to South Korea and did not regret my decision even a little bit. Although its 1 year old model but its still powerful. With removable battery, wide angle camera, hifi audio while recording video in full manual....... Simply the best phone ever. I don't even need to connect my powerbank to my phone when the battery is low. Just pop the old ones for the new ones and put the old ones into the cradle to charge with the powerbank so that I don't have to walk around like an idiot with cables dangling around my phone. Its worth the wait for nearly 1 year for me. Loving it to the max!! LG V20 rocks!!!!