Sterben, 07 Sep 2016Why? When did the 820 become hexa? Octa? I don't know..but u can see specification of lg v20....
Sam, 07 Sep 2016Please check specs, not 5.2 but 5.7 inches! :)Please understand my comment first :P
Enyceckk, 07 Sep 20163 dislike from me..
No hard back, menu, and home button
Camera looks bad.... more3200mah hmmm okay as long as there is a quick charging
Its possible battery endurance maybe 70 to 80 hrs...
What about 4x4 MIMO, 256 QAM DL & 64 QAM UL, 3 Carrier Aggregation (3CC) support?
Sam9teen, 07 Sep 2016Ha ha ha lets see what sales numbers have to say after 3 months :DI think unless they include a spare battery and a charger that can charge without the phone and a wireless charging backplate they will be pretty dismal. It is like they wanted this phone to fail. They scheduled the release hours before the iPhone so all press headlines would be wiped out quickly. They didn't bother to correct the rumored battery size and the rumored 4000mah battery is what had a LOT of people interested in this phone.
So Cool Design and Features! Currently using SAMSUNG Notes 3, I will replace it with G20.
Specs Are Wonderful
But I can't understand why it should be more like G5 instead of V10 :(((
V10 design was like a diamond
unknown, 07 Sep 2016Yes it nothing compared to them it is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay betterHa ha ha lets see what sales numbers have to say after 3 months :D
DevilDroid, 07 Sep 20165.2Inch?! Why you dont buy G5.Please check specs, not 5.2 but 5.7 inches! :)
UMESH, 07 Sep 2016battry is too low. it shoud be 4000 mahI agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - people that have cell phones!
Great phone. Waiting for the launch. Currently using Samsung s4. The phone lags. Looking to replace it with a better phone with removable battery. My friend is using g3. Very nice. No lags.
diablo2424, 07 Sep 2016"MIL-STD-810 addresses a broad range of environmental conditions that include: low pressure fo... moreIngress protection deals with resistance to water spills and drops etc. Also to dust resistance. So there's a difference.
"MIL-STD-810 addresses a broad range of environmental conditions that include: low pressure for altitude testing; exposure to high and low temperatures plus temperature shock (both operating and in storage); rain (including wind blown and freezing rain); humidity, fungus, salt fog for rust testing; sand and dust exposure; explosive atmosphere; leakage; acceleration; shock and transport shock; gunfire vibration; and random vibration. "
This means the phone has somewhat of an IP-xx rating as well, no? If it's MIL-STD-810G certified, it must not allowing wind blown rain in, which would at least give it an IP-57 rating, no?