Anonymous, 03 Nov 2017Wow so much better than samsung ugly phones its more proportional in size Exactly this Phablet is the beast ! It occupies everything and it's best camera and camera features are just amazing, Note 8 wont be able to comparable to this ! LG V series are always the best and beyond comparison with other Android phones !
Wow so much better than samsung ugly phones its more proportional in size
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2017Non removable battery.. FAIL!! Sticking with my G5 till they listen to consumers again.Chuck it in the bin,g5 the worst phone for me,owned it just for 2 days because of the poor battery life
Still 20% penetrative in world markets, only USA is role model, rest after 2.5 months awaiting and awaiting for now not do attractive cell, prices must be adjusted downward, as has happened with Note 8, LG is lazy failed company, can't handle one model V30 after sales or supply chain!
Time for LG to put more focus upon the front camera as well. The 5mp setup is getting old and the V30 should have upgraded to 8mp or more.
We've always enjoyed the LG flagship primary camera setups and that they use decent sensors beyond just cameras, however, the GPS could use much more attention as well. When it comes to additional sensors we think more is better (so add more please)
It's nice to have a SD835 phone (finally) and let's hope the 2018 lineup of flagships uses the opportunity to launch with 2018 hardware. We're looking forward to the SD845.
LG could also win many points if they bucked the trend of removing the 3.5mm as this engineer (as well as other Mertensia engineers) are still baffled with OEMs creating more of an issue replacing a well developed audio method (and HW) with USB-C.
We travel with various energy inputs, so non-removable power cells aren't an issue despite most of us being power users. Power banks, vehicle adapters and always nearby chargers let us prefer water-resistance to removable power cells (Just our opinions).
Finally, we'd enjoy 8 gigs of RAM as standard for the 2018 flagships and no less than 64gb with 2tb SD and (like some Asus offerings) dedicated dual SIM slots rather than hybrids for the non-US variants.
The only other things else we'd prefer is full LTE Frequency bands to further the quest for eliminating the multi-variant scenario. Doing so might assist with quicker OS updates and upgrades. (we're not the biggest fans of bloated OEM UI's since most 3rd party launchers are simply far better than the OEMs.
Overall we enjoyed the V30 and will enjoy them going forward. Took a bit getting used to the new display but OLED seems to be the future of flagships with 2k+ resolutions. Many of us always liked the LG IPS technology and hope to see 4k OLED in the future.
Non removable battery.. FAIL!! Sticking with my G5 till they listen to consumers again.
Howard C, 01 Nov 2017Colors look horrid below 25% brightness. Colors seem to merge and wash out. You don't talk 🐔
Colors look horrid below 25% brightness. Colors seem to merge and wash out.
Can't understand the delay of supply chain mismanagement, still scarce and expensive in Dubai, no choice of memory or color. Down will LG torch name of Korea. Hopless distribution after 2 months. Samsung has since launched two models S8 N8 both abundance and no crazy fits.
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2017Meh Samsung wannabes Vice versa, but guilt will be more to samsung...
Steffi, 28 Oct 2017Hi, thanks for your kind reply. I had already looked at those phones though but I feel that a... moreIf metal is your choice than try mate10 or if your fine with 2016 flagsship try LG V20
Best Phone Cross the note 8 and dolby sound system is very good but screen
not good overall v. good phone
I love my V30. ItÂ’s superfast with great sound (w headphones) and my display is the best IÂ’ve ever seen. None of the problems IÂ’ve read about. Still have an iPhone 7 Plus but I cannot put down the V30. Maybe after I get the X but it will never run as fast (600mhz),
Like G6 , 26 Oct 2017You mean fake colors?. I mean NO colours...Lol. Poor contrast ratio and vibrancy, dull, washed out colours. The Samsung Amoled just dazzles when you see it!
Karolus, 23 Oct 2017I think I may be able to help you on your dilemma. Most premium phones nowadays are using glas... moreHi,
thanks for your kind reply. I had already looked at those phones though but I feel that anyone of them lacks something compare to my current phone, Lumia 950.
I am really incapable of finding a metal or plastic phone who is equal to or better than that.
I actually liked some Asus models but they have an older processor and os, while the Moto Z series lacked autonomy. I am stuck.
Expected in India around 15th Nov 2017. wireless charger will be there.