grizzle, 31 Aug 2017I appreciate you providing a list of phones that have an IR blaster. I don't appreciate you t... morebut he wasnt whining, he was stating a list of phones. you are the only one whining here and hes telling you (or whining to you, not the phone specifically like you are) to get lost
I've just been reading that it also has LTE Bands 71(600MHz) and 66. At least on whatever variant T-Mobile will be selling.
[deleted post]Let's wait for the camera test results. This phone has 16 Mp with an F 1.6 and a glass (not plastic) lens which allows more light to pass through. Give it benefit of doubt until we see camera sample pictures. To criticism now is too early.
best phone ever only need a notification slider for mute, vibrate or sound
every phone needs this slider infact to turn the positions as you are going to meeting, dr office, sleep, doing things, masjid to pray or anything
siminum, 31 Aug 2017the only devices with a IR port in 2017 are: Xiaomi Redmi 4a Xiaomi Redmi 4X Xi... moreYou are right Siminum, why switch from from 20 to the 30, sadly i am not a fan of the LCD screen, id always think Amoled is the best screen and the 20 is still LCD. 30 is gorgeous! one of the only devices that i know that is really great and has an IR blaster is the Mate 9 pro. amoled. QHD dual camera.. sadly it is expensive, pre owned units are at $540, brandnew is at 690 to 890. I think its an early 2017 device. So I tried to research and i found out there is such a thing as universal headphone jack IR blaster but most of them are for IOS, i hope they make something really compatible with Android. So many other phones coming out ..It is still exciting.. Mi mix 2, Iphone 7s, 8, Google Pixel 2, mate 10 10 pro.
I agree big mistake taken out the ir blaster and fm radio that set them apart from the other phones. I removable battery is also a big issue . I quess my next phone will not be lg sad .
siminum, 31 Aug 2017here you go.. the only devices with a IR port in 2017 are: Xiaomi Redmi 4a Xiaomi Redmi 4X ... moreI appreciate you providing a list of phones that have an IR blaster. I don't appreciate you thinking I can't share my opinion of the LGV30 on the gsmarena page for the LGV30. If you don't want to hear it, go to another webpage and quit whining.
Nice list. lol But i thing its not what you call whinining. This is supposed to be a comment section. He can say whatever he want to say. I would agree though, with phones reaching astronimical prices, i just wonder why big companies would remove these little features, it is very useful and it makes the user experience better. Just saying. IMO. 👽
grizzle, 31 Aug 2017Complete bs. No IR blaster, and a non-removable battery. I've praised LG for years despite ... moreIs that ALL you have to say before calling it BS? A nonessential component that no one uses because you can control smart TV's with remote apps?
I can agree with the battery (somewhat)...unless they do a teardown and it's found to be replaceable even if you void what should be an expired warranty (should last more than 6 years, yeah?)
grizzle, 31 Aug 2017Complete bs. No IR blaster, and a non-removable battery. I've praised LG for years despite ... morehere you go..
the only devices with a IR port in 2017 are:
Xiaomi Redmi 4a
Xiaomi Redmi 4X
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X
Huawei P10 Plus
Xiaomi Mi 6
Huawei Honor 8 Pro
Huawei Honor 9
ZTE Nubia Z17
LeEco Le Pro 3 Elite
best to keep away from LG, Samsung, Sony, HTC, Apple, Nokia...they don't produce phones for your own pleasure...they give the world best products. Select your device from the list above and stop whining here
possible sensors: main IMX371 16 MP 1.0 (pixel size)!!!!!!!!!?????!!!!!!!
2nd IMX258 13 MP (1/3.06") 1.12 (pixel size) same as G6
Selfie cam is not up to mark aa it is a flagship grade smartphone, ram I was expecting is 6gb for flagship handset. Rest is good
Complete bs. No IR blaster, and a non-removable battery. I've praised LG for years despite being on my 3rd LGG4 due to bootloop. I need an IR blaster. I use it literally every single day to control a multitude of electronics. I also very much prefer a removable battery because then you aren't tethered to an outlet like every other person. Just buy a replacement, go from 0% to 100% power, and charge the backup while you are blissfully not attached to the wall. Too much technology is focused on future crap that isn't incorporated into our daily lives yet. IR blasters, 3.5mm headphone jacks, and removable batteries help bridge the gap between old technology still in use and newer ideas. Needless to say, I'm disappointed...