Anonymous, 31 Aug 2017The only reason i left samsung for lg was the removable battery and now they're going non remo... moreAnd samsung doesnt have removable battery anymore in flagships and neither does htc or sony or huawei or anyone...
So i guess u wont be buying a smartphone ever again....
AnonD-692700, 31 Aug 2017😎 that's why i asked because the specification says it has but the latest "first-l... morethe 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
If you are happy with your current choice, why would you want to go for the V30? You would keep the IR port, removable battery and also have a FM module. Besides, don't forget the money in your pocket!
siminum, 31 Aug 2017it says so in the specifications....read them!😎 that's why i asked because the specification says it has but the latest "first-look" videos shows otherwise, and thanks to pocketnow star Mr. Rivera, he verified that it was removed. So GSMArena should apdate their website about it. I was absolutely disappointed as that was one feature that I was still a fan of. Keeping my LG V20. Too bad. Hey, thanks for replying but please read statements carefully before saying any blunt responses.
Maze, 31 Aug 2017No removable battery? Bad decision lg! Very bad.On how many flagships have you seen lately a removable battery? Could you please name them?
gizmomp, 31 Aug 2017No infrared port :(Can you read?!?!?!?!?
Comms WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
Infrared port Yes
USB 3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
Anonymous, 31 Aug 2017The only reason i left samsung for lg was the removable battery and now they're going non remo... morewhy do u care so much about non removable battery,for a richboy like you you can change ur device every year
The only reason i left samsung for lg was the removable battery and now they're going non removable on the v30 so i wont be buying it
Why does not a portrait mode or a blur feature?
5 Mp front camera ?!?! WTF LG !!! Are you guys crazy or what ??? So disapointed and mad, this is beyond my understanding, a powerhouse, the most important flagship in the history of LG and they put an outdated mediocre 5 Mp FFC, I was waiting V30 launching to replace my old Galaxy Note 3, but this is so frustrating, I'll not buy anymore, sadly my second choice is Galaxy S8 !
Please let me know about focal length... 16MP 29mm or anything else?
I owned an LG G2 for 3 years and was very happy with it. Now LG V30 is truly the phone that would make me come back to LG again. Great design, great screen, great screen-to-body-ratio, battery is ok (it could have been easily 3.6Ah), dual SIM, dedicated slot for microSD... I'll wait for the price to come down to EUR 500,- and I'll buy it. I hope by then we will have Lineage for this beautiful beast.
Ryan, 31 Aug 2017No FM radio, No replacable battery, Not worth my money. On how many flagships have you seen lately a radio module? 2-3?
On how many flagships have you seen lately a removable battery?
Nowadays it is more important to have IP68 standard than a removable battery. The newer processors can keep the lights on 2-3 days now and also have fast charging capabilities..why would you need a removable battery?
I dont know how and why people think like this. What do you want to do by numbers written on paper. What about real world performance.?
Someone wants a battery bigger than 3300 mah. Why cant we think other way round that my battery should be 2000 mah but it should last me a day or more. Which also points towards light Interface and lag free experience. Some one wants more mega pixels. What if you are able to produce far better quality pics at a lower megapixel count. I dont even know if you people are getting my point but there are companies which were thinking like that earlier and those companies have also lost their way because market demands specs on paper rather than real performance.
apple always has followed this strategy but they also branded and advertised their products in right ways. Motorola was one which had all that going in right direction when they were up with moto x series and then advent of lenovo spoiled it all.
Rather looking for best specs on paper look into real world of needs. This is how it should be looked at -
I need a phone that fits in hand big screen small dimensions
(i phone 8, essential ph1, s8, mi mix, q6, g6, v30 )
but i want lag free experience - lg q6 out of the list now
my preference is android -
i phone 8 out of the list
not too huge in my average hand
mi mix out of the list
features are important but not as important as lagfree and butter smooth experience
(all left are capable but samsung will definitely be slowest in the lot because of heavy features)
v30, essential, g6 (why to go for sd 820 now)
so v30 vs essential
essential makes it further future proof by providing possibility of mods as well just like moto z series so makes highest level of sense.
now consider the probs with this phone and decide whether to go for it or not.
All i mean to say is spec sheet on paper is only for fooling people. I am myself a product designer and i work in the field of gadgets itself. So i suggest to think ahead of what they are showing you.