AnonD-200406, 14 Feb 2016I've got a nexus 6 that supports Quick charge. In the time I've had it it's become sensitive t... moreah, nexus units. "clean android" slow specs. i got note 5 and get it fully charged from 20% to 100% in about 1.2 hour, when gaming or streaming while charging. under an hour when just charging. i even got fast charging powerbank from samsung. so, no problem there. only problem is the high resolution screen, bc no matter what you do, it kills the battery too fast. i have had many phones, and many without removable battery, while never having troubles with the locked in battery.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2016Perfect for you only.. the g2 was quite small, Technology Has Dramatically Changed now the big... moreG2 was the perfect size. So accordingly to your theory in a few years you will be using a seven inch smartphone?
Zenodroid, 12 Feb 2016you havent tried fast charger, that is for sure. do you keep the battery in a bag or so, so no... moreI've got a nexus 6 that supports Quick charge. In the time I've had it it's become sensitive to certain usb cables, not staying connected when jarred from being plugged up 2 to 3 times a day. When my note 3 did this I bought a battery charger and 2 packs. Carrying a spare battery around beats a powerbank and sensitive usb port any day.
Sagittarius, 12 Feb 2016Yea yea. Powerbanks. A portable wall socket. Having a spare battery is still an advantage. ... moreyou havent tried fast charger, that is for sure. do you keep the battery in a bag or so, so no pocket dust and so on gets on it ? or do you carry it in your backpack, with everything else ? i still dont see it as a realistic excuse.
Zenodroid, 10 Feb 2016power banks. we live in 2016, not 2008. there are even power banks that gives you 100% battery... moreYea yea. Powerbanks. A portable wall socket. Having a spare battery is still an advantage.
Imagine using ur phone while it is connected to a powerbank, powerbank will be drained while ur phone is not getting a full charge. Why not, switch batteries and u'll be getting a full charge in a minute and then charging the other battery using the powerbank (if applicable, esp if u'r outdoor).
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2016I agree that the specs are better than Samsung . But why do LG make specs like that only on la... moreFrom a simple reason, all applications for phones, especially ones for the future, will have dimensions between 5 and 6 inches in size.
AnonD-278667, 11 Feb 2016They always have had the chance but their marketing is not that powerful as samsung and apple.... moreIt's true what you say, but never.... say never ....:)
All started and LG will have to upgrade their marketing.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2016Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.What would be false knowledge?
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2016I agree that the specs are better than Samsung . But why do LG make specs like that only on la... morePerfect for you only.. the g2 was quite small, Technology Has Dramatically Changed now the bigger is better wakeup man we need to to have more comfortable devices all the way
AnonD-43988, 11 Feb 2016Battery backup has been my biggest concern regarding the past two LG flagships.
LG G2 had e... moreThank you!
Someone who finally understands, been saying this for forever. but people never see further than their nose reaches.
AnonD-493662, 11 Feb 2016removable battery can do it both with power bank or without power bank if you dont want remo... morei know, i just dont really see why ppl are crying so much about it :P its like crying bc the grass is greener at your nabour than you :P not really a realistic reason to hate a brand, unless its apple :P
AnonD-497110, 11 Feb 2016LG now has a chance to overtake Samsung and Apple with this particular phone model, chapter sa... moreI agree that the specs are better than Samsung . But why do LG make specs like that only on larger phones ? A lot of us like specs but want smaller phones , the g2 size was perfect
So many of this year's flagships will have a lot identical parts. Essentially equals. So really now, it hardly makes a difference which flagship you buy.
Gibby, 11 Feb 2016Well put & I agree.
LG isn't as much overtaking the competition as catching up.
Waterp... moreAnd don't forget the manual video camera mode.
Manual video settings and removable battery are must have.
Battery backup has been my biggest concern regarding the past two LG flagships.
LG G2 had excellent battery life.
LG G3 had a very inefficient screen.
With LG G4, hey fixed the screen issue to a large extent, but the processor turned out to be the battery killer.
Hopefully, this time around, with further improvements in display, much efficient processor and maybe a bump in battery capacity, we will see a vastly improved battery life.
Alien, 11 Feb 2016So it seems that most of the flagships will be the same this year: SD820, 4GB RAM, Adreno 530,... moreWell put & I agree.
LG isn't as much overtaking the competition as catching up.
Waterproofing is a practical addition.
Resistance to drops is high on my list also.
Battery endurance is improving so much that as long as it lasts a full day, I'm happy.
SD card - a bonus.
Good night mode / low light camera - that's top of my 'must have' list.
I saw in my book, which portends the future of magic, only good things about this phone. Will be one of the most desired phones.
Zenodroid, 11 Feb 2016you need to power it off for switch battery. missing messages, cleaning up cache and ram. bleh... moreremovable battery can do it both
with power bank or without power bank
if you dont want removable battery flagship
samsung, sony, htc, xiaomi, apple, etc are already there for you
AnonD-497110, 11 Feb 2016LG now has a chance to overtake Samsung and Apple with this particular phone model, chapter sa... moreThey always have had the chance but their marketing is not that powerful as samsung and apple.thats what is keeping LG from taking them down.