G6 looks good in design from G5 and I think from all G Family. But they(LG) lack in UI department. Their UI is not that much friendly !
Not at all impressed with the G^. In fact it is just a V20 with different screen size.
I do agree with so many others thatLG needs to make a chip of their own. Samsung scewed everyone by limiting the production of the SD835.
So there is no excitement about a revamped V20 (Lg G6). I hope Samsungs phones blow up again (without injury to anyone).
Sales will be horrible for LG again.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2017Removable battery is a must!You can still choose g5, v20...
How can you ask this kind of questions when we dont even know the spec of G6 for sure??
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2017Removable battery is a must!well , you can remove the battery , forcefully . lmao
I just realized something. Why cheapo lame phones have removable batteries while premium phones haven't? Shouldn't that work the other way around? I mean,you do pay for more, right? And now you get less. How come people let this happened?
AnonD-194758, 29 Jan 2017Love the design we've seen so far, bonus points for looking too much like the LG Arena phone o... moreYou do realize that it's the Galaxy Ax 2014 design,right? Bar the Samsung logo, that's the A. Even the sides! It has slimmer bezels, but that's it.
Someone Else, 29 Jan 2017Removable battery is dead. That is why power-efficient chipset is a must. And btw, all of my s... moreQuick charge 4 is cutting off -what- 10 minutes of what is in fact a 1+ hour process? I don't need it. I had instant recharge.
"More efficient chipset". Yeah, right, those extra 10 minutes of battery life are going to work wonders. Bluetooth 5, again nothing that would matter to most users, UFS 2.1, matters much less than ram amount. Android has a small thing called ram caching which make IO speeds far less relevant.
Aspros, 29 Jan 2017It is completely different. G2 was their best ever, great bezels, great battery and great perf... more*G3 doubled the battery. You could carry a spare. Your fault that you didn't. Also zero charge time (again charging a spare while using the phone), again your fault for not using that competition breaking feature.
So LG G3 is best if it was not for bad camera.
Love the design we've seen so far, bonus points for looking too much like the LG Arena phone of the past! :)
Someone Else, 29 Jan 2017Removable battery is dead. That is why power-efficient chipset is a must. And btw, all of my s... moreYou probably missed the memo. It's very much alive, in non flagships though. The last tools for professionals. Enjoy a computer than only lasts 6 hours a day. Getting a 10% more efficient SoC can only give you 20 more minutes of battery life, if that ... don't kid yourself and don't retell their lies.
mjrmagallanes, 29 Jan 2017Here's to hoping that LG will release a SD835 variant. If it plans to compete with other flags... moreI hope u read some news about sd835 chipsets and the reason why they don't have the lastest chipsets and their 2017 flagship
Here's to hoping that LG will release a SD835 variant. If it plans to compete with other flagships, it MUST use the latest chipset.
It is completely different. G2 was their best ever, great bezels, great battery and great performance. G3 kept the bezels ,improved the looks because of the metal feel but lost battery and performance due to 2k resolution. G4 added leather, worsened the bezels, improved the performance but not the battery, GT also had big G4 bezels, cheap looking plastic, reduced battery capacity and the module idea obviously failed.
Improved camera that was introduced with G4 and hi-fi audio support that was introduced with G3, helped them stay alive, soft UI too, but they really need on more killer feature to make the difference. Ever since the G3, rumors mentioned a poled screen, LG said that they can't produce many and only kept it for special occasions, like the urban watches and g flex series, untill their production lines are ready for mass production. So when they dropped the g flex line, three years later, in a time where every Chinese maker, even the cheapest Lumia phones, Nexus/pixel phones and even the iPhone itself will have OLED displays, will LG finally ever introduce them on the flagship line? I think that would make much more difference than the choice of 821 over 830, because LG has shown in the past that they can have great performance even with a 808, on 2k screens.
G6 dropped plastic, mastered bezels, will prolly improve battery capacity, have great performance anyway, decent sound and camera, competitive price, as always, yet they will still lack that killer feature and have the most indifferent display there is...
All I want is a high-end phone with a removable battery and micro-SD capability. Honestly is that too much to ask for?! LG, I had hoped, was the last bastion but it seems they have fallen to the iPhone-ification of the entire market :(
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2017It's not even 10%. You're thinking gpu performance which is irrelevant.
The rest I don't ev... moreRemovable battery is dead. That is why power-efficient chipset is a must. And btw, all of my statistic is correct.
"The rest I don't even know how they can be relevant to most users."
Dude, did you even read what I type? Did you seriously think that Bluetooth 5.0, UFS 2.1, Quick Charge 4.0,and power saving chipset won't benifit the consumers in any way