LOL LG talking about relaibility, i'm using a V20 and i like it, but i told a risk, LG have horrible reliability with their phones since forever, i expect my V20 to become a LG brick in any giving moment, some ppl already reported such issue.
i am a victim of lg bootloops with no support from their authorized services. no matter how many times they say reliability... i no longer trust them!
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017Goin' for Huawei. Keep in mind that the resale value is shitty. Tsk. Tsk. Tsk.generally android phones re sale was never as good as apple.but its only a thought about tryin huawei.im happy with my samsung so far.
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017Get ready to start buying mid/low range phones then. All Big name flagships have adopted the i... more"because of the all metal or glass premium designs."
Only primitive people prefer that design concept over common sense (functionality and usefulness) like removable battery. Those people got brainwashed by the marketing and don't care about planned obsolescence (batteries have short lifespan and you can't replace them). All they care about is fashion phone design and status symbol.
The manufacturers at least should make a Pro variant of their flagships that has removable battery for smart/power users.
mir, 14 Feb 2017Inb4 the bootloop issue starts again.Man we had 3 LG smartphone in our household (LG G2, LG G2 mini and LG G3) and never had any bootloop issues. In fact all 3 smartphones performed formidably. I have slapped Lineage on all 3 of them and donated to my relatives. Their feed back: all 3 phone perform formidably....
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017All talk and jabs, can't do anything original. Just copy samsung is he key to their success. LG was the first to make a phone with an extremely high screen-to-body aspect ratio, it's more like a return to form for them
AnonD-632062, 14 Feb 2017Next Generation Phone with last generation's chipset? Hmm, still keeping my fingers crossed fo... moreOh, LG knows that people will want the newest gen. processor, they'll almost definitely release a second version of the G6 with the 835 in April/June. But until we know for sure, keep your fingers crossed
The comparison between bootloop issues (software bug) with explosive batteries (safety concern) is extremely ridiculous. Are you sure you are informing us in an independent way? With such opinions, i doubt it.
taz-chaz, 14 Feb 2017i had 4 lg flaghships lg g2 memory issues..lg g3 antenna reception issues..lg g4 bootloops lg ... moreGoin' for Huawei. Keep in mind that the resale value is shitty. Tsk. Tsk. Tsk.
JackTheIPhoneKiller, 14 Feb 2017Why do I have such a strong feeling that LG is going to launch a rehashed version of G6 with S... moreThey will mate. They have to.
It'll be like the OnePlus 3T with a slightly higher price tag than the original 3.
Here's to hoping they are smart enough to do this if they release the G6 with SD 820/821.
Next Generation Phone with last generation's chipset? Hmm, still keeping my fingers crossed for SD 835 (miracles do happen, right?).
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017I would rather get kicked in the balls 1000 times than buy a phone with non-removable battery.Get ready to start buying mid/low range phones then. All Big name flagships have adopted the internal battery because of the all metal or glass premium designs.