Shaun Moroz, 14 Feb 2017Reliability? LG? LOL These words can't be put together.Oh they are reliable alright. Rest assured the battery will be unnecessarily small. You can rely on that!
Lucaat, 14 Feb 2017At least they are easy and cheap to repair! Which will probably change with the G6.Easy and cheap to repair? Not at all. The LG V20's camera glass cracks easily and you can't even buy a replacement camera glass. You have to send your phone to LG service and the camera glass repair costs $80-$100 and it takes 2 weeks.
Bootloop, shattergate. This is the LG "quality".
I would rather get kicked in the balls 1000 times than buy a phone with non-removable battery.
At least they are easy and cheap to repair! Which will probably change with the G6.
i had 4 lg flaghships lg g2 memory issues..lg g3 antenna reception issues..lg g4 bootloops lg g5 bootloop...erm i ll pass...i had sony z5 really good phone camera not so much...i went back to samsung...but i might try huawei in the future esp the mate 9 or pro looks good.
When koreans seem a lot worse than chinese use to be and when all the punch lines and phrases are the main event not the product itself, then its a guaranteed lg or samsung mobile i guess the only difference apple makes to the marketing dilemma is how without them the world would no more function correctly haha oems acting like btchz
I would arrive a purchase decision on this one (or any other phone) after checking below items one by one:
-Successfull Gsmarena review with good battery performance? Check
-High iFixit score? Check
-Good user reports with no bootlooping issue? Check
-Good durability and reliability seen on Youtube reviews? Check
So, this year I will buy a G6, S8 or Nokia flagship. A little bit longer chin, use of SD821 doesn't have a big impact on my decision (after all these are all very quick phones; are we making finite element analysis research with this phone? ).
BUT, reliability is of highest concern. If it is spelled so much, this phone is on top of my list. But I have to check my list one by one ;)
All talk and jabs, can't do anything original. Just copy samsung is he key to their success.
JackTheIPhoneKiller, 14 Feb 2017Why do I have such a strong feeling that LG is going to launch a rehashed version of G6 with S... moreBecause you don't know how bad LG is when taking such decisions. It's obvious and logical that they should launch a rehashed G6 in June, but as much as I know LG, it won't happen. Still hope that someone says them
Why do I have such a strong feeling that LG is going to launch a rehashed version of G6 with Snapdragon 835 in July/August this year?
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017My Galaxy S3 lives longer (4yrs) than my LG G3 (2.5yrs). Enough said.Anonymous comment, enough said.
My Galaxy S3 lives longer (4yrs) than my LG G3 (2.5yrs). Enough said.
talking about reliability while leaving a lot of bootloop issues behind doesn't sound convincing
Like a G6 :v, 14 Feb 2017Bootloop people are coming... brace yourself :v lolLooks like you got what you expected haha.
Really LG? So no more "bootloop" thing? I heard the same thing about the V10 and the 5x... but still those also suffer the bootloop problem.