Anonymous, 17 Feb 2017From t-mobile. The first wave of released I believe. Came with extra battery and charger, and ... moreOh ok. Really liked the v10 but it is sought of outdated now. The manual video settings caught my eye. Might go for the g5 or International v10, hoping wont have bootloop.
01kevin, 17 Feb 2017Which v10 you bought an unlocked one or at&t /tmobile?From t-mobile. The first wave of released I believe. Came with extra battery and charger, and 200gb of microSd. Really a great deal as oppose to LG V20. They jacked up the price, money over quality.
Geekbench is only useful in tracking new devices and that's about it. For benchmarking? Nah, such a worthless app. It can't even consistently reproduce the same or similar results on the same phone.
Really liked the LG V10. Though it died on me last Monday due to bootloop issue. Only used it for less than a year and a half. With the bootloop issue on every LG phones, it can't be considered durable, hence not highend.
I wonder 'tho' which two phones they'll be 'tho'....'tho' I also wonder if high end and LG can be mentioned in the same sentence lol
ProJames, 16 Feb 2017"Tho new high-end LG smartphones" "the LG G6 will be using the Snapdragon 821 chipg" I under... moreYeah. Sitting on high horses and not giving a sub-par attempts about they pass on.
Last year the release in other markets, like the US, was just a couple days after the S. Korea release.
Makes no sense to delay the release in other markets by over a month if they are to use the 821, unless they aren't using the 821
I guess that means LG is putting all it's trademarked G6 names to use.....