Anonymous, 17 Jun 2017S7 Edge is about 50% faster in multi core (geekbench), much better battery (gsmarena tests), c... moreNot the guy you replied to but, benchmark tests aren't the end all be all for these, it still entirely depends on the user of the phone on how far he's gonna take the phones uses. Besides, unless you're a photography buff you aren't gonna bother(mostly) with the faster processor, seeing as how you almost can't tell the difference between the SD 6xx series and the 8xx series in real world use.
No interest. Got a second G5 for the same price and made another $100 profit for selling it. The problem isn't the G6 but more of the network. T-Mobile offers cheaper plans. Verizon has the best network.
I already have my dream team of phones with the S7 edge being my weakest link. I'm cool with my Pixel (Verizon) & V20 (T-Mobile) duo. My G5 is my multimedia device for mostly stuff offline. My Moto E 4G and iPhone SE is for maps. The S7 edge is for VR, swimming, and porno.
Pretty much done with phones for the next few years. I shouldn't even be visiting this site anymore to be tempted.
Is it possible to get the G6, plus cash from LG & free LTE data services from the network carriers too? Yeah!
It sounds definitely an excellent deal (for all those eligible). But unfortunately in my country it just doesn't exist an offer of this caliber.
AnonD-234961, 17 Jun 2017Actually the G6 price is only $120: $5 per month for 2 years means exactly this: $120. You do ... moreS7 Edge is about 50% faster in multi core (geekbench), much better battery (gsmarena tests), camera (dxo mark), screen (display mate), aspect ratio, fingerprint placement.
There is basically nothing that LG G6 does not lose, it's incredible how dissimilar those phones are. I don't know where you get your information, I'm shocked
thats afree g6 ... i would get one if i could no matter how bad the network is ... maybe only use it on wifi hhhhh
Anonymous, 17 Jun 2017Finally the right price for the right phone. This year's LG was decidedly a midranger. $5 per ... moreActually the G6 price is only $120: $5 per month for 2 years means exactly this: $120. You do not pay anything upfront.
And the G6 is a midranger in the same way the S7 Edge is a midranger, only the G6 has a more powerful chip :) See how stupid the "midranger" term is for the G6 ? Actually the G6 is a revolutionary phone that pioneered mass production of small-bezel phones. Its design was commended by the best designers, it's probably the best looking phone on the market right now.
Finally the right price for the right phone. This year's LG was decidedly a midranger. $5 per month over 2 years is $120 + $120 for the phone an acceptable $240.
LG G6 was a farcry from last year's G5 which was loaded w features to the brim. G6 mostly had less of anything and a gimmicky aspect ratio (which made the phone less wide, therefore I include that to the "less" category).
BTW unlike what the report implies this is not a very good deal. The much better G5 can be had for a tiny more (as low as $300) and it's a quite better phone.
Gods what a roller coaster 2017 was. After both Korean companies deciding to make a worse phone than last year, Sony basically giving up and the Chinese dominating on both specs and prices we have to start thinking for how much more would the traditional companies be dominant. They typically last a decade, we're nearing end of life for most of the traditional players. LG already pulled a Seppuku ... We'd see about the rest...