Anonymous, 03 Aug 2017There is nothing good with having 3.5mm jack. Can't choose your DAC, makes water proofing hard... moremy priority, and probably 99.99997% users out there, is to be able to charge and listen to music at the same, without incurring extra cost. Not much people know what DAC is, let alone customize it
AnonD-558092, 03 Aug 2017You surely don't know how it works. Remember the Galaxy SIII? They had their engineers work on... moreI surely have no idea how it works. Do you? Save the real and irrefutable evidence to court sessions if there is any. Why would The Samsung allow other brand to first unveil something that resembles what their enigmatic engineers are presumably making at high level of secrecy. Because Samsung knows their diehards are very forgiving and the mass in general has selective amnesia. If samsung is working on the same thing that the other brand is working why not tip us or indirectly alude to it before someone else boldly announce it not several days or a week after. Yes of course there's always the trusty term simultaneously.
I believe this oled has great quality. I bet is better than crap pentile oled..
Their tvs seem to be great.
But LG's LCD is very bad...
AnonD-43988, 03 Aug 2017Curved screen.... Not a fan....
My biggest concern is the battery.... Will any frakking fla... moreNope, as long as consummers keep buying low autonomy phones they will keep producing them.
Think it like that. A lithium battery has about 500 cycles before starting to considerably lose charge (i.e. becoming increasingly useless).
On the good old days you could have a spare battery which you could pop while charging your battery into a cradle. Meaning you were having a full cycle every 2 days. Given the 500 cycles that typical li ion batteries can last you had at least 1000 days before thinking of replacing your batteries.
Noaways we get phone with 6 hours of screen on time (4 when gaming). This translates to 1 full cycle per day on average, meaning that after 500 days your phone would start losing charge very fast. Include the fact that batteries are now sealed, and before 18 months are pass you would probably be needing a new phone.
In a certain, peculiar way, it is genius. And unless a massive campaign against sealed batteries starts on social media you will continue being maltreated by the same ol' same people.
*That* is what complacency brings and the belief that technology always move forwards (it does not if consumers stop demanding the cream of the crop). I mean think how much worse many of the modern phones are *in practice* from 3 year old phones. Often less apps in memory, far lesser autonomy, no 3.5mm, no IR.
Sure you got a better processor (not by much in fact) and better camera, but much of the rest regressed. Goes to show that technology does not always move forwards, sometimes it moves sideways ... others yet ... backwards.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2017Oh, 3.5mm fanboys crack me up. You only support the format because you don't like most forms o... moreActually 3.5mm jack (currently) has a big advantage: its a universal standard. Without the 3,5mm jack we will have lightning headphones, USB-C headphones that feature the official standard, and proprietary USB-C audio protocols like HTC. USB-C headphones don't work with every device that has USB-C, and they don't work with devices that have Lightning.
Should Apple switch to USB-C and every manufacturer would use official USB-C audio protocol, I would have no issues switching to USB-C headphones. But currently? no way.
Mikey, 03 Aug 2017I wish this anonymous moron knew what he was talking about.Oh, 3.5mm fanboys crack me up. You only support the format because you don't like most forms of technological change, you are the modern form of luddites.
3.5mm is a throwback to the past, it offers no benefits that usb c + DAC cannot have. Acually it offers less (not reprogrammable, single function, bulky). Honestly you and your army have 0 arguments. You support a dead format...
All the while you pretend to not see the biggest travesty happening before your eyes. Lithium batteries gain about 10% more capacity every 2 years, meaning that we are at least 20 years away from a true day phone (15 hours of screen on time).
Yet we already had that in the form of replaceable battery. The removal of replaceable battery took us 20 years backwards in technological development, yet not a peep from you.
That is what I called misdirected priorities. You care deeply about something that nobody should care about and ignore what everybody should care about...
Curved screen.... Not a fan....
My biggest concern is the battery.... Will any frakking flagship in 2017 use battery larger than 3500 mAH?
kakouille, 03 Aug 2017Samsung is numero UNO.In lag
AnonD-640375, 03 Aug 2017Lg is going for advanced encapsulation and pixel scanning this should get rid off burn inI dont know about that
Hope it will be a good phone. But people will forget about this phone because of note 8 and Iphone 8 storm.
Simply awesome. The V30's lower bezel is a good deal smaller than that on the slim bezelled G6. I hope they put in a huge battery too.
What? Curve screen! This isn't good for me, this is the reason i don't want an S8 or S8+. Hopefully they make a flat screen option for that P-OLED screen.
Cranky Romano, 03 Aug 2017Simultaneously? Really? I forget to mention the unconventional aspect ratio. But since samsun... moreYou surely don't know how it works. Remember the Galaxy SIII? They had their engineers work on 3 different prototypes to prevent real leaks. What I say is that Sammy didn't follow LG. But if you think so despite the absolute lack of real, irrefutable evidence, then it's your choice.
TheHater, 03 Aug 2017And Samsung always first at image quality. Saying this as a Sony fan.Samsung is not first Samsung is most favorite brand of reviews. That's why it ends first many times. In reality with any of high phone Sony LG Samsung apple Huawei you getting perfect pictures and wich looks the best is just about your taste preference...
I am on Sony Xz premium now and day after summer trip and the photos made during weekends are amazing.
I can't say it's better than others they simply perfect and not worse than for example Samsung s7.
I have to admin that LG my second preferred brand after Sony. We are using LG for business for 2 years and works great! Telephone is middle range category.
Don't buy edge screen they are crap one of my friend cracked the screen of samy edge second time after 3 months.
She is using Samsung branded high class case...
It's simply good looking and not practical...
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2017What does this have to do with burn in at all? ?Well it is an oled screen so of course burn in is a relevant topic this site missed out the article from the source that made reference to the new technology to eliminate burn in
LG superfan, 03 Aug 2017Oled can still burn inLg is going for advanced encapsulation and pixel scanning this should get rid off burn in