Vegetaholic, 24 Aug 2017Another guy from last decade, typical uneducated response, never saw amoled in his life too. T... moreThere are always people who will quote the good old days. Don't pay attention to them.
That dude probably would bring back a CRT if given the chance.... Maybe he was also one of those people who said that small sized DLP modules were the future
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2017You keep your burn-ins, oversaturated colors and discoloration over time, darling. LCD all the way! Another guy from last decade, typical uneducated response, never saw amoled in his life too. This problems are from 4-5 generations back, amoled is most accurate in colours, they better than LCD, mostly people don't use this option, cause they like oversaturation of colours, never seen any burn ins since S4 days, invalid comment
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2017LCD is better tham AMOLED overall. I am sorry for people who are brainwashed by the mendacious... moreOh yeah I am brainwashed, can't see which better screen amoled or LCD, probably blind to Yeah? Stupidest comment I seen in a while, don't comment if you dont know difference between LCD and amoled
Damn it LG... why is it taking so long? should be out by now!
G6 was rushed into market with SD821 just to best S8 release date... according to your excuse for using the last year's chipset
So... now you have SD835... whats the hold up? why always behind samsung?
I just dont get it...
Moved from the note series after Note 4 mainly because of the removable battery to LG V10 LG G5 and V20, which were great phones. I missed my S pen but the V series were good for me. If V30 takes this feature away then I will probably go back to Note 8. LG being different is what I want not the same as Samsung or Iphone.
Either they got finally pen(probably not), or they invented something better(?), or they are being ridiculous. Point of note device is having pen, not big screen, S8+ is for that. Broken pen just shows they didn't get it.
Why are they targeting the Note?! OMG, please don't be expensive.
AnonD-694230, 23 Aug 2017What's the point of these digs. Note 8 in spite of note 7 fiasco, will outsell anything that L... moreInstead of highlighting its own qualities they take jabs at Note. That's kinda low.
imRGZ, 23 Aug 2017For that matter all flagships does have same internals. They are only differentiated by what s... moreActually LG had an answer to the Note's since the very begining!LG G Pro or whatever it was called was the first real competitor.But back than literary no one has an 5.5+ display let alone pen,so Sammy ended picking all the "fame" for itself(heck the note3 is most produced note in the entire line).
Nowdays.... you just need to turn your head and see 5.5-6" phablets anywhere from the possibly every known or uknown manufacturer.Top spec?confirmed.Top camera?Confirmed.Amoled?A few does offer it.
So basically the segment is saturated as it gets,its not 2012 anymore.
And I agree with you,Note has its own loyal fan base(the one's that actually use it the pen),but they do not make the majority of salles.The others who might want flagship big screen or multinedia device might find better solution elswere(especially if money matters)
If LG doesnt get with larger battery modules. It might be the end of them
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2017Am not so sure that Note8 will "sweep" the competitors like before. The times when Samsung ha... moreFor that matter all flagships does have same internals. They are only differentiated by what special features they bring. Note brings spen which no other brand has an answer, XZP has its motion eye camera/4k hdr screen, well Apple is an apple and so on... As far as premium segment goes Note8 does sweep its non-Apple opponents. As far as price is concerned, all flagships are priced at par. Lg v30 can't be considered as an alternative to the note, Notes always have loyal customers, what LG has got to sway those customers from Note8?
Unless lg finds a way to incorporate a wacom stylus that has capacities greater than the s pen into the v30, there is no way the latter can ever hope to replace the note series. There is no contest.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2017You just troll everywhereHe manages to bring Sony up wherever he can, even when the article does not concern Sony at all.
Vegetaholic, 23 Aug 2017Yesterday Huawei, now LG, but in reality it will be swept by Note8 sales indisputably, actuall... moreAm not so sure that Note8 will "sweep" the competitors like before.
The times when Samsung had upper hand in many fields(and features) are long past.Today competitors closed the gap in many areas,leaving only the S-pen uncontested... and seeing the price(almost double than Note5 for example),am convinced that Samsung's "Happy times" are over.
FeederEater, 23 Aug 2017Seeing all those comments saying "Poor LG will never outsell Samsung" i must say. LG never int... moreTwo phones that possibly don't have the issue...one not even out yet. Does not mean it doesn't exist anymore.
And lg are the ones that chose that type of troll which brings that type of comment.