Anonymous, 07 Apr 2018What is that thing that eating the RAM so hard core that you need over 4GB that is a lot for a... moreBesides, current high-end flagships have this thing called ZSWAP, which helps to compress cache in that virtual memory pool instead of caching in the RAM itself, and makes it a much better virtual memory than ZRAM, allowing a much more consistent performance overall
I've had an lg flagship since the g2. I guess my v30 will be the last lg phone i wpuld buy from them. The dealbreaker is that stupid, useless notch. Even if the put a border on it to "hide" that notch, i would still be able to tell since it's not an oled display. Farewell LG! I am jumping on to the Samsung camp.
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2018What is that thing that eating the RAM so hard core that you need over 4GB that is a lot for a... moreMost people like to compare number rather than performance.
They thought the highest the better, that why all manufacturer are playing around this, because people are buying this.
LilSweetLin, 07 Apr 2018Because even the best of Android phones STILL aren't iPhones, that can run efficiently using ... moreNot necessarily. The 4GB dual channel LPDDR4X RAM used in flagships should be better than a 6GB single channel DDR3 RAM used in mid rangers on any day.
Anonymous, 07 Apr 2018What is that thing that eating the RAM so hard core that you need over 4GB that is a lot for a... moreBecause even the best of Android phones STILL aren't iPhones, that can run efficiently using
Apple's chips, where 2 or 3GB of RAM is enough. On Android, more RAM is a necessity.
GoToSchool, 06 Apr 2018Were all these phone companies afraid of releasing a major flagship phone with a notch until A... moreSamsung Note 9 concept looking promising at least no notch on it and only small bazel on top and under screen fingerprint scanner. Has 3.5mm jack and type-c charger. There is a Doogee Mix 4 prototype that looks nice too without notch and full screen without bezels and also under screen fingerprint scanner and facie camera is sliding the backside up.
It's the next trend that when Apple does copy it either from Doogee or Samsung then it will be a new trend and everyone will do it.
LilSweetLin, 06 Apr 20184GB of RAM in 2018? No. If I want that, I'll just get the V30 once the price goes down (althou... moreWhat is that thing that eating the RAM so hard core that you need over 4GB that is a lot for a phone anyways. Flagship phones 4GB is a lot better then budget phone 4GB ram.
Do you run the phone as a home computer by hooking it up with docking it behind monitor and keyboard/mouse ? I don't believe that android have so heavy apps that can use all that 6-8GB RAM and even 8 core's while even PC's don't have a lot of software and games that can use all the cores and RAM then what are we even talking about android.
Would be nice to understand why is there a need for 6 to 8 GB RAM over 4GB RAM or even 3GB RAM.
AnonD-468012, 07 Apr 2018How about Meizu 7 Pro? Mediatek X30!It's last year phone with large bezels. Not a trend of 2018.
AnonD-531593, 06 Apr 2018Welcome back Led notification.Yeah im waiting for the come back of rear power volume button..
Notch = Auto DOA, Auto Disaster, Auto Tsunami, Auto Nuclear Bomb, Auto Falling Meteor, Auto Tornado, Auto...
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2018Well another we have SD845 soc flagship is coming........all boring phones.......How about Meizu 7 Pro? Mediatek X30!
LilSweetLin, 06 Apr 20184GB of RAM in 2018? No. If I want that, I'll just get the V30 once the price goes down (althou... moreYea lol my next phone too better be 6 or 8 g of RAM. 4g of RAM in a flagship is so 2016
Yeah, I can see that ugly single-downward-facing-tooth, some people call it - notch, lol
This device is already dead on arrival. The phone's reputation has already been smeared by cancellation, ugly notch, and poor marketing research by LG.
This is going to be even worse than the G5.
Well another we have SD845 soc flagship is
coming........all boring phones.......
Honestly people are making a big deal out of the notches on these phones. I don't like them either, but they're not that off-putting to be honest. It's far better than removing the headphone jack (which LG hasn't... yet).