monsterduc1000, 21 Jun 2018Get a clear case.Nope. I still hate those cases since it decolorises overtime and picks up more dust!
Don't forget to pre-order you bootloop insurance :)
Former g5 (Piece of SH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!T) owner
Lg phones are definitely good. but they are badly suffering in marketing strategies specially the price. Price should be reasonable so that consumer can switch from other brands to LG...
Kiyasuriin, 20 Jun 2018Pretty much, and V used to be bigger than their G Counterparts Not much difference lets see how will LG convince its customer to buy V series over cheaper but similarly speced G series
Kiyasuriin, 20 Jun 2018It's because V series is higher end than G series. (Kinda like Mi and and mi mix of Xiaomi, S ... moreMi series and Mix series target two different segments Mi series for casual user and Mix for those who want to stand out same with S and Note, S for casual everyday persons and Note for business or productive persons, what segments do V and G series target?
Mi and Mix series have a differentiator their design
S and Note have S pen as diffetentiator
What does V and G series have? OLED vs LCD?
Love the Community, 20 Jun 2018I don't think the V20 has a eSIM slot to accomodate Project Fi.No, not Project Fi. XD
I don't want that since it doesn't support in my country.
What I mean is the V20 is still a killer phone to have even in this era of glass phones. I'm not a big fan of glass since I'm not a case guy. I love holding my phone in the naked way cause it stands out more than hiding its real identity.
Geric.770, 20 Jun 2018Uhhhhhhhh V20 please. :)I don't think the V20 has a eSIM slot to accomodate Project Fi.
LG Superfan, 20 Jun 2018V35 ThinQ for $900 and G7 ThinQ for $750? LG mobile division's strategies are confusingIt's because V series is higher end than G series. (Kinda like Mi and and mi mix of Xiaomi, S and Note from Samsung. Etc.
V35 ThinQ for $900 and G7 ThinQ for $750? LG mobile division's strategies are confusing