Please shrink the next V series, it's too big.
Davy Jones, 30 Oct 2020Always on the forefront or the innovation. Well done LG!👏It's an Android man. Afcourse it will be innovative.
Just a few days back, a story on gsmarena reported lg dont have flagship chip till 2nd half of 2021. How is it going to bring a normal flagship.
Davy Jones, 30 Oct 2020Always on the forefront or the innovation. Well done LG!👏Churning of milk produces butter. Hahaha
Always on the forefront or the innovation.
Well done LG!👏
Anonymous, 30 Oct 2020They're making Sony's mistakes, other than the obvious design choices. No availabili... moreSony has left many markets because sales were not enough to sustain business there.
There is no point to remain in places like Brazil where Samsung has about 50% of the market and Motorola near 20% or India where Samsung , Xiaomi and Oppo may have more than 90%.
I am still surprised they still sell in USA , where Samsung + Apple must be more than 70%.
Anonymous, 30 Oct 2020And it will be available in three countriesThey're making Sony's mistakes, other than the obvious design choices. No availability, high prices and LG's very own no updates.. and if ever, very slow and their UI has been in a need for a change and distinction since forever
These two along with htc will be long gone as they don't really realize what the customer want
Even when releasing budget phones, the phones are usually underpowered and overpriced
I definitely would love to see how LG would integrate that rollable screen technology from the recently official Signature OLED R TV on a smartphone. As for the V70 next year, I really hope that LG didn't follow Google's way of using premium midrange chipset on the flagship phone. Let the Velvet successor use the premium midrange chipset instead.
And it will be available in three countries
getting hype again...
and earlier, an importer posted an lg wing for sale...
feeling optimistic for whatever lg plans...
Chinese screen makers will copy this tech and sell to chinese brands for 1/3 of the price.
LG will never get all money invested back, sadly.