Just brought it from my local telecom and started using it .I just found out that my LG V10 got two nano sim card slots. Is anyone got this
Looks great. My next phone, but I'l wait some time till the price falls.
GSMArena team, can you retest audio ?
It's somehow suspicious that phone with Hi-Fi DAC cuts frequencies after 16 KHz (according to your chart).
that_guy, 22 Dec 2015i dunno, note 4 still looks good on the spec sheet....Totally agree with you. Not a Samsung fan but I would use Note 4 anytime of the day. :)
LG gonna lose all her customers because of its poor focus in battery performance of its products. 3000mah in a row...??? Ridiculous :/
Torn between this and the Lumia 950 XL. But looking at the camera samples, the Lumia looks better.
Floridian, 26 Nov 2015Somehow Apple is able to build just one iPhone model that works on all carriers worldwide. Ju... moreNope, not even Apple. I think its too much of hardware to bulk up the phone and hence no one does that. Check this link from Apple website for IPhone 6s, different models supporting different bands in different countries/carriers
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2015gFlex3 , G5, V10-2(?) equipped with snap820 will be the beasts of 2016 !! nice line-up for high endsLG didn't use the 810 for the v10...what makes you think they will use the 820. Plus, LG is making the nuclun 2 chip.
P, 04 Nov 2015I really really like LG, no other phone has so many customization tools, and i really wanted t... moreWhat's the big deal if the battery doesn't last forever? The battery is REPLACEABLE.
Get the free extra battery and/or buy one or two extra batteries.
Low battery lever, no problem! No low battery anxiety and no need to hunt for an outlet when you travel! I have been doing this since the original Motorola flip phones in the 1980's.
2% to 100% power in under a minute just by changing batteries!!!
These batteries are light weight. Just put them in a plastic bag an in your pocket or purse.
Shreedhar, 10 Nov 2015Its based on the bands embedded in the phone. US models support Verizon, at&t and T Mobile... moreSomehow Apple is able to build just one iPhone model that works on all carriers worldwide. Just one model. Why can't other carriers learn the same trick?!
It would make for happier travelers and less inventory for LG and Samsung, etc..
By limiting the portability of their phones, manufacturers thing they can control the grey market. That doesn't work anyway!
Why is the not looking premium back side a negative point? 99% off the people will hide there so called premium phones behind a cheap disgusting plastic cover.
It still burns that LG Australia refuse to import any model of the V10 and is forcing those who want it to do the old 'grey import'. Not good enough LG!
1. IF jpegs are as from G4 they are useless except maybe for the web as they are oversharpened -ruining the excellentt lens image quality available only in raw manually set files- there is no alternative for photography here. Panoramas are also crude jpegs. Worse - on my G4 the exposure varies as you pan. So, unless your field of view is evenly lit, you will pay out your money to get darkened skies where the sun is combined with greatly lightened shrubbery and trees. Then you will find that at the huge lovely size you get it all looks crude and blocky ( as with the auto and simple settings jpegs).
And there is no way of getting the equivalent of aperture priority as on a camera in RAW manual settings.
There is NO exposure compensation in ANY mode or setting. Upping the ISO setting isnt exposure compensation. And above base ISO the average subject is grainy- which is why the jpegs are so detailless. Unfortunately not sharpening them is never an option and LG deprive everyone of the freedom to choose an unsharpened image.
RAW Stills manually slowly set are however FABULOUS
The lens is sharper overall than any f1.8 24mm camera lens.
AnonD-464320, 10 Nov 2015Can anyone tell me whats the different between international version and US version? Anyone h... moreIts based on the bands embedded in the phone. US models support Verizon, at&t and T Mobile while the Verizon model is CDMA primary with gsm options. You might be able to get 2G/3G on these ranges of devices but getting LTE outside US would be difficult as the antenna may not support your country bands.
Can anyone tell me whats the different between international version and US version? Anyone has the model number of each version?