I have owned this phone for almost a year, and I love everything about it, I run lots of programs and messy little rooting and such for school (IT) and this works awesome for me. My only complaints are that one: this is a glass phone and if you dont have a case, it wont last long. And 2: because its not a major phone company like apple or samsung, theres actually some hardware/driver incompatibility, for example ar+ doesnt work on this phone because it doesnt like the dual cameras, as well as snapchat doesn't understand how to process 2 camera images so videos come out with a 3d screen without glasses type look as it trys to blend them together.
Afshin, 12 Mar 2019Does it have clock on screen saver?just like amoled version?Yes
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2019A gaming smartphone but dont have 3.5mm jac, WHY???It's the Bluetooth craze. Google has it now. To me, the lack of a 3.5mm jack was the deciding factor to NOT purchase a Pixel 3.
I've owned this phone since December, and while I love it to bits, there are some issues worth noting.
Primarily, if you go commando, foregoing a protective case, the black finish on the edges wears away, revealing the silver aluminum underneath. This ruins the aesthetic a little bit, but it's not horribly game breaking. It's just that it started wearing away rather quickly soon after purchase, soiling its "newness" factor just a bit. For an $800 investment, this is unacceptable, but I can deal with it.
The display, when showing it brightest is really nice, but from time to time, I notice that the brightness automatically dims at seemingly random times. This is with the automatic brightness setting turned off.
The built-in alarm clock has this nifty feature that requires you to slide a little clock icon from the left side of the screen to the right. This doesn't always work, however as it will often require me to fumble around with the phone, with the alarm still ringing, feebly trying to dismiss it by sliding, tapping, and depressing the icons.
Other than these things, I really love this phone, probably one of the best phones I've had since the HTC Incredible.
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2018LG uses mono.
DAC only works for headphone jack, not with wireless.
The audio quality chart does include phones with headphones plugged in. And even more, it includes phones with 3.5mm jack.
If they fix the battery life in the next version it looks like what the next Sony should have been except for the silly light on the back.
Such poor endurance rating for a 'gaming' phone , 120hz refresh rate is not ready to be rolled out yet
Razer made a lot of subtle improvements to the Razer phone 2 and while it may not be a major upgrade from the Razer phone it is the better choice.
Customer, 08 Nov 2018Agree with you! none android games are properly optimized for that matter! Once android games... moreMaybe more devs are willing to develope for android if the hardware is there? THere are shield exclusive games as there are nvidia once.
One of the first things to look for when I buy a phone is audio quality. So, when you review a flagship-grade phone, I think that it would be very helpful to include LG's flagship phones on the charts, which are really good at that aspect.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2018Why should I pay $600+ for an android for gaming since most of games on android not optimized ... moreAgree with you! none android games are properly optimized for that matter! Once android games reaches the serious standarts for gaming, that'll be awesome!
The battery life is very underwhelming for a 4,000mAh capacity.
Why should I pay $600+ for an android for gaming since most of games on android not optimized well?. Better get an iPad or x box for that price.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2018really crappy and hideous looking phone.. i can imagine the target audience is what, 12 year o... moreplease get the basics right. this is a gaming phone with high end specs. Not the one which becomes a hot rod or the one which explodes. sleek and powerful.
Owning many razer úrodicts i can honestly say it will be perfect ideal phone.
really crappy and hideous looking phone.. i can imagine the target audience is what, 12 year olds who like bling bling phones? no serious adult would touch this garbage.....