g7 thing process very good game perfomence also very good and very low is price with water proof battery also good
Does any of the selfie cameras have Auto-Focus or is it Fixed focus (I presume that ultra wide is fixed but I will never know)
Wasim, 11 Jun 2019I am planning to buy LG v40thinq. Guys plz suggest me The LG V40 in my opinion is the best device LG has produced since the V20, which I also own. There are many deals to be found. I purchased a new in the box one from a local seller on Offer Up for a deep discount. The video/audio set up is second to none and the cameras are versatile and fun, with lots of special effects that will take your photography game to the next level. Battery life lasts me a full day with no problems. Call quality is also fine. You would be hard pressed to find a more feature-filled device for the most bang for the buck.
Hdhd, 26 Mar 2019V30 n v35 can last almost 2 days with moderate usage. V30 by far the best of lg phones. Not su... moreAgreed. Used to have both V30 and V35. Apart from photo quality and mono speakers, probably the best phones I've used. V30 was a 2-days phone indeed.
Freakfor1, 15 Mar 2019One plus 6t or Lg V40 .. and why . please suggest .. thank you so muchlg v30 is best
Ork, 01 Feb 2019i had lg G4 and also v10 camera was very impressive but the thing is their poor battery! They... moreV30 n v35 can last almost 2 days with moderate usage. V30 by far the best of lg phones. Not sure about v40 or v50
One plus 6t or Lg V40 .. and why . please suggest .. thank you so much
Martin, 18 Nov 2018Battery life is stellar as well. While it's not quite as robust as the 4,000mAh Note 9 or even... more"V40 makes the most of its 3,300mAh battery" - this is truly a genius sentence :))
A question for anyone who has LG V40:
Does it support H265 codec? At what bit-rate?
2160p@30fps: bit-rate =
2160p@60fps: bit-rate =
1080p@30fps: bit-rate =
1080p@60fps: bit-rate =
(It is not mentioned in the review, and I can't find the relevant information from the internet search.)
I've owned a number of LG phones: LG Leon, G4, V20 and most recently, the V40. I've had no problems with any of these phones. The thing with LG is the issue of Quality Control or lack thereof. I escaped the boot loop debacle with the G4, my V20 made the transition from Nougat to Oreo without the problems some of my fellow owners experienced, and the Leon was handed down to my sister and just recently passed on to android heaven. You look at LG-focused sites and it looks like posters are talking about 2 very different phones. Some are happy with the performance of their device while others think they own the biggest POS to ever be produced. I suggest that once you have the phone in hand you put it through all of its paces during that first week...I mean test everything. Start with getting it set up right there in the store and have someone call you, start taking videos, etc. I have an almost 3 year old T-mobile branded V20 that has been my daily driver right up until the purchase of the V40 about a month ago. I actually had no intentions of purchasing another LG device after they decided to become more Samsung/Apple like and took away all of the features that made the V20 a stand out phone. I decided since they were going to be more Samsung-like I might as well cut out the middleman and bought a Samsung device. But when I was offered a new in the box V40 for $400 I couldn't pass that up. The is phone is feature packed, functional and fun. Those who don't own the phone complain about the battery size. The Phone and battery are optimized so it lasts me the whole day during which I use navigation continuously, stream I Heart radio, exchange emails, make phone calls, access the company website for client info and browse the internet for news stories. The camera/video special effects are fun and inspire the photographer's creativity. I am very happy with my purchase and hope to enjoy it for some time to come.
I travel and the battery life is really very good since I can easily get through the day, which is all I care about. I really like the speaker which has a booster which I need and the HIFI DAC is great since it provides incredible sound through my headphones. The camera has flexibility, since you can shoot in manual mode for photos or video which I believe most phones do not have especially for video.
i had lg G4 and also v10 camera was very impressive but the thing is their poor battery!
They should focus on battery first!
jury, 26 Jan 2019lots of camera, they should've invested on RAM and ROM instead. too bad.6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage is fine. Instead more should have been invested on the battery.
lots of camera, they should've invested on RAM and ROM instead. too bad.
Do companies like LG, SONY and hTC not learn from their past mistakes? They're making the same phone again under a different name. I just don't understand it. Why?