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Discussion in 'Gadgets & Computing' started by Aztlan, Feb 25, 2005.
yeah, it looks like they got scared of the same thing happening again.
Shame LG ditched the second screen. Still a pretty good phone though...
Yep, this will be the next phone for me and also plan to update my mom's/sister's Note 4 with the V30; My brother is also leaning toward it.
Samsung didn't impressed me with Note 8 and I don't want another phone with an edge screen like every phone from Samsung has.
Google is not an option anymore since rumor points that they are removing the headphone jack like Apple
Definitely one of the best phones of the year.
Yeah, it is a shame the Note 8 and Apple's Iphone S8/X smartphones are getting all the attention.
I watched that review, the dude stated the back had some scatches after some use but he did not show them and did not mention what he was doing that caused scratches to appear.
Come on LG, release the V30 already
Hah! I was gonna post that SOT test after watching it a couple days ago. Glad you found it too, it's an impressive result for the V30.
Yep, I have been reading user reviews of the Note 8 where they complain about battery life and the video confirms it
The price will be $810 bucks for the V30 and $910 for V30+
I will just wait until Xmas for sales
and on top of it, they are doing exclusivity shenanigans with the V30+ being carried by one provider (least reliable) here in the U.S at launch.
I am interested in the plus model.
Why bother with the plus? It's not drastically different. Why not just buy the V30 handset only?
I've read the plus version can read higher than 256gb micro sd storage cards than the V30
Do you really need that much storage in this day and age of online streaming?! I guess if you're recording v-log video it would be handy.
Considering that if I am going to spend that much money for a phone, an additional 100 bucks is not much for more storage and ability to use larger storage cards.
I like to store data in my phone so the extra storage will come in handy
So Google released the Pixel
man that phone looks boring
My Samsung S7 Edge phone developed a vertical line on the right hand side of the screen
Is a pink type of color on any background other than black.
Disappointing with Samsung quality, beside the screen
The WiFi drops connection to the router every now and then and it takes a few tries to restore connection.
I have been considering the upcoming Samsung S9 to replaced my S7 Edge model, that's until I read this
First Galaxy S9 Exynos 9810 benchmark will leave you impressed
Here in the States we are stuck with Qualcomm only based Android phones.
I am seriously considering going with Apple as my next phone since they are the lesser evil here; just google Qualcomm and their anti-competitive practices.