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Lg V10 F600S Factory Unlocked International Model No Warranty (blue) Unknown Binding
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The Bad: Battery life is really, really short. They comp the issue by rapid charging but you're pretty much going to have to take your charger with you everywhere. Also, the international version is not eligible for the LG promo that includes the 200GB SD card, extra battery, and battery cradle.. .which is total BS by the way.
The "Blue" is a Navy blue, and it is BEAUTIFUL.
Sidenote, NGP provides great customer service, I was really happy with my transaction.
Lg has the answer to my needs this time around as this is my first LG phone. I am pleasantly surprised, actually shocked with this phone.
What I love:
I have 4G LTE over ATT. I did not expect this as usually you don't get US LTE from international phones.
I have 40 gigs of classical music flac files in it and it sounds amazing and it has enough power to drive high impedance headphones like HD650 without an amp. For me this is an amazing plus and keeps me happy. I have heavenly music with me at all times, and the way it sounds puts a smile on my face.
Screen is amazing. It is bright enough to see under the sun easily. I use the Kindle app a lot and it is great on this phone. Pics look great on this large screen; pleasantly colorful but not oversaturated.
Cell and wifi reception is stronger than any other phone I have used; this was a big surprise and it is an enormous plus.
It is rugged enough for a teacher and traveler.
What could be better:
Battery life is not the best but no worse than latest iphones and galaxy s6 line of phones but replaceable battery makes up for it
On this model, there are some Korean apps; most you can uninstall and some you can not.
Some settings are hard to find because they are stashed in unexpected places.
You will need to install a file manager as stock file manager is weak.
Now there is an app on app store so you can use the HD DAC with any music app; this was a problem until now.
It is an amazing phone for the type of user I am and I don't see any other phone will trump the pluses this one bring any time soon.
I told my daughter to hurry up and pack so we had time to swing by the T-Mobile store to buy a new phone.
I usually hate buying from the T-Mo store. They never carry stock on phones with extra storage capacity. Imagine my surprise when the guy behind the counter told me they had an LG V10 available.
Me and Android go way back. Back in 2014 when the iPhone 6+ came out, I challenged myself to live with iPhone for a year. I did. We got along pretty well. I loved the highly functional ecosystem, hated the fact that Siri could never understand my voice, enjoyed the variety of the App Store, absolutely loathed how many Lightning cables I went through over the course of a year.
In short, I didn't cry much moving back to Android.
Its hyperbolic of me to say "this is the best Android phone I've ever used". Well, duh, its the newest Android I've ever used, so it seems pretty likely it would be the best. A less hyperbolic way of expressing my satisfaction...nay...absolute delight is to say "this is the most impressed by an Android phone that I've ever been".
Every Droid I've had seems to come with compromises. Battery life. Heavy phone. Too big. Too small. Too much overlay on top of the Android OS. No battery. No microSD card slot. For me, the V10 has none of those compromises.
Battery life is great so far. QuickCharge 2.0 works as advertised. I bought a few Anker QC 2.0 adapters and those work well, too. 30 minutes and I've got enough charge to get me through 4-6 hours. Plus, LG is sending me a free battery as part of their promo. Sweet!
Yes, its a big phone, but it doesn't feel like a huge slab of metal. Its easy to hold. Maybe I'm just used to phablets.
Doesn't seem like too much customization on top of stock Android. There are a few areas where LG intrudes, but...well....they aren't Samsung. Besides, I use Nova Launcher, so most of their customizations would be abstracted away from me, anyway.
MicroSD card? Yeah! And LG is sending me a free 200GB card, too! (Time limited promo so get yours now, kids!)
The camera? Heck yeah that's sharp too. Low light performance isn't as good as the 6+, but in clear daylight the V10's pics are sharp as tacks.
As much as I've gotten used to (or rather TOLERATED) iOS, I'm happy to be back in Android Land. Google's ecosystem needs some work. Stuff just doesn't work as well as it does within Apple's tightly controlled sphere of influence. Uploading songs to Google Play, sometimes it takes a 2-4 hours to show up on my phone. On an iOS device, its pretty much instantaneous. Upload photos to the cloud? Instantly appears across all devices in AppleLand. In GoogleLand, maybe you have lunch first.
All that "slow cloud" stuff gets offset by two things for me - customizability and voice recognition. Even without rooting, you can do a TON to your phone. Grab Tasker ,Nova Launcher and Zooper Widget Pro, spend a few hours watching some YouTube videos and you are off to the races, son. Custom home screens and icons for everyone!
Voice recognition? I could be gargling walnuts and yelling at the phone through a fan running at high speed and this phone would still recognize my voice. Its so darn good.
So, over all....yeah, I'm happy with this phone. One MAJOR issue to give you potential pause, though. For the rear fingerprint reader to function properly, one of your fingers needs to be making contact with the metal side bumpers. That means getting a case requires you to lifehack your phone in order to complete the circuit. Popular circumventions include taping a piece of aluminum foil to the side bumpers before putting on the case OR cutting a 3/4 inch hole to expose said bumpers. Personally, I'm just going to wait until the Qi charging case comes out.