LG V20 H990DS 4G LTE Dual SIM Factory Uncloked, Android 7.0 (Nougat) OS 64GB 5.7-Inch 16MP + 8MP, No Warranty - International Version, TITAN
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- Main Camera: Dual 16 MP (29mm, f/1.8) + 8 MP (12mm, f/2.4), laser autofocus, OIS, LED flash; Front Camera: 5 MP .64GB ROM, 4GB RAM; Supports Micro-SD up to 2TB, Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820, Quad-core CPU, 5.7 inches, IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors.
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carrier such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- Please check if your GSM cellular carrier supports the bands for this model before purchasing, LTE may not be available in all regions: 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G: HSDPA 850(B5) / 900(B8) / 1800(B3) / 1700(B4) / 1900(B2) / 2100(B1), LTE: LTE 2100(B1) /1900(B2)/ 1800(B3) / 1700(B4) / 850(B5) / 2600(B7) / 900(B8) 700(B12)/ / 800(B20) / 800(B26)/ 700(B28)/ 700(B17) TDD LTE 2600(B38) / 1900(B39) / 2300(B40) / 2600(B41) .
- This device may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international items. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
- The box contains: Your new device, USB cable, Earphones, Charger (may be foreign) If so, a FREE US adapter will be included, Documentation.
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|Screen Size||5.7||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.7 in|
|Item Dimensions||6.29 x 3.07 x 0.3 in||6.29 x 0.3 x 3.07 in||6.29 x 0.3 x 3.07 in||6.29 x 0.3 x 3.07 in||10 x 7 x 1 in||10 x 7 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||1.1 lbs||6.08 ounces||6.14 ounces||6.14 ounces||1.5 lbs||6.14 ounces|
The LG V20 isn't just another smartphone. It is a multimedia powerhouse aimed at Android enthusiasts and content creators. As such, it comes with high-end audio reproduction and recording capabilities. The duet of main cameras we knew from the LG G5 is present here as well - one camera shoots high-res regular photos, while the other sports a wide-angle lens for a greater field of view.
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1. Removable battery - I have owned phones with and without removable battery and I simply think that having the option to take it out to replace it/reset phone/etc is better. As far as battery life is concerned, it doesn't seem to do as well as I hoped when the screen brightness is above ~20%. In any case, I will be switching to LG mobile products as long as they keep providing the removable battery option.
2. Second screen - Initially I had this turned off completely because I didn't think that I'd like it or that the battery would be able to handle it. After realizing that there was no LED notification light like there had been on every other Android that I'd owned, I turned it on and was impressed with the battery life and the selection of options that the second screen has available. It turns off when face down or in my pocket, and allows me to switch music/look at time and date/turn on flashlight/etc without constantly unlocking my phone. Definitely a plus for this phone
3. Back cameras - This is just a result of better cameras being put on phones in general, but having TWO of them for image stabilization and other things is something I figured was a gimmick. Though I don't take many pictures, someone who does would find that they are very crisp and it is rather difficult to cause significant motion blur.
4. Tech Specs - The 4GB RAM in the phone is higher than the 3GB Note 4 I had before and the GPU/CPU are much more snappy than it as well. For somebody who uses their phone for emulation or graphics that require a more robust phone, this one does great. It also handles Android 7.0 very well, which is always a pleasant surprise. The 64GB onboard storage is great and the microSD slot included under the battery is really only a plus for people with a lot of apps or pictures, but having the option available is another thing that many manufacturers are excluding in their later developments. LG went in the right direction with this as well. I won't use the dual SIM option in the phone, but for somebody who travels internationally on a regular basis, it can definitely make an impact.
5. Build quality - This phone just FEELS comfortable. The case feels protective and is surprisingly light. The biggest issue I've had with phones since my HTC Thunderbolt is the feeling that phone is cheaply built and will be completely destroyed when dropped. This phone doesn't feel that way at all. Though there is no texture on the phone and it can feel slippery, a good case on the phone can fix that problem.
1. Power button - This is more personal beef with the phone, but im not a fan of the power button being on the back as opposed to the side of the phone/top of the phone. The grip on the phone to push the button just seems to be uncomfortable
2. LG Launcher - I have never been a fan of the launchers that phone companies develop because they are usually sluggish or are too "fruity". This launcher is no different, though it doesn't seem to be particularly sluggish. This is easily fixed with the installation of a third party launcher like Nova, but it is something that I think is a negative attibute for the phone.
3. Bloatware - This is basically true for all Android phones, but the amount of bloatware that comes preinstalled on the phone (especially on the international edition) is pretty ridiculous. I had to disable ~10 apps that came preinstalled on the phone that I didn't want there and took up an uncomfortable amount of storage. As an aside, disabling the Facebook/Facebook Messenger apps and installing a 3rd party Facebook browser instead will increase your battery life tremendously.
4. Front camera - For the typical selfie lover, the Note 4 front camera was great. The V20 front camera is considerably worse than that and may be a deterrant to an average Instagram/Snapchat lover. Not the worst thing in the world and certainly isn't a dealbreaker, but it is something to think about.
Overall, I recommend this phone to people who want a phone with removable battery and with high processing power and storage capabilities.
- ZTE Axon 7 - A bit pricy compared to this, and LG V20 has better features. Did not like no fingerprint on back (coming from 6P) and the physical 'dot' buttons. Yet, it is a decent looking phone.
- Huawei Honor 8 - Looks promising but price for specs didn't add up to me.
- Huawei Honor 6x - Pretty good looking phone, I had great experience with Huawei but for some reason this didn't attract me.
- Sony XPeria XA1 - Really nice looking, seems they have a lot of custom things in the Android OS (so I hear), this has a very good camera yet Sony in my experience hasn't been the best coming to Phones.
- Moto G Plus (5th) - Just too small, specs a bit low.
- LG G6 - This looked great, but the price was too high. I also really wanted a removable battery.
- HTC Desire 10 Pro - Seems nice, but I have never owned an HTC and I know they have a lot of custom software. I know too little about these, and as much as I read I just didn't feel it.
It came down to LG V20 and the One Plus 3. Both seem like excellent phones. I would have been happy with either I think. This phone went FAR beyond my expectations. At first it felt a bit cheap without a battery, it's very light. Also, the ATT boot logo is annoying as I don't use it but it still works with T-Mobile. The micro SD card was confusing, it goes under the metal bracket in the back, I put it on top where an SD card goes at first. The performance is great, it is a lot faster than the 6P which I've had 3 of! This is definately an $800 phone (at time of release). The camera features are unbelievable, they are so great, the photos are much faster than 6p. You get the same specs as the One Plus 3 except the OP3 has a lower resolution screen, but 2GB extra ram (6GB total). The OP3 does not have the dual lense if that matters. Ive owned a One Plus 1 and it was awesome. Also, after many reviews the One Plus 3 vs One Plus 3T is not worth the price to pay an extra $100+ for the 3T.
All in all, I will say what stood out the most what the screen resolution, it is so sharp. The User experience and feel is very nice, it does not feel like an old phone at all. The phone is the exact same size as the 6P except this has the extra top bar -- so far I've found it cool, not annoying, but I dont know how much Ill use it.
This also records audio better than any phone Ive used, and has an enhanced audio for headphones and bluetooth that is incomparible. This phone is worth much more than the price you pay. I think if you buy this, or a OP3 you will be very satisfied, this just happened to be my picking.