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rebelfag68's review of the LG V10 (CDMA)

original version, submitted Nov 19, 2015, 8:27 PM:

Great phone!

I've had this phone for about 3 weeks now. It's awesome....the screen is very nice....while not as bright as the Note 4 that I came from, it's nevertheless gorgeous. Battery life is awesome! Best feature is the secondary screen.....I wasn't sure if it would be a useful feature or not....but I'm in love with it! Cons.....the screen not being AMOLED means it's just a shade less crisp. It doesn't get super dark at night using a Night Clock app. Also the auto dimming is a bit over zealous. I do find myself overriding the setting in dark rooms. I would definitely recommend this beast!

edited Jan 12, 2016, 6:04 PM to read:

Not so Good

Now that I've had the phone for a couple months, it has some issues. The auto setting on the screen brightness goes way too dark.. always have to override to make a bit brighter. The bluetooth is HORRIBLE. Constantly disconnects!

Cons.....the screen not being AMOLED means it's just a shade less crisp. It doesn't get super dark at night using a Night Clock app. Also the auto dimming is a bit over zealous. I do find myself overriding the setting in dark rooms.

Bluetooth constantly and randomly disconnects.. horrible. Wish Samsung had removable battery and expandable memory. Missing my Note 4.

Camera is subpar to the Samsung's.. Very slow to focus.

Cons: The secondary screen is great, but still prefer the AMOLED screens on the Samsungs!

edited Apr 5, 2016, 11:39 AM to read:

Meh... not bad.. not great

Now that I've had the phone for a couple months, it has some issues. The auto setting on the screen brightness goes way too dark.. always have to override to make a bit brighter. The bluetooth is HORRIBLE. Constantly disconnects!

Cons.....the screen not being AMOLED means it's just a shade less crisp. It doesn't get super dark at night using a Night Clock app. Also the auto dimming is a bit over zealous. I do find myself overriding the setting in dark rooms.

Bluetooth constantly and randomly disconnects.. horrible. Wish Samsung had removable battery and expandable memory. Missing my Note 4.

Camera is subpar to the Samsung's.. Very slow to focus.

Cons: The secondary screen is great, but still prefer the AMOLED screens on the Samsungs!

***Update: LG/VZ finally swapped original phone, this one is slightly better, still can't wait for next phone. The camera is my least favorite thing on this phone. The camera controls are not very friendly, the selfie cam is good, but again interface sucks for the camera.

Hoping VZ gets with the new Sony's or that Samsung Note 6 has removable battery & memory.

edited Apr 5, 2016, 11:42 AM to the current version:

Meh... not bad.. not great

Now that I've had the phone for a couple months, it has some issues. The auto setting on the screen brightness goes way too dark.. always have to override to make a bit brighter. The bluetooth is HORRIBLE. Constantly disconnects!

Cons.....the screen not being AMOLED means it's just a shade less crisp. It doesn't get super dark at night using a Night Clock app. Also the auto dimming is a bit over zealous. I do find myself overriding the setting in dark rooms.

Bluetooth constantly and randomly disconnects.. horrible. Wish Samsung had removable battery and expandable memory. Missing my Note 4.

Camera is subpar to the Samsung's.. Very slow to focus.

Cons: The secondary screen is great, but still prefer the AMOLED screens on the Samsungs!

***Update: LG/VZ finally swapped original phone, this one is slightly better, still can't wait for next phone. The camera is my least favorite thing on this phone. The camera controls are not very friendly, the selfie cam is good, but again interface sucks for the camera.

Hoping VZ gets with the new Sony's or that Samsung Note 6 has removable battery & memory, please.. let this one go away

 

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