These are the most recent forum messages posted by thunder18:
Re: G6 is a strange choice
Add in double the internal storage at 64 gb and the current generation cpu and I'm in total agreement with you.
Re: G6 is a strange choice
I can mostly agree with you, but follow up comments from most owners seem to indicate a lot of review sites may have been sent pre-production models with much worse displays than later batches. Also, the V30, in addition to a current generation processor also gets double the storage space at 64 gb. Those are a couple of pretty hefty benefits over the G6. Not to mention the quadDac which LG for some reason decided to only include in ...
G6 is a strange choice
I'm surprised the V30 is the honorable mention vs. the G6. All anyone could manage to say about the G6 when it was released was "Oh, how could they release a flagship with last year's processor" or how it's LCD display is inferior to competing OLED displays"? Despite the fact that LG actually beat Samsung to the punch by bringing to market a phone with the newer aspect ratio by a month or two and the fact that Samsung ...
Resembles the S8???
I'm curious, but wasn't the G6 revealed before the S8? Then it's mentioned the V30 looks like an evolution of the G6 except with the curved glass on the sides. Doesn't it then seem that the S8 amd S8+ actually resemble the G6? You make it sound as if LG ripped off Samsung's design?
"LG decided to seal the battery inside the G6, something it hasn't done before with its flagship devices." This is false. Both the Optimus G (my 1st LG device coincidentally), the 1st G-series flagship and it's successor the G2 had sealed in batteries. It wasn't until the G3 when the G-series started using removable batteries.
The only way to kill feature phones...
...is to have plans as cheap as the ones feature phones are on now. My daughter is on a feature phone because it would cost considerably more to upgrade her plan for use with a smartphone.
The "one" major hardware advantage???
You mention "The one major hardware advantage the EVO has over other One X variants is the dedicated camera button." However, I would posit that in addition to the hardware camera shutter button, the presence of a microSD card slot, the larger 2000 mAh battery and last but not least the kickstand are no so minor hardware advantages.
Not to mention I did some international texting the other day on Sprint and they only charge $.20/text to England so I didn't even worry about invoking their $10 international texting plan. Nice one AT&T. /S
Really? The Galaxy S II has not only upgraded to a dual core processor, but also includes a more powerful GPU and a larger screen. You're calling that a waste?
Think of it this way, with the phone being capable of recording 720p @ 30 FPS the phone has basically become your camcorder. At this point in time, most new digital camcorders using either hard drives or flash memory have at best an HDMI output and at worst some kind of analog composite video output. It's all about convergence. How likely would you be to show someone your home movies if you had to sit at the computer and ...
Just wanted to mention that when the self timer was accidentally activated when trying to scroll through the camera's options, it is easier to scroll by scrolling touching the option names on the left side of the screen and using them to scroll. I've yet to be able to scroll trying to move that tiny scroll bar on the right side of the menu. Also, there are a few good options that were not shown. Under ISO when scrolling down, ...