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sll1313's review of the LG V20

original version, submitted Nov 3, 2016, 1:01 AM:

Pleasantly Surprised by LG V20

PROs: Battery Life, Speed, Audio, Camera, Second Screen, Fingerprint reader CONs: No S Pen, No waterproofing, no wireless charging I was very reluctant to exchange my Note 7 because I thought it was the best phone I ever owner. To my surprise, it wasn't. It most definitely has competition from the LG V20. While there are some feature that the Note 7 has that the LG V20 doesn't like the S Pen, waterproof, edge screen and wireless charging, I still argue that LG V20 might be the best phone I've ever used. It's battery life is phenomenal. In fact, I believe it is the best I've ever had in the past and it is the best I currently have in my household now. We have a Samsung as well as and iPhone. The phone is extremely quick and responsive. There is virtually never a lag like my Note 7 would do occasionally. It is a large phone with a second screen that I find myself using often. I hardly ever used the Note 7s edge screen. It felt nice in my hands, but I find LG's screen more convenient. For people that are looking for a replacement, I wouldn't look further. However, the LG is a big phone. It is taller and wider, but thinner than the Note 7. It is also considerably lighter, which at first I didn't think I liked. Now I think I prefer. Don't get me wrong, the Note 7 felt very comfortable in my hand. This is a lot wider so it may be tougher for some people to use with a single hand. I am giving it overall 4.5 because I don't believe anything is perfect. However, if I could I would give it 4.9. I was and am in complete shock that I like my first LG phone as much if not more than the Note 7 (was my favorite). I still mis the S Pen. I live in South Florida and the signal and sound quality so far have been excellent! The media features have been as good if not better than the Note 7. I was planning on keeping this until a new "Note" was released by Samsung, I am not sure now. It will completely depend on how badly I want an S Pen again.

edited Nov 3, 2016, 1:02 AM to read:

Pleasantly Surprised by LG V20

PROs: Battery Life, Speed, Audio, Camera, Second Screen, Fingerprint reader

CONs: No S Pen, No waterproofing, no wireless charging

I was very reluctant to exchange my Note 7 because I thought it was the best phone I ever owner. To my surprise, it wasn't. It most definitely has competition from the LG V20. While there are some feature that the Note 7 has that the LG V20 doesn't like the S Pen, waterproof, edge screen and wireless charging, I still argue that LG V20 might be the best phone I've ever used.

It's battery life is phenomenal. In fact, I believe it is the best I've ever had in the past and it is the best I currently have in my household now. We have a Samsung as well as and iPhone. The phone is extremely quick and responsive. There is virtually never a lag like my Note 7 would do occasionally. It is a large phone with a second screen that I find myself using often. I hardly ever used the Note 7s edge screen. It felt nice in my hands, but I find LG's screen more convenient. For people that are looking for a replacement, I wouldn't look further. However, the LG is a big phone. It is taller and wider, but thinner than the Note 7. It is also considerably lighter, which at first I didn't think I liked. Now I think I prefer. Don't get me wrong, the Note 7 felt very comfortable in my hand. This is a lot wider so it may be tougher for some people to use with a single hand. I am giving it overall 4.5 because I don't believe anything is perfect. However, if I could I would give it 4.9. I was and am in complete shock that I like my first LG phone as much if not more than the Note 7 (was my favorite). I still mis the S Pen. I live in South Florida and the signal and sound quality so far have been excellent!

The media features have been as good if not better than the Note 7. I was planning on keeping this until a new "Note" was released by Samsung, I am not sure now. It will completely depend on how badly I want an S Pen again.

edited Nov 3, 2016, 1:25 AM to read:

Pleasantly Surprised by LG V20

PROs: Battery Life, Speed, Audio, Camera, Second Screen, Fingerprint reader

CONs: No S Pen, No waterproofing, no wireless charging

I was very reluctant to exchange my Note 7 because I thought it was the best phone I ever owner. To my surprise, it wasn't. It most definitely has competition from the LG V20. While there are some feature that the Note 7 has that the LG V20 doesn't like the S Pen, waterproof, edge screen and wireless charging, I still argue that LG V20 might be the best phone I've ever used.

It's battery life is phenomenal. In fact, I believe it is the best I've ever had in the past and it is the best I currently have in my household now. We have a Samsung as well as and iPhone. The phone is extremely quick and responsive. There is virtually never a lag like my Note 7 would do occasionally. It is a large phone with a second screen that I find myself using often. I hardly ever used the Note 7s edge screen. It felt nice in my hands, but I find LG's screen more convenient. For people that are looking for a replacement, I wouldn't look further. However, the LG is a big phone. It is taller and wider, but thinner than the Note 7. It is also considerably lighter, which at first I didn't think I liked. Now I think I prefer. Don't get me wrong, the Note 7 felt very comfortable in my hand. This is a lot wider so it may be tougher for some people to use with a single hand. I am giving it overall 4.5 because I don't believe anything is perfect. However, if I could I would give it 4.9. I was and and am in complete shock that I like my first LG phone as much if not more than the Note 7 (was my favorite). I still miss the S Pen. I live in South Florida and the signal and sound quality so far have been excellent!

The media features have been as good if not better than the Note 7. I was planning on keeping this until the next "Note" was released, but I am not sure now. It will completely depend on how badly I want an S Pen again.

edited Nov 3, 2016, 1:31 AM to read:

Pleasantly Surprised by LG V20

PROs: Battery Life, Speed, Audio, Camera, Second Screen, Fingerprint reader

CONs: No S Pen, No waterproofing, no wireless charging

I was very reluctant to exchange my Note 7 because I thought it was the best phone I ever owner. To my surprise, it wasn't. It most definitely has competition from the LG V20. While there are some feature that the Note 7 has that the LG V20 doesn't like the S Pen, waterproof, edge screen and wireless charging, I still argue that LG V20 might be the best phone I've ever used.

It's battery life is phenomenal. In fact, I believe it is the best I've ever had in the past and it is the best I currently have in my household now. We have a Samsung as well as and iPhone. The phone is extremely quick and responsive. There is virtually never a lag like my Note 7 would do occasionally. It is a large phone with a second screen that I find myself using often. I hardly ever used the Note 7s edge screen. It felt nice in my hands, but I find LG's screen more convenient. For people that are looking for a replacement, I wouldn't look further. However, the LG is a big phone. It is taller and wider, but thinner than the Note 7. It is also considerably lighter, which at first I didn't think I liked. Now I think I prefer. Don't get me wrong, the Note 7 felt very comfortable in my hand. This is a lot wider so it may be tougher for some people to use with a single hand. I am giving it overall 4.5 because I don't believe anything is perfect. However, if I could I would give it 4.9. I was and and am in complete shock that I like my first LG phone as much if not more than the Note 7 (was my favorite). I still miss the S Pen. I live in South Florida and the signal and sound quality so far have been excellent!

The media features have been as good if not better than the Note 7. I was planning on keeping this until the next "Note" was released, but I am not sure now. It will completely depend on how badly I want an S pen again.

edited Nov 5, 2016, 5:23 AM to the current version:

Pleasantly Surprised by LG V20

PROs: Battery Life-19 hours with continuous use and still 20% left, Speed, Audio, Camera, Second Screen, Fingerprint reader accuracy, Feel?

CONs: No S Pen, No waterproofing, no wireless charging, Feel?

I was very reluctant to exchange my Note 7 because I thought it was the best phone I ever owner. To my surprise, it wasn't. It most definitely has competition from the LG V20. While the Note 7 has the S Pen, waterproofing, edge screen and wireless charging, I still argue that LG V20 "might" be the best phone I've ever used.

Best battery life I've ever had in the past and it is the best I currently have in my household now. We have a Samsung as well as an iPhone. The phone is extremely quick and responsive. There is virtually no lag, but my Note 7 would occasionally lag. It is a large phone with a second screen that I find myself using often. I hardly ever used the Note 7s edge screen. It felt nice in my hands, but I find LG's screen more convenient. For people that are looking for a replacement, I wouldn't look further. However, the LG is a big phone. It is taller and wider, but thinner than the Note 7. It is also considerably lighter, which at first I didn't think I liked. Now I think I prefer. Don't get me wrong, the Note 7 felt very comfortable in my hand. This is a lot wider so it may be tougher for some people to use with a single hand. It's tough to describe the feel. I can't decide which I like better in that area. I won't give it a 5 because I don't believe anything is perfect. However, I would give it a 4.9. LG shocked me with my first LG phone. I like it as much if not more than the Note 7 (my favorite). I live in South Florida and the signal and sound quality so far have been excellent!

The media features have been as good if not better than the Note 7. I was planning on keeping this until the next "Note" was released, but I am not sure now. It will completely depend on how badly I want an S pen again.

 

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