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LG V20 review

 
4.0
Verdict: Update : Sadly, the LG V20 never made its way to regions outside of the US. But there's finally a bit of good news if you were wanting to get your hands on one, or at least something like it. LG is releasing the LG Q8 in European regions. It's a smaller, water-resistant version of the V20.
Read full review at TechRadar UK
1 month ago
TechRadar UK
 

 
4.5
Pros: Audio quality, B&O earphones, vibrant screen, overall performance, manual camera controls, battery
Cons: Quite big in size, missing details in wide-angle snaps
Verdict: For the price, no doubt LG is offering a phone bundled with loads of features, specially B&O Play earphones, Hi-Fi Video Recording and HD Audio recorder, with dual lens in the rear.
Read full review at PC Quest
3 months ago
PC Quest
 

Pros: Good Display, Great Performance, Superb Camera, Decent Battery life, Loud Speaker output, Excellent Audio recording capabilities, Fast charging
Cons: Massive in size, Minute software glitches, Fingerprint sensor with embedded power button have issues, Customary form factor, Second screen is not very useful
Verdict: LG announced its latest Flagship in the month of November last year. The launch was one of the best of all times, announcing the smartphone in a roofless top of a multi-storey hotel, was awesome. However, we're not here to talk about launch. What we have here with us is LG V20 for review.
6 months ago
techmagnifier.com
 

LG V20 review: Feature rich smartphone, but cannot beat most flagships in the market

 
3.5
Verdict: LG is slowly losing its mark in the smartphone market. Not only did the G5 have poor sales, their budget range is no match for its Chinese rivals. Even the Nexus branding was axed by Google this year, something with which LG did well in the past years.
Read full review at Tech2
8 months ago
Tech2
 

 
4.0
Verdict: The smartphone line-up LG presented us with this year has been uninspiring. Sure, the modular design of the G5 was interesting but I felt that too much sway was put on the additional gadgets that came with the handset.
Read full review at htxt.co.za
9 months ago
htxt.co.za
 

LG V20

 
3.7
Pros: Great audio performance, Removable back and battery, Fast
Cons: Camera is only satisfactory, Battery life could have been better, Metal build doesn't feel as premium as it should
Verdict: The LG V20 is a phone for the audiophiles, or for those who want a removable back and battery. However, if those aren't your priorities, then the Google Pixel/Pixel XL or iPhone 7 Plus far surpass the V20, and are better choices.
Read full review at Digit
9 months ago
Digit
 

Verdict: Earlier this year, LG unveiled its V20 smartphone, and as it was the first model anywhere to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the box, it gained attention worldwide. On Monday, the company finally launched the V20 in India.
Read full review at gadgets.ndtv.com
9 months ago
gadgets.ndtv.com
 

LG V20: Australian Review

Verdict: The LG V20 is a very late entrant into this year's Android phone boxing match, but for exactly that reason it's arriving to the fight fresh and with a whole set of new tricks up its sleeve. Is this - very quietly, now - the best Android phone of 2016?
Read full review at Gizmodo
9 months ago
Gizmodo
 

LG V20 review: the definitive live gig smartphone?

 
3.8
Verdict: The LG V20 offers a great but not excellent camera experience (in large part due to the extensive settings), rich audio playback and super-speedy performance. But those hoping to get some fantastic concert recordings will need to do just that – hope.
9 months ago
gearburn.com
 

Pros: Great Build Quality, Good Screen, Brilliant Audio Quality, High Quality Dual Camera Setup, Dual FOV Front Facing Cameras, Extensive Manual Mode for Camera (Photo and Video
Cons: Excessive Noise Reduction on Photos in Auto Mode, User Interface needs a Re-haul, Secondary Screen Could've been Placed Better
Verdict: The LG V series is to the G series what the Galaxy Note series is to the Galaxy S series. However instead of being more of an upgrade or an updated version of the G series, the V series phones have an entirely different personality to themselves.
Read full review at fonearena.com
10 months ago
fonearena.com
 

LG V20 Review

Pros: Great performance, Impressive camera quality, Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, Great display quality, Useful secondary display, Removable battery, Impressive audio quality
Cons: Uninspiring design, Quite expensive
Verdict: LG continues to experiment with its flagship handset and while we've already seen how they're leaning towards as evidenced by the LG G5, their phablet counterpart is a little more subdued. The V series is LG's super-sized ( phablet ) flagship smartphone and the V20 is the second-generation handset.
Read full review at YugaTech
10 months ago
YugaTech
 

Verdict: 2016 is a very Pixelly year. For any other manufacturer to be releasing a new phone at the end of the year, they're going to find it very difficult, especially with the large marketing push Google are doing this year.
Read full review at ausdroid.net
10 months ago
ausdroid.net
 

 
4.1
Pros: Premium performance, Excellent audio quality, Bright, attractive screen, One of the few phones to come with Nougat, Removable battery
Cons: Dual-camera system could be better, Second screen isn't that useful, Not water resistant, Tough to use with one hand, Expensive on certain carriers
Verdict: Don't let its dull looks fool you: Beyond the V20's flagship-level power and slightly tweaked version of Android Nougat is a device tailor-made for creatives. The V20 is an excellent media player (even with lossless files) and doubles as an impressive audio recorder.
Read full review at Engadget
10 months ago
Engadget
 

LG V20 review: the best smartphone for audiophiles

 
4.0
Pros: Great perfomance, Android Nougat, Removable battery, 32-bit Quad DAC chip, Wide angle camera
Cons: No wireless charging, Not waterproof, Camera underperforms in low light, Not available in UK or Europe
Verdict: The LG V20 isn't the perfect smartphone. Neither is it the prettiest nor the longest lasting. It has several shortcomings most notably, it lacks Snapdragon 821, it's not waterproof, it isn't as polished as its competition and it has an IPS rather than an AMOLED screen.
Read full review at AndroidPIT
10 months ago
AndroidPIT
 

LG V20 review: The Android phone for hardcore enthusiasts

 
4.0
Pros: Packed with interesting features. The perfect phone for nerds, Removable battery and Second Screen: nice value-adds, Best audio capabilities of any...
Cons: Photo and video features don't live up to LG's claims, Not the zippiest or refined Android phone available
Verdict: The V20 is packed with interesting features for hardcore enthusiasts, but the user experience feels stale, and camera performance doesn't meet LG's...
Read full review at PC World
10 months ago
PC World
 

 
4.0
Pros: Audiophile-grade quad Hi-Fi DAC, MIL-STD 810G durability, Removable battery, Professional-level audio and video recording controls, Excellent earphones (B&O branded) included
Cons: Average benchmarks, Battery life could be better, Niche features
Verdict: The V20 has a marginally larger battery than its predecessor, with 3,200mAh capacity compared to 3,000 on the V10. Our standard battery test for mobile phones has the following parameters: N.B.
Read full review at hardwarezone.com.my
10 months ago
hardwarezone.com.my
 

Review: LG V20

 
3.5
Pros: Monster specs should appeal to power users. Audio features (both listening and recording) are a major step up. The second display could be a gimmick, but it's actually useful
Cons: The design lacks some polish, especially for the price. Verizon bloatware and LG skin are crummy. It's not waterproof. The fingerprint reader as power button drove me bananas
Verdict: With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 going up in smoke , there's a little more room for other jumbo phones to get some attention. The LG V20 is one of those mammoths, a 5.7-inch display with top-line internals and a handful of distinguishing features.
10 months ago
Wired
 

LG V20 Review: Stealing the Note 7's spotlight

 
4.0
Pros: Display is color accurate, sharp, and bright, Secondary display is surprisingly helpful, Two camera lenses, standard angle, and wide-angle, Replaceable battery, Easy access to innards
Cons: Battery life a day or less, Concerns about fragility of camera array glass, Pricing quite high
Verdict: With the galaxy note 7 quite literally self-destructing and throwing Samsung's holiday plans into disarray, LG finds itself with an unexpected opportunity with the v20. Today we're aiming to provide a review helpful to both former Galaxy Note users and potential users curious about the ins and outs...
Read full review at SlashGear
10 months ago
SlashGear
 

 
4.4
Pros: -Fantastic build -Removable back/battery -MicroSD expansion -Fast performance -Android 7.0 Nougat -Dual rear cameras -QUAD DAC -MIL-STD 810G durability
Cons: -LG's UI feels unpolished -Camera is not strong in low light -Light bleed from second screen
Verdict: So, there you have it for this in-depth look at the LG V20! The V20 may share some similarities with the G5, like a metal build and a dual camera setup on the back, but the former does offer and feature a whole lot more.
10 months ago
androidauthority.com
 

LG V20 Review: A Big-Screen Beast for Content Creators

 
4.0
Pros: Dual rear cameras offer different angles, Great manual controls for photo/video, Handy, always-on second screen, High-gain microphones, Removable battery
Cons: Expensive, No waterproofing, So-so battery life
Verdict: The LG V20 is a bit of a strange beast. It looks like an enlarged LG G5 and skips most of the design features that made last year's V10 unique. Its battery life is pretty average, and with a price tag starting at around $750 (depending on which carrier you choose), it's not cheap, either.
Read full review at Tom's Guide
11 months ago
Tom's Guide
 

Review: LG's V20 is a different kind of phone -- in a good way

Pros: Fine performance; exceptional sound quality; extremely detailed control of audio and video; replaceable battery; innovative UI
Cons: Fit and finish not as sleek as competitors; expensive; not water resistant; UI may not be to everyone's taste
Verdict: The LG V20 is, you may have gathered, a lot of phone, with some risky design options: a replaceable battery with the physical disadvantages that entails; an uncommon and unorthodox UI; unusually detailed and successful audio-video features.
11 months ago
computerworld.com
 

 
4.0
Verdict: Android 7, aka , has been rolling out primarily to Google's Nexus and new Pixel phones, as well as a few Motorola handsets, but a new Nougat contender has entered the fray, hot off the press from . The LG V20 is the follow-on to last year's and a current follow-up to the modular recently.
11 months ago
HotHardware
 

LG V20 Review

 
4.0
Pros: Exceptional cameras, Sleek, tough metal body, Removable battery, Android 7.0 installed, Excellent audio performance, Second screen works well for notifications
Cons: Not waterproof, B&O certification not available in the U.S, Unlocked version may not work outside U.S and Korea
Verdict: Whether it's taking sexy selfies or scenic landscapes, the LG V20 is the camera phone for the job.
Read full review at Digitaltrends
11 months ago
Digitaltrends
 

LG V20 review: Inconsistent greatness

Pros: Useful secondary display and vibrant main display, Premium design, Impressive wide-angle dual-camera setup, Groundbreaking audio experience
Cons: Inconsistent performance for camera & other large apps, Slow boot time, Not waterproof, Tendency to slightly overheat
Verdict: Can it compete? The LG V20 is in many ways an amazing phone. It has everything it needs -- premium design, fantastic camera, leading audio quality and even an interesting future-forward always-on display feature.
Read full review at mobilesyrup.com
12 months ago
mobilesyrup.com
 

It's kinda good.

 
5.0
Pros: Replaceable battery, Call quality, FM radio, Fingerprint scanner (sometimes doesn't work well, Video recording, Speed of battery charging (if you have a good charger, Relatively fast responsive, Big display
Cons: Battery life, Quality of the display, Gets hot, Glitches, 4GB of memory isn't enough these days, Front camera isn't good as I would want, Problems with data transfer through cable, Not water resistant, Wide camera mode isn't good sometimes, Music player isn't good enough, Second screen isn't fully...
Verdict: Decided to buy v20 instead of Galaxy s7. Not impressed. First problem - battery. I have to charge the phone during a day. Reception isn't the best. Maybe because I'm a Tmobile customer. 4GB of RAM memory isn't enough these days. 64 GB of storage too. The phone gets hot.
Read full review at phonearena.com
2 weeks ago
phonearena.com
 

Not A Fan

 
1.0
Verdict: I have been a Samsung fan since having the Galaxy S5 and Note 4. They were great phones but needed an upgrade after dropping my Note 4 and cracking the LCD screen. It was done at that point.
Read full review at Wireless AT&T
3 weeks ago
Wireless AT&T
 

Love love love!

 
3.0
Verdict: Wait... Can I put 10 stars? This phone is amaizing! Well, my husband kept saying "i told you so!" And he was right! I finally made the switch from my IPhone 6 to and Android. Blasphamy right? LoL For those people that thinks that apple are "god".. Make the switch.
Read full review at Amazon
1 month ago
Amazon
 

1st impressions: Outstanding!

 
1.0
Verdict: Bought it in pink on 20.6.17 for my better half, got it yesterday. Packing & delivery: ordinary. Seller: en vog gadgets. Looks: I must say the product pics do no justice to its real shade. Its gorgeous! Not light pink,its dark. The back cover provided has same shade.
Read full review at amazon.in
2 months ago
amazon.in
 

beauty beats price

 
4.0
Verdict: ah! what a beauty. the awesome appearance creating a feel to acquire one some how
Read full review at InfiBeam
3 months ago
InfiBeam
 

LG V20

 
3.5
Pros: 1.. Amezing sound quality...high fi dack is really good...best output sound..but htc 10 is slightly better..my opinion., 2..build quality good, 3..snapdragon 820.., 4...very good earphone provide for ths phn.., 5...dual sim plus memory card., 6..removal battary.
Cons: 1...camera not up to the mark as a like flagshp..lg g5 front camera better than v20...s7 edge rear far far better.., 2...very average battary life., 3..high price., 4..high end gaming performance not up the mark..heating problem..when you play high end game.., 5..overwall nice phn.
Verdict: V20 a good phone from lg...a flagshp phone ..with very good sound quality..and removal battary...camera good..but not a like g5.g6..s7 edge...built quality better then g5..very average battary life...bo earphn good sound quality...
Read full review at smartprix.com
4 months ago
smartprix.com
 

Amazing smartphone, definitely recommend!

 
5.0
Verdict: The LG V20, what can i say. At the time of buying, was priced at £376 inc shipping and what a bargain it was! First of all for that price i really didn't know what to expect, a damaged item or missing accessories but no. Everything was in there.
Read full review at Amazon
4 months ago
Amazon
 

LG V20 records really high-quality audio and features a swappable battery and secondary wide-angle lens

 
5.0
Verdict: LG V20 is another android that easily beats the iPhone.?
Read full review at bell.ca
4 months ago
bell.ca
 

Unlock the freaking bootloader or I can't rate higher than 3 stars

 
5.0
Verdict: I have been a long time fan of LG phones even back to the function phone years. LG has it's own design philosophy and V10 and this phone is the best presentation, they are not made for the masses but to the people in need they fit much better than others' offers.
Read full review at amazon.ca
5 months ago
amazon.ca
 

V20 is best bang for your buck well worth the buy!!

 
5.0
Verdict: I believe this phone is best value of any smartphone and I have galaxy s6 and IPhone 7plus 128gb as well. It has been a very pleasant surprise the battery life is better than Samsung phones not quite as long lasting as IPhone 7 plus but not by much.
Read full review at Verizon Wireless
5 months ago
Verizon Wireless
 

Removable battery and SD card make this a winner

 
5.0
Verdict: I made this purchase about a month ago. The phone itself is great. Love having the removable battery, memory and dual SIM available in case I need to use them - features that are becoming increasingly rare on high end phones.
7 months ago
JB Hi-Fi
 

Depends What You Want In A Phone; But Much Better Than The Reviews

 
4.5
Pros: Look and Feel, Second Screen, Removable Battery, SD Card Slot, Nougat
Cons: Mediocre Battery Life (So Buy A Second Battery And Keep It Charged Just In Case
Verdict: Really enjoying the phone so far. Replaced The Launcher With Nova Prime as a matter of course. Camera does everything I would want it to and more. Lack of waterproofing not an issue for me. It definitely was a tad larger than I would have liked but you quickly get used to that. Charges fast.
Read full review at CNET
7 months ago
CNET
 

Great camera

 
5.0
Pros: Style/Design, Features/Settings, Performance, Quality, easy to use
Verdict: I went to Italy last month and the camera on this phone allowed me to take great pictures. The attached pics were taken without any camera adjustments.
Read full review at LG Electronics Ratings and Reviews
8 months ago
LG Electronics Ratings and Reviews
 

Amazing

 
5.0
Verdict: This might be the best phone I've every owned, and I don't even usually like LG phones. The dual cameras are gorgeous and it's easy to switch between the standard and wide angle lenses. With 64 gigs of space I don't even need an SD card.
Read full review at Overstock
8 months ago
Overstock
 

Interesting design

 
3.0
Pros: -Durable body, -Snappy hardware, -Excellent camera, -Great speakers, -Innovative "secondary" display, -REMOVABLE BATTERY AND EXPANDABLE STORAGE, -IR blaster
Cons: -No waterproofing, -Pricy on NCIX, -Tons of bloatware and poor software skin design, -No wireless charging, -Poor battery life, -Although having an innovative secondary display, the primary display isnt that great given its price point
Verdict: Interesting design but overall, imo, not a great execution. Basic features such as better battery life, waterproofing and clean OS are lacking in a high-end smartphone that should have these areas covered.
9 months ago
NCIX.com
 

Satisfying replacement for a Note 7

 
3.0
Verdict: Coming off the disappointment of the Note 7's failure, I had a hard time finding a phone I wanted to buy. I decided to give the LG V20 a try and was surprised to find that I actually prefer it to the Note 7.
Read full review at B&H Photo
10 months ago
B&H Photo
 

LG V20 64GB Urban Grey, Parallel Imported, 1 year PB Warranty, (NZ POWER PLUG and NZ CONVERTER INCLUDED)

 
5.0
Verdict: I ordered this morning at 8am and paid for express shipping and I received it at 9.20am! Thank you for the speedy delivery. The phone is beautiful and I am so glad I chose this over the Google Pixel :)
10 months ago
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