LG V20 Latest News, Update & Review: Device Features Recapped, Is a Worthy Contender; Are There More Good Than Bad?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 02, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

The LG V20 has been on the receiving end of critics, especially as it has been dubbed as one of the better Android devices today, if not the best. Despite being said to contain some admirable attributes to date, there are some who think that not everything about it is equally perfect.

The competition has established itself recently, as the LG V20 goes up against the Google Pixel devices such as the Google Pixel and also the already popular iPhone 7. As it has allegedly been called a powerhouse as early as now, some users are urged to take notes on what the assessment of the device has been so far.

According to the official LG website, the LG V20 dons a 5.7-inch QHD 2K display to start with, as well as a remarkable 4 GB worth of RAM. The device holds a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a 3200 mAh battery and an Android 7.0 Nougat flat-out from the beginning. As for the camera, the front camera stands at 8 megapixels, whereas the rear camera has an astonishing 16 megapixels.

Sadly, some review claim otherwise even with the outstanding traits of the LG V20. Some say that the mobile device somewhat drifts off the "mobile" label, being too big for a phone. The software is also said to not be up to par, plus the absence of water-proofing simply puts off some users completely. Overall, the phone is considerably great but the most complained trait is the size of the device which presents users the awful need to adjust their grip over and over.

The LG V20 is typically one of the company's best entries to date, standing alongside the growing industry of devices thus far. For those who look to make use of the opportunity to avail of a new Android device, the LG V20 is considered a worthy enough candidate, but users are to keep in mind of the few downsides within it.

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