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Hong Kong HKD 2,859
Indonesia IDR 4,299,000
Malaysia MYR 998
Philippines PHP 16,725
Singapore SGD 501
Thailand THB 12,143
Vietnam VND 3,900,000

LG V20 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2017-04-17
The LG V20 is the Korean's mid-year flagship, taking a more refined step from the successful LG V10. It's unique approach of a multimedia based smartphone with flexibility makes it still a unique smartphone to own even today. So with that, here are our po...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-13
Two thousand and sixteen was the year of VR, modular phones and dual-lens cameras. We've seen a lot of those all year round, but only a handful actually turned out to be great at either one or two. Sadly, most turned out to be just dipsticks to test if th...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-21
Joey Santos is a DJ/producer and an online educator, and serves as the Content Creative at Digital DJ Tips, the world's largest training site for Digital DJs. When LG sent us their new flagship phone, the V20, said to boast great audio features, we enlist...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-22
Hi-Fi Quad DAC for audiophiles, Can record high-definition audio, B&O in-ear headphones included, Dual camera setup, MIL-STD-810G certification, Removable batteryAverage benchmark performance, Battery life could still be improved
Smartphones were born in a flurry of creativity this year. To cap the year off, LG launched its V20 flagship device. The new device is set to be on par with – if not outshine – products from rival brands such as Apple , Google , and Samsung .The V20 joins...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Great performance, Impressive camera quality, Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, Great display quality, Useful secondary display, Removable battery, Impressive audio qualityUninspiring design, Quite expensive
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...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
We've been using a Korean telecom unit of the LG V20 as our daily driver for the last week (loaned to us by LG Philippines) . After thoroughly abusing it as much as we can for a little over a week, we've come to an initial conclusion that this device can...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-26
With the release of the LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 lineup, the LG V2 might not be the first name you think of when you walk into a carrier store right now, but you might want to consider it nonetheless. Released only about eight months ago, the V2 re...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-09
The LG V10 is a proverbial Frankenstein of a smartphone. It's the only phone around with two screens, three cameras and an abundance of other awesome hardware features. That is, until the LG V20 came around.You'll be happy to know that the new V20 is just...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-09
Update: The LG V20 is confirmed for release on October 28 in the US for $799 unlocked, and November 8 in Australia for AU$1,099. Sadly, the UK is being left high-and-dry for this anticipated release – at least, until LG informs us otherwise.We've spent t...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Easier to use with one hand, An elegant, visually appealing phone, Dustand waterresistant, Upgraded wideangle camera, Wireless charging, Battery life seems better (to be confirmed by further testing), Greater screen area, Secondary display could be useful...
Note: This comparison was made using a pre-production LG G6 running close-to-final software. While not much is expected to change for the final version of the phone, we've still decided not to display any benchmark results or charts. We'll update the com...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-02
Good Display, Great Performance, Superb Camera, Decent Battery life, Loud Speaker output, Excellent Audio recording capabilities, Fast chargingMassive in size, Minute software glitches, Fingerprint sensor with embedded power button have issues, Customary form factor, Second screen is not very useful
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...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-24
There are only a few phones that I get really excited about every year. The LG V20 is one of those phones, the ultra-premium feature list with things like a built-in headphone DAC are always interesting. This is also one of only a few phones on the premiu...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-17
LG's smartphones in recent years are nothing short of novel. The LG G5 and its modular design, although having received mixed response, has no doubt set the pace for the development of modular smartphones in the market. The next flagship, the LG V20, that...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-13
You've got to hand it to LG. In a saturated market filled to the brim with debates between Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy fans, they're the brand that's at least making an effort to be interesting. LG's ideas for what a phone can be may not always catch...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-08
Superb audio and a 3.5mm aux port, Supports up to 2TB SD cards (for those massive 4K videos, this is a must), Dual screenI'm expected to give the phone back to LG, Battery life could be better, Camera's image stabilisation isn't great
When the LG V20 arrived on my desk, the first thing I wondered is, “Could this be one of those smartphones that's hugely underestimated and criminally overlooked by consumers?” The V20 is the successor to LG's V10. It's been completely redesigned, and loo...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-06
LG's V20, its uber-flagship, has what no other has – a removable battery in a svelte 7.6mm thin, MIL-SPEC-810G, aircraft aluminium case, and that is just the start.The short version is that this has a 5.7” QHD IPS screen; a second “ticker” style notificat...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-31
Superb audio playback capabilities, Wide angle camera is fun to use, Manual shooting modes for video and stills, Hi quality voice recording capabilitiesAverage battery life, Software is overwhelming, Secondary display feels like a gimmick, “Do you consider yourself to be a demanding user? Then the LG V20 might be for you”, There are compact digital cameras and there are professional DSLRs. There are cons...
There are compact digital cameras and there are professional DSLRs. There are consumer-grade headphones and there are professional headphones. There are home desktops and there are gaming desktops. In that vein, if there are smartphones, shouldn't profess...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-23
Audio quality, B&O earphones, vibrant screen, overall performance, manual camera controls, batteryQuite big in size, missing details in wideangle snaps
Looking for a large screen phablet with excellent audio experience? LG V20 is just this with HD Audio Recorder, High AOP Mic, 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC and manual controls over the camera (Hi-Fi Video Recording, 16MP and 8 MP Wide Angle camera). It has the la...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-16
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. L...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-10
The LG V20 combines a metal body with militarygrade shock resistance and a removable back and battery, Bright screen with great color accuracy and good contrast, Secondary screen is innovative, adds more functionality than just an alwayson mode, One of th...Not everyone will love the design, No dust or waterproofing, Wideangle camera is fixed focus, and it's not as sharp as the main one at pixel level
The LG V20 is the epitome of LG's technology and the embodiment of a no-comprise phone. It has two screens, two cameras, four high-quality digital-to-analog converters, an MIL-STD-compliant shock-resistant all-metal body with the trademark LG removable ba...
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