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5,7-inch phablet-LG V20 with Android 7.0 Nougat-Multimedia King

LG V20-phablet from the future.The 1st with Android 7.0 Nougat installed.A second screen that can
display notifications or house your own fast toggle settings or
regularly used application shortcuts.A user-replaceable battery.
Micro SD card improvement.4K video. Manual video and
video camera controls- and some questionable army official certification.
A little bit taller, wider and thicker than an apple iphone 7 Plus,this might be the most unnecessary impact on a flagship mobile phone.The top and bottom are actually a unique plastic resin that is
useful when the phone is dropped and it is precisely designed
to make sure that your screen does not come in contact with the ground when dropped on the corners.
But this isn’t a device that is intended to be used with one hand.LG V
This is a 5,7-inch phablet that brings more functionality as well as
size, unlike the iPhone Plus. The LG V20, for example, has directional mic controls. I can’t imagine dialling in precise settings for microphone balance and setting up the gain on a smaller screen or with one
hand. The screen dimension can make fantastic sense for such a highly effective media
creation device and palming off notifications to the secondary display
means all those things do not interfere.
On image capture duty is the very same 16 MP optically stabilised standard
and 8 MP wide-angle cameras from the G5. The selfie camera is down to
5 MP, but adds in a wide-angle view solution. Images are sharp, focus is efficient
(but not the quickest) and the video stabilisation is great.
In terms of multimedia consumption, the LG V20 streaks ahead with a pin-sharp
QHD (1440p) display and a Bang and Olufsen-tuned quad Hi-Fi DAC. The
signal converter amplifier also automatic recognises the quality of the audio output
connected in and will adapt for it. Your new music has never ever sounded this great.
The LG V20 completely addressed all of the build quality problems We had with
the G5. Leaving the modular principle was also a good idea, since the only LG G5
Friend module we was ever intrigued in was the B&O DAC; now it’s built inside of the
V20. I dropped the device a couple of occasions – because I have small hands or the phone
does not fit all the way in my pants pocket – and the drop protection did its job very well.It’s
a amazing device with a few incredibly helpful functions.LG V
DISPLAY: 5,7 inch IPS LCD QHD touchscreen display + 2,1 inch 160 x 1040 pixel
secondary IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
PROTECTION: Corning Gorilla Glass 4, MIL-STD-810G certified for transit
PROCESSOR: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core (2x 2,15 GHz Kryo + 2x 1,6 GHz
Kryo), Adreno 530 GPU
MEMORY: 4 GB RAM, 32 GB storage *test model*, micro SD expansion up to 256 GB
CAMERAS: 16 MP (29 mm, f/1,8) + 8 MP (12 mm, f/2,4) wide angle rear, 5 MP (f/1,9) front
BATTERY: 3 200 mAh
SENSORS: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4,2, GPS, Glonass, fingerprint, gyro, colour spectrum,compass.

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