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Posted by: Alexander James
« on: December 25, 2020, 16:47:56 »

I've only had Samsung but stopped at the s8 active which I've been using for 4 years.. If you're like me.. I need a 3.5 mm jack.. That's why people won't use Samsung.. Does that answer your question
Posted by: S.Yu
« on: December 14, 2020, 21:04:30 »

News to me that the G and V series are discontinued, to hardcore users that may not be a good thing...
I almost bought the LG G6 three years back but ended up going with another flagship instead. While the phone looked great, the CPU was instantly outdated and they didn't have a good history of security and software updates. The Snapdragon 835 flagship I got instead performs great to this day, though the updates were just as bad.

At this point, I don't know why anyone wouldn't go Samsung, particularly if updates matter, as they're doing four years of security updates along with three Android version updates on their flagships. Now that the S21 is going back to a flat screen, I will probably get that, never would've bought any of the curved screens that they put out all these years and only considered the flat variants like the s10e.

The only remaining consideration is the Exynos/Snapdragon split, but with the latest Exynos benchmarking well, that may not matter as much this time.
Because of the headphone jack, and their price hikes and/or downgrades, and that even if you pay top dollar you get their wonky nonacell camera which fares poorly compared to a more proper implementation of a sensor that size.
Posted by: Sprewell
« on: December 14, 2020, 15:32:28 »

I almost bought the LG G6 three years back but ended up going with another flagship instead. While the phone looked great, the CPU was instantly outdated and they didn't have a good history of security and software updates. The Snapdragon 835 flagship I got instead performs great to this day, though the updates were just as bad.

At this point, I don't know why anyone wouldn't go Samsung, particularly if updates matter, as they're doing four years of security updates along with three Android version updates on their flagships. Now that the S21 is going back to a flat screen, I will probably get that, never would've bought any of the curved screens that they put out all these years and only considered the flat variants like the s10e.

The only remaining consideration is the Exynos/Snapdragon split, but with the latest Exynos benchmarking well, that may not matter as much this time.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: December 14, 2020, 12:09:17 »

More details have started to surface about LG’s upcoming high-end smartphones for 2021. The rollable will take a leaf out of Oppo’s playbook while the flagship handset is going to go toe-to-toe with Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S21 in more ways than one.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/More-details-emerge-about-LG-s-forthcoming-rollable-smartphone-and-next-flagship.509332.0.html

 
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