About LG

Few cell phone manufacturers have received as much attention as LG over the past several years, mainly because they keep coming out with great devices. LG is responsible in large part for turning cell phones into show phones, with sexy form factors, brushed metal fascias and functionality to back up the good looks.

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LG is an enormous multinational corporation with 75 subsidiaries throughout the world, but their cell phone division has truly been one of their showpieces. You may be familiar with the “Shine Line” of phones that include a number of shiny flips and sliders that have racked up huge sales for carriers.

By 2005 LG was a Top 100 global brand. In addition to great cell phones, LG is the largest manufacturer of liquid crystal displays.

The company got its start in 1958 under the name GoldStar, making radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners.


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Digital Photography Review

An excellent device for content production and a great smartphone in general use

LG V30

from Digital Photography Review

With its extreme wide angle secondary camera and and extensive video feature set, the LG V30 makes a great device for vloggers or anyone else interested in video production with a smartphone. The wide angle works great in still photography as well, allowing you to squeeze more into the frame, without the need for accessory lenses.

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With its extreme wide angle secondary camera and and extensive video feature set, the LG V30 makes a great device for vloggers or anyone else interested in video production with a smartphone. The wide angle works great in still photography as well, allowing you to squeeze more into the frame, without the need for accessory lenses.

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TechSpot

LG's biggest and most beautiful smartphone

LG V30

from TechSpot

There have been a lot of ‘almost great’ smartphone releases in 2017, and the LG V30 is another such example. There’s a lot of great, if not excellent things about this phone, but at the same time there are a couple of issues that, in the face of strong competition, are hard to ignore.

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There have been a lot of ‘almost great’ smartphone releases in 2017, and the LG V30 is another such example. There’s a lot of great, if not excellent things about this phone, but at the same time there are a couple of issues that, in the face of strong competition, are hard to ignore.

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Gadget Review

Most well-rounded smartphone to date

LG V30

from Gadget Review

The LG V30 is a feature-packed smartphone. It sports all the luxuries we’ve come to expect in a top-end flagship these days, like waterproofing, wireless charging, and small bezels, but takes a couple extra steps with a brilliant wide-angle camera and HiFi audio. It’d be a winner if i...More

The LG V30 is a feature-packed smartphone. It sports all the luxuries we’ve come to expect in a top-end flagship these days, like waterproofing, wireless charging, and small bezels, but takes a couple extra steps with a brilliant wide-angle camera and HiFi audio. It’d be a winner if its P-OLED screen and user interface could keep up with the finest.

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T3

Distinctive design, intelligent software, outstanding camera

Google Pixel 2 XL

from T3

Both the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL show Google now has clear vision for its flagship smartphones. The design is distinctive and has character, the camera continues to be outstanding, and the software it very intelligent. We think the Pixel 2 XL's edge-to-edge screen makes it the one to go for.

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Both the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL show Google now has clear vision for its flagship smartphones. The design is distinctive and has character, the camera continues to be outstanding, and the software it very intelligent. We think the Pixel 2 XL's edge-to-edge screen makes it the one to go for.

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Phone Scoop

The most Androidful Android phone

Google Pixel 2 XL

from Phone Scoop

Google and LG did a decent job with the Pixel 2 XL, but they could have done better. This flagship should have absolutely no peers, and yet missteps have marred it a bit.

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Google and LG did a decent job with the Pixel 2 XL, but they could have done better. This flagship should have absolutely no peers, and yet missteps have marred it a bit.

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Android Police

Proof that LG can build a grown-up phone, mostly

LG V30

from Android Police

The V30 is a largely competent high-end smartphone, and probably the best phone LG's ever built. Like the Pixel 2 XL, its OLED display is the clearest (or rather, muddiest) weakness. Unlike the Google phone, though, it doesn't have class-leading [and bloat-free] software, three years of bein...More

The V30 is a largely competent high-end smartphone, and probably the best phone LG's ever built. Like the Pixel 2 XL, its OLED display is the clearest (or rather, muddiest) weakness. Unlike the Google phone, though, it doesn't have class-leading [and bloat-free] software, three years of being guaranteed the latest version of Android, or a camera with near-magical performance.

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G Style Magazine

A great phone

Google Pixel 2 XL

from G Style Magazine

It should be no surprise that a software company like Google, the ones who created and support Android, would have excellent software on their Android device. And the Google Pixel 2’s hardware is a simple but good-looking vessel for their software!

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It should be no surprise that a software company like Google, the ones who created and support Android, would have excellent software on their Android device. And the Google Pixel 2’s hardware is a simple but good-looking vessel for their software!

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TechRadar

A midrange phone that people will mistake for a flagship

LG Q6

from TechRadar

Unofficially titled the “LG G6 mini”, the Q6 is an impressive midrange phone on its own. While it lacks certain flagship features and annoyingly, a fingerprint sensor, the FullVision display and rear-facing camera are stand-out inclusions that you probably won’t find elsewhere for this cheap.

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Unofficially titled the “LG G6 mini”, the Q6 is an impressive midrange phone on its own. While it lacks certain flagship features and annoyingly, a fingerprint sensor, the FullVision display and rear-facing camera are stand-out inclusions that you probably won’t find elsewhere for this cheap.

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finder.com.au

The best pure Android phone yet

Google Pixel 2 XL

from finder.com.au

The Pixel 2 XL excels in essential photography and general app performance, although the screen could be improved and the overall design isn't that flashy.

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The Pixel 2 XL excels in essential photography and general app performance, although the screen could be improved and the overall design isn't that flashy.

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Cnet

A fantastic phone that nearly does it all

LG V30

from Cnet

The LG V30 is a rock-solid alternative to Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Plus and the Google Pixel 2 XL. If it fits your hands and your photographic needs, you won't be disappointed.

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The LG V30 is a rock-solid alternative to Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Plus and the Google Pixel 2 XL. If it fits your hands and your photographic needs, you won't be disappointed.

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mork

Tracfone tragedy

LG 500G

I bought the phone expecting to buy minutes from Tracfone.  Tracfone said no they don't support 2g phones anymore. So, oh....ok
Melissa

Worst phone ever

LG Aristo

This phone is crap. The last phone I had was like $80 at Wal-Mart and it lasted me like 2 years before it started acting up. I've had this phone barely 2 months and I can already hardly use it. Apps crash constantly, keyboard doesn't pop up half the time when it's supposed to, articles and pages linked...More
This phone is crap. The last phone I had was like $80 at Wal-Mart and it lasted me like 2 years before it started acting up. I've had this phone barely 2 months and I can already hardly use it. Apps crash constantly, keyboard doesn't pop up half the time when it's supposed to, articles and pages linked on fb close out almost all the time. Its ridiculously glitchy. I haven't even finished paying for this phone and I'm already about to replace it. Don't waste your money. Less
CatS

Bought one through Straight Talk from Walmart only to get home and find it it was defective but not even turn on or charge. And before I can get to th

LG Stylo 3 Plus

Gen

My LG Aristo is over heating, it feels like my ear is burning when I talk on the phone and it freezes sometimes .

LG Aristo

Iv been having the phone for 2 months.
My phone gets hot 5 minutes after i turn it on. And the battery life is horrible.And ive read horrible reviews on it. They need to fix it before catches fire like samsung. But no one ever does anything til someone dies
Its a good phone but can have some problems with the different volume system . but overall its good.
ronn

it seems to be a great value, works fine

LG Aristo

only had it for a week, no complaints, seems fine

Peachcobbler
Peachcobbler

Do your phone get hot in the top right corner? Hows the battery with normal use??

Danny-Lane

great and good

LG Escape 3

I haven't not gotten this cellular yet but i expet it to be a grood one
Alfie

Worst phone ever put in place of my hand.

LG Joy

The battery dies so quick, even when the screen is off, it's generally a slow phone, all the apps crash and the camera is the worst. Trading it for an iPhone.

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