Don't let its dull looks fool you: Beyond the V20's flagship-level power and slightly tweaked version of Android Nougat is a device tailor-made for creatives. The V20 is an excellent media player (even with lossless files) and doubles as an impressive audio recorder. The dual-camera system still needs some work compared to LG's rivals, but at least shooting in manual mode is a pleasure. In the end, the V20 might be a must-buy for audiophiles, but everyone else should consider other options first.
- Premium performance
- Excellent audio quality
- Bright, attractive screen
- One of the few phones to come with Nougat
- Removable battery!
- Dual-camera system could be better
- Second screen isn't that useful
- Not water resistant
- Tough to use with one hand
- Expensive on certain carriers
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- User Reviews (1)
- 82AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsWired70Review: LG V20If the things that bother me don’t bother you, and you yearn for a smartphone that caters to heavy-duty usage, and especially if you take recording and listening to music on a smartphone seriously, the V20 could fit you just right.CNET80LG V20 review: The concert-goer's phoneThe LG V20 is the best phone you can buy with a removable battery, and its audio recording prowess is a cherry on top, but skip the phone if neither is a priority.PC Mag90LG V20The attractive LG V20 phablet is overflowing with features that will appeal to audiophiles, photographers, and average Android users alike.Android Authority90LG V20 review: a premium phone that will delight aWith two screens, a QUAD DAC, and dual cameras, the LG V20 is a productivity and media powerhouse that can fill the void for those who want more out of their smartphone.TechRadar80LG V20 reviewThere’s no contest: the LG V20 is the most feature-packed smartphone of the year. It’s a phablet that mostly nails the basics and adds on a ton of niche features, some of which you might not use all that much.The Verge80LG V20 review: lots of features, less refinementThe LG V20 just doesn’t hit the mark for me. I’m a big fan of its audio recording capabilities, but after more than a week with the phone, that and the wide angle camera remain my favorite things about it — and there’s not much else.Android Central80LG V20 review: Everything a power user wantsSpec junkies ... will be all over it; and rightfully so, as the V20 does just about everything you could want and does it pretty darn well. The general consumers looking for a more thoughtful, well-balanced and considered phone are likely to drift in the direction of LG's high-end competition.phoneArena80LG V20 ReviewIf all you need is a good phone that just works, the LG V20 probably isn’t the best option for you. But if you see yourself as a geek, as a technology fan who knows how to make the most of a phone like this, I’d recommend giving it a try.Forbes90LG V20 Review: Heavy Metal, Without The CompromiseFor people who liked/loved the V10, the V20 won't disappoint. And for those who've never tried an LG phone, the V20 is the one to try, because it's the best phone the company has made yet.Digital Trends80LG V20 REVIEWWhether it’s taking sexy selfies or scenic landscapes, the LG V20 is the camera phone for the job.
- 60AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsNeelotpal60February 28, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The Battery and The Laggy UI is the Bane of This Beautiful Device...