LG V20 Review.
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LG V20 Review.

  shahid nazir

LG V20 is the beast by LG, and the one that qualifies almost everything in itself. If we seek the whole device there are not many changes from the previous year’s LG V10, the predecessor of the current V20. The company has not done enough to keep the party boy off the hook but did everything to let the people stay in amusement. It has a signature second screen, and dual camera set up and also has wide angle lens front facer. LG this invention lies very close to the powerful offerings of the year like Samsung Galaxy S7 duo and Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

LG V20 Review.

As far as the main screen and secondary screen is concerned, LG V20 has a lot to talk about. The V20’s main display is gigantic 5.7-inch IPS LCD with a pixel resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution, and it is very much the same as what we had experienced for LG V10 and G5. The display has a crispy look with sharp colors and unmatched brightness. The smartphone can be comfortably held in one hand, despite of the fact that it is very slim that it almost slips out of the pocket upside and hand downside.

As far as memory and CPU are concerned, you will find industry leading specs featuring this department. The LG V20 has Quad-core with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU where two cores are humming at 2.15GHz Kryo and two cores clocked at 2.16GHz Kryo. The graphics department is driven by Adreno 530 GPU. The device will come in two memory variant with industry leading 4GB RAM at heart. One version will carry 4GB RAM with 32GB internal memory and the other will have same RAM with 64GB native storage. The LG V20 is expandable up to microSD of 256GB.

The camera department is a hefty deal, it has dual-camera set up with 16MP as rear unit, to capture the crispy and bright selfies all along. The rear camera has laser and phase detection autofocus, dual optical zoom, Optical Image stabilization, dual-LED flash. Other features include Geo-tagging, touch focus, face/smile detection, panorama, and HDR. The secondary is the 5MP front facer with F/ 1.9 aperture which is one step down to the best. However, both cameras have wide angle lens and operate efficiently for snapping quality. The juicer which gives life to the handset is 3200mAh, while Android Nougat powers the LG V20 UI.

A must consider, if you’re looking for a unique handset with high-end features.

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