Narazumono, 14 Jan 2023After the bootloop shenanigans i don't think they're ever coming back Yeah to be honest you're right. As I type this on my V60, I can't help but be angry and hate this phone, because the G5, released 5 years before it, had bootloop issues. Really is just terrible that I can't use this perfectly good feature packed phone which can function as my desktop replacement, video editor, DAW, headphone DAC, camera, and just a great selection of features in general because their phone from 7 years ago bootlooped. I'm going to go return it immediately because of this. And buy a Samsung. Which I've heard has gotten some useful features I've had for years since I last checked out their software, like audio device toggles in the expanded notification shade, clipboard access notifications, histogram in manual camera mode, and picture watermarks. Good to see Samsung has finally caught up with LG in every category except for value for money and hardware features... Yeah still won't be buying a Samsung phone lol. This phone suits my needs, and whether you fear 3 year old phones or not, fact of the matter is this is still a powerful phone capable of performing the power user tasks I throw at it regularly, like video editing, audio mixing, recording, and editing, taking great pictures in manual camera mode, writing large documents in Microsoft word, and storing, organizing, and playing back a large library of digital media.
Hate on LG all you want sir, fact of the matter is even 3 years later there's nothing out there to replace the versatility of a V60. The S22 Ultra and Moto Edge 30 ultra both have desktop modes like the V60, albeit a more versatile implementation, but they don't have headphone jacks or expandable storage. The Sony Xperia 1 IV has great manual camera controls, a headphone jack, expandable storage, but no desktop mode. I'd love to be proven wrong on this, but there just isn't anything out there to replace it's unique set of features even all these years later.
My phone has NEVER bootlooped.
Narazumono, 14 Jan 2023After the bootloop shenanigans i don't think they're ever coming back LG phones hadn't bootlooped since 2015. Samsung phones literally explode on people and they recovered.
Dunte, 14 Jan 2023LG should reconsider smartphone manufacturing. They were the best INNOVATORS. After the bootloop shenanigans i don't think they're ever coming back
LG should reconsider smartphone manufacturing. They were the best INNOVATORS.
Yeah Lg is the one of microled patent holder. But wasn't Apple saying about a custom panel? Lmao no wonder their fans think that iPhone's Samsung displays are Apple development.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2023Some say MicroLED currently can't scale below 55 inches due to how small these individual... morethere are different production methods and materials used for microLED. companies can already produce small microLED displays (sub 2") or big ones (above 76") and it's the sizes in between that aren't possible yet (ignoring how resolution effects sizes for now).
So how much is their microled watch gonna cost? Like $3000?
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2023Some say MicroLED currently can't scale below 55 inches due to how small these individual... moreI don't think it will be a problem. Assuming microLED will wind up in 8K and smaller 4K TVs eventually they will have to make it small at some point.
As much as we like to say Apple is overpriced, their strategy of multiple suppliers is overall good for the tech industry as a whole.
...just to long as the bezels are ZERO (or on their way to zero) because it is a huge waste of screen real estate to have bezels!
Some say MicroLED currently can't scale below 55 inches due to how small these individual LEDS are, but how can you make MicroLED for even smaller display like smartwatch?