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# 201284 11-Aug-2016 20:41
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http://lgg6info.com/

 

 

 

wow if those specs are correct then this phone will be a game changer.





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  # 1610310 11-Aug-2016 20:51
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Looks like a small step up, all the modern features but not really a game changer. Just a standard incremental change.


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  # 1610312 11-Aug-2016 20:54
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Also if the rumor is correct on the 4k display. I wonder if they will do what Sony did on the Z5 Premium and lower the res to 1080p for everything apart for video playback and photos?





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  # 1610317 11-Aug-2016 21:01
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4k will be great for VR. Apart from that its pretty useless on a screen that small


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  # 1610425 12-Aug-2016 08:20
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This phone is still well over a year away apparently. Calling complete bullshyte


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  # 1610556 12-Aug-2016 10:56
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Kopkiwi:

 

This phone is still well over a year away apparently. Calling complete bullshyte

 

 

 

 

That "article" was a piece of shyte, really; a combination of PR drivel and general drivel, and just so poorly written and repetitive. Especially ironic given the lack of availability of the G5 and G4 in NZ.

 

What would a 4k screen do to battery life, even if just for photos/videos? The screen on my G3 is more than good enough in terms of resolution, though I guess the point re VR (if you care about this) could be meaningful.

 

That said, I hope it's a good phone - I'd like to stick to the G series when I replace this, and am not comfortable with risking it with either of the G4 or G5.


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