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  # 1728252 1-Mar-2017 12:27
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Kopkiwi:

 

LG are w$nkers. No wireless charging outside USA, 3 year old camera sensor and a still gimped 3300mAh battery. Not to mention the Quad Hi-Fi DAC only being available to some Asian markets...

 

 

 

 

There is no need for that. If you don't like it, buy another brand. They obviously don't see the volumes they require from NZ. 

 

I was annoyed recently that Asics sold out of stock of squash shoes and when I asked when they expected to get another shipment, I was told 4-6 months. 

 

When I asked why, they responded: 

 

ONE big shoe store will sell more squash shoes in a week than the entire NZ sales for an entire year. We don't get priority because sales are so low. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Err, what? Location has NOTHING to do with it. America is the ONLY country getting wireless charging, why? Because they changed the position of the SD card slot, stupid move. Asia is the only market getting the Quad DAC, why? Just because. This has absolutely nothing to do with region and everything to do with lazy OEM.


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  # 1728280 1-Mar-2017 13:14
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Gosh i can see you are very angry at LG!




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  # 1728287 1-Mar-2017 13:25
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joker97: Gosh i can see you are very angry at LG!

 

 

 

More disappointed. They're heading the way of HTC. Which is a shame, the G2 is still my favorite Android phone I've owned. But they're seriously stagnated since then and the G6 highlights that




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  # 1735710 13-Mar-2017 13:01
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Kopkiwi:

 

LG are w$nkers. No wireless charging outside USA, 3 year old camera sensor and a still gimped 3300mAh battery. Not to mention the Quad Hi-Fi DAC only being available to some Asian markets...

 

 

It may be a 3 year old sensor, but early verdicts see it equally, or surpassing, the Pixel:

 

Toms Guide here

 

Android central here

 

 


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  # 1735752 13-Mar-2017 13:58
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Kopkiwi:

 

LG are w$nkers. No wireless charging outside USA, 3 year old camera sensor and a still gimped 3300mAh battery. Not to mention the Quad Hi-Fi DAC only being available to some Asian markets...

 

 

It may be a 3 year old sensor, but early verdicts see it equally, or surpassing, the Pixel:

 

Toms Guide here

 

Android central here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congrats, it beats a year old phone. Once the P10 Plus/Mate 10/ S8/+/Note 8, Pixel X, HTC 11 release it'll be long forgotten despite only being a couple months old.


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  # 1735756 13-Mar-2017 14:02
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Kopkiwi:

 

dafman:

 

Kopkiwi:

 

LG are w$nkers. No wireless charging outside USA, 3 year old camera sensor and a still gimped 3300mAh battery. Not to mention the Quad Hi-Fi DAC only being available to some Asian markets...

 

 

It may be a 3 year old sensor, but early verdicts see it equally, or surpassing, the Pixel:

 

Toms Guide here

 

Android central here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congrats, it beats a year old phone. Once the P10 Plus/Mate 10/ S8/+/Note 8, Pixel X, HTC 11 release it'll be long forgotten despite only being a couple months old.

 

 

I don't know - the picture quality looks inferior to the Pixel to me!





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