After a long time, the LG V20 has launched. With leaks started in mid-July LG starting to tease the appliances and there was a good hype build up around it. Most rumors turned out to be true, and the first picture leaks were accurate. Now we had the device on our hand and were able to form a view based on short, real-world experience.
Industrial design of LG V20
LG has worked to develop the LG V20 by adding more of what worked as well as remove or diminish what was secondary to the consumers. The LG V20 remains predominantly centered around three things:
1. The chassis design and durability
2. The camera experience
3. The removable battery
Its design is looking like a premium all-metal phone, without losing any durability. The plastic back cover is replaced with a tough all-metal cover, which is detachable at the touch of a button. That creates changing the battery very easy, deprived of any nail action. It is also comparatively light. The LG V20 is a little slimmer than Note 7 (153.5 x 73.9 x 7.9mm).
The LG V20 is equipped with the 5.7-inch QHD IPS LCD Display with Quantum Dots. Quantum Dots can be embedded in LCD display to provide better control over the color spectrum. Typically, people think of Quantum Dots as a color-saturation improving technology but its side effects are that it requires less back light energy to deliver the same level of color/brightness, so it’s a little more energy efficient.
Cameras: “wide angle
One of the chief selling points of the LG V20 is the camera. The main camera system is composed of two cameras. One is 16 Megapixel (f1.8) with a usual angle (75 Degree) while other is 8 Megapixels (f2.4) with a wide angle (135 Degree). LG has enhanced the auto-focus of the LG V20 from its precursor by adding a hybrid auto-focus (hybrid AF). The V20 will be loaded with the Phase Detection and Laser AF.
Hi-Fi Audio in the Video Recording
Throughout video recording, it’s probably to use high-quality Hi-Fi audio. With three microphones that have a greater Acoustic overload point (AOP), the LG V20 should be capable of recording in super-loud environments for example concerts, with much fewer distortions (or none) when compared to the cell phone with ordinary microphones.