6 things that could have made the LG V20 better
The LG V20 is shaping up as a device with a point to prove. Its predecessor, the LG V10, was a daring and innovative phone, featuring two front-facing cameras, an always-on secondary display, and a high-end DAC that produced some excellent sound quality. Unfortunately, for all the good it did, the V10 was ultimately marred by a less than stellar battery, somewhat modest specs, and an overall unsatisfactory user experience.
For the V20, however, LG is coming out with the big guns. Although the phone still carries the experimental and innovative DNA of its predecessor, it’s not just the weird kid on the block. Instead, the LG V20 packs quite a hefty punch with a Snapdragon 820 processor, paired with 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of expandable storage under the hood. But the good doesn’t end there. The phone sports an all-around more eye-pleasing design than the V10, complete with a removable back cover and interchangeable battery, and will likely retain the status of its precursor as the mobile staple for audiophiles. However, for all the improvements that the LG V20 introduces, it could still have been better. So, here are 5 things that could have made the LG V20 a better phone: