Would releasing the LG G6 earlier help LG in raking some more fans its way?
posted by Paul K. / Dec 27, 2016, 9:36 AM
LG hasn't had much luck with its flagships lately. The G4 was interesting, but barely got people to open their wallets, and the G5's modular design is fun to think about, but it seems no one is interested in actually using it as it was implemented. And while the V20 is a great phone, everything about it signals “niche product”. In any case, LG definitely needs something to draw attention back to its otherwise pretty nice mainstream phones. Dual cameras weren't it, and modules didn't seem to do it last time. Whatever the company has planned for 2017, having an extra month of breathing room so that customers can be exposed to the new gizmo without much interference could actually help. What do you think?
Do you think the LG G6 arriving a month earlier would help its sales?
Absolutely. LG makes great phones, it just needs some breathing room to shine
Depends on the device and features
Nah, LG should spend more time ironing out any possible kinks. Don't make it a second Note 7
I am pretty sure the G6 doesn't have a chance no matter what
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I rather have them take more time and release a fault free phone(hw & sw), unlike the G4 with the boot loop of death and bad executed G5
posted on Dec 27, 2016, 9:43 AM 1
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No difference, htc and lg should just dissapear. Every year is a let down.
posted on Dec 27, 2016, 9:54 AM 3
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For you. Alot of people love their phones.
posted on Dec 27, 2016, 12:38 PM 3
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There is not a lot wrong with LG phones except the poor battery life. They have removable batteries but they have poor battery life. Somehow they have not worked how to get the most out of the cells.
posted on Dec 27, 2016, 2:37 PM 1
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After the g4 bootloop issue which I experienced with the first try I gave them, I will never purchase another mobile from them. Makes no sense making great phones that don't even last the warranty period
posted on Dec 27, 2016, 4:48 PM 0
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Every time new phones are released there are a few bad apples in every batch. That's like saying I will never buy a Samsung phone because my Note 7 exploded. Well not all Note 7's had this problem. I have had my G4 since release date and haven't experienced one bootloop issue.
posted on Dec 28, 2016, 2:53 AM 0
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