LG K20 V User Reviews
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Good phone great price
Lizzythetechie has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
Overall a good phone for the price. Only wish there was more RAM and better screen. Also, I would recommend buying a screen protector, since the screen scratches easily, and to download a third party keyboard like gboard. My favorite part is the camera. I takes great photos that are uhd
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Lg k20 plus
Carrie has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
Very disappointed in this phones performance and screen resolution. For the price of the phone through metro pcs of $200 out the door i would've been better off getting the zte zmax plus. The k20 plus hurts my eyes bcuz resolution is really bad and fuzzy. Also the keyboard really sucks! Want to throw this phone in water and return it!
5 out of 18 people found this review helpful.Report
LG K20 plus review
tytanF has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
Very snappy, Very good camera, handles high demanding games very well with its 2 GB RAM, 32 GB of storage, very good build around and inside of the phone. dropped it a few times and nothing happened to it. It is a very good budget phone, honestly would pick this phone over any iphone anyday, I can go about a full day with good amount of use with on screen time. 100% charge in the morning, by the time 11 at night hits its about 32% still, and can last over night with no charge with 32% as well. finger print scanner works very good. very fast geting in to the phone. overall its a good phone.
18 out of 19 people found this review helpful.Report
LG K20 Plus
Able1 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
This phone was purchased as a second choice when i replaced my samsung; So far so good. I've always been a fan of lg phones; but when they moved the power and volume buttons to the back of the phone it didnt make sense to me (Terrible. Idea), so i went samsung. This phone i can work with, volume buttons on the side, power button on the back, perfect. The phone is very light, thin (even with the protective case), responsive and, the Nougat OS has some impressive features that can be improved compared to earlier version OS features, but aside from that this phone's not bad for the price. The 32GB internal storage and, expansion to 2TB is impressive. Aside from some missing features i was use to on other phones, the battery size is a little disappointing, but for a few dollars slight larger capacity batteries are available. The screen brightness range is somewhat lacking, but workable and, the other not so great idea is having the earphone plug on the bottom of the phone, personally i would prefer it on the top of the phone. Because i use kickstand phone protectors, and I'm use to having the option of standing the phone up, as well on its side. But for the price you live with the good and the bad, i do like this phone, and would recommend it.
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LG K20 Plus
jlippolis has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
Only had this a few days but it's been pretty solid so far for this budget LG Android phone.
The Good - Very responsive to apps and switching. Android 7 has nice new features on this phone that have already been helpful. Split screen. Work profile. LG Knock is nice so I don't need to pick the phone up to check messages and such. Love the 32 GB internal space. The camera is nice and autofocus works well. Fingerprint detection on back works well. The scratch resistant screen looks nice when on or turned off and hasn't built up any residue like my old phone. The phone is light and thin. Coming from a Samsung Galaxy 3.
The not so good - I don't really want to call these things "bad". The only items I don't love so far is that the Auto screen brightness is pretty low. I've turned it off and just keep it on medium high because with the auto brightness it's too dim for my liking. That and the 2700 battery needs to be charged pretty much every day so you don't risk losing power. The LG Keyboard takes a little getting used to coming from Samsung but I feel that I can type with fewer errors on this one. Also, the built-in Messenger App didn't have a built-in "back" button so you had to close the keyboard, then press back which I didn't care for. I just downloaded the Android Messenger and all is well.
Over, I think this was a solid upgrade and purchase for under $120 at a local retailer.
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