File this under “better late than never”, but circling back to the V20, we’re apt to almost call this a long term review. This phone was plagued by missteps and a victim of bad timing. LG announced it less than a day before Apple unveiled the iPhone 7. LG claimed it would be the first phone shipping with Android 7.0 Nougat, but in some regions the Google Pixel beat it too the punch. We also can’t overlook the rather poor marketing for this phone. When large phone aficionados are likely hurting due to the lack of a Galaxy Note this year, LG was fairly tepid in advertising what was unique about this phablet offering.

Still, for all the coverage we’ve produced for this device, it’s worth tying it all up into one final verdict. Is the V20 the power user device you’ve been dreaming of? Let’s take a look!

LG V20 Video Review: How not to launch a great smartphone…

LG V20 Real Camera Review
LG V20 Real Audio Review
LG V20 vs LG V10
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