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On this week's show: the Trump administration plays with nationalizing private-sector infrastructure, the spec wars continue on in China and Huawei prepares for launch.
It appears not all US-based owners of LG G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X phones plagued by the bootloop defect will be compensated for their sorrow after all.
Those who owned the G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X and experienced bootloops during usage are apparently getting vindication.
The phone was not supposed to be getting this software update, but alas, it has. And only nine months after the last security patch.
This purported LG V30 looks way more similar to the G6 than the V20, with a single "FullVision" display on deck and a shiny glass back.
Radically different from the V20, but perhaps similar to the G6, the narrow-bezel LG V30 is expected out at IFA 2017 in Berlin on August 31.
One man's misfortune is another one's gain, and while LG V10 and G4 users stateside still need to wait for Nougat, LG K8 V owners can rejoice.
The LG V10 is basically gone from the limelight but far from forgotten when it comes to software support, with Nougat rolling out now in Korea.
The class, which consisted of G4 and V10 owners, is about to grow as Girard Gibbs, LLP, is looking for affected G5, V20 and Nexus 5X users.
LG can't escape the consequences of its bootloop blunders forever, facing a class action lawsuit started by several disgruntled G4 and V10 users.
The two phones are rapidly approaching their two-year software support clock and the company said that they aren't ripe for Nougat. But they'll get it.
We can't be sure this is the LG G6, although it certainly fits the description, sadly packing a previous-gen Qualcomm SoC and 4 gigs of memory.
A phone's age doesn't always tell its full story, as the "archaic" LG V10 feels like a great deal at $250 on eBay in brand-new, unused condition.
The issues are considered quite pressing and are being addressed in an early-release software patch before Android has issued its monthly bulletin.
In the market for a last-minute oldie but goldie Christmas tech present? The LG V10 can be yours for the next few days at a crazy low $260.
The "US open market" LG V20 smartphone joins select European versions of the V10, G5 and G4 on the OEM's official bootloader unlock program.
200,000 units is twice as many as 100,000 units. And if this pace keeps up, LG may have a million units up its sleeve in several weeks.
For LG V10 owners, does the LG V20 deliver enough improvements to warrant a one year upgrade? LG V20 vs LG V10 Smartphone Showdown: Should you upgrade?
It's way too early to start any concrete LG G6 rumors, though the next-gen phone's modular capabilities are practically etched in stone already.
The V20 has four DACs and three microphones. Yep, it is a big deal for us at Pocketnow. We have a video tour not really for the eyes, but for the ears.
We bet your smartphone just cannot shoot video like the smartphone we have in our hands. Take a peek at how the all-new LG V20 handles moving images.
The LG V20 looks be getting quite a few of the G5's shortcomings right, at least at a first glance in an exclusive side-by-side video comparison.
There are some big differences between the V10 and the V20 — including the inevitable spec gap. But what has the V20 picked up where the V10 left off?