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LG V10, Why is it to underrated?

Feb 10, 2016 2:22PM PST

I'm just curious as to how many of you guys have purchased the LG V10 and what your honest opinion of it is? I just purchased it, and before that I had been a loyal Samsung Consumer owning the S3, S4, and the Note 4. When it came time to upgrade I decided on the V10, one of the reasons being its one of the last Flagship phones offered by Verizon that has upgradeable memory and a removable battery, also it stacked up very well in most of the comparisons I've seen with the S6 Edge +, Note 5, and New Nexus. I love the phone so far, what are your opinions/problems or concerns?

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I've used both.
Feb 10, 2016 2:37PM PST

While I only have the LG G4 and S4 to S6 to compare, the LG "skin" and apps look a little behind the times. My personal choice is pure Android so when a company skins like that, then I'd have to write Samsung skins better.

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I agree
Feb 10, 2016 2:52PM PST

I completely agree with what your saying however with the V10, they have added some functional new options that weren't available with Samsung phones I had. Of course every brand has there own touches on the same OS but what I like with the V10 is more customization options when it comes to font, transitions, and home screen themes and Iv'e also noticed with the V10 there wasn't an overabundance of preloaded crap that you can't remove which I appreciated. In terms of being behind the times, it does have that simplicity to it, it doesn't really have anything that screamed out at me like Samsung did, But I will say I love the 2nd screen and the two front facing cameras.

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