Weekly Poll: LG, He’s tough, and it has a stylus, but does it have a future?


LG is trying to re-invent the corporate image and the launch of a new smartphone in the line-up, who is making his debut with the LG’s Felt. It is a good phone, KRW 900,000 ($735/€680), it is too expensive to be a mid-ranger, but that’s the Snapdragon 765G chipset does not make it one of the showpieces of the two.

Still, it has a number of unique features to make it stand out from the S765 arrives. It is both IP 68 and MIL-STD-810G certified, in the best tradition of the V-series. The majority of the competitors takes care of the dust and water-tight to IP68 no, the decrease in the resistance of the MIL-STD.

The other one is the support for Wacom-stylus – apparently it is the same stylus, the LG Gram 14” 2-in-1 will be used. As you probably know, the Wacom technology is the magic behind the Samsung’s S-Pen stylus, and what makes it so much better than a capacitive stylus, which is not nearly as accurate or sensitive as those used by the LG-Pens series).

One of the other V-series-inspired features is the support for Dual-Screen applications in your device. While it’s not quite as cool as a folding phone, which has a tendency to be very practical for you to multi-task, and be able to double as an adjustable volume control for gaming.

Weekly Poll: LG, He's tough, and it has a stylus, but does it have a future?

As for the LG, a Couple of your own display screen, it is a very large 6.8” P-OLED panel with curved edges and a tear notch. The full 1080p resolution, as well as a lack of 90Hz or higher refresh rates is a cause for concern at this price point, however.

On the back there is a 48MP primary cam with OIS, along with a 8MP ultra-wide-and with a 5MP camera, macro cameras. The photography was not the focus of this phone, it seems to be. Face unlock, and an in-display fingerprint reader is available.

Weekly Poll: LG, He's tough, and it has a stylus, but does it have a future?

The 4,300 mAh battery might not be the greatest (especially in light of the size of the phone, but 30 is fixed and a 10W wireless charging are nice additions as well. And so, the built-in stereo speakers, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a microSD card slot.

But is the LG a Couple of them have a future with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Lite can be found for under €500? To be sure, the Kirin 9810 is, as of 2018, Note9, and it lacks the 765’s 5G connectivity, but the triple-12MP camera with a telephoto lens. Also, Samsung has been the compounding of the S-Pen and the software for a number of years, and while the LG is just at the start of the features of the Wacom stylus.

Does the LG Kid with a future.


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