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Lg cannot fix the dual screen even in warranty and said they have not sell it in Australia
Phone's back glass falling and dual screen stop working. Both came together and LG is saying dual screen was not sold in Australia. Even the box saying they are together.
Purchased in at JB Hi-Fi for $699.
Very surprised at how awesome this phone is!
i've been using a galaxy note 9 which i held off replacing given that i had my eye on a galaxy fold 3. even before it came out, i was not really in it as the memory was not expandable and the phone did not have a silo for the stylus. i then damaged the note 9 and was contemplating on what to replace it with. i read the reviews for the lg v50 dual screen and decided to give it a shot. i ordered the unit via ebay, it was from Korea and it came with the dual screen accessory. spending around 3 days to set it up and play around with it, simply put ...it blew me away. i was very pleasantly surprised at what it could. backing up and restore. i used my note 9 to back up the phone and used lg's mobile switch to restore the settings. no problem at all and i was able to easily configure the lg to look and feel like my old note 9. dual screen - simply amazing. i now read books on the screens and the quality is just like my old kindle ebook reader. make sure to install ‘G8X WideMode which can be found in google playstore (the app works only when you have dual screen). laptop mode is fantastic when i'm typing an email or a message. make sure to watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MScGq38Ufw&t=369s. it gives you a very detailed look at what the phone can do. also, install the app edge note 10. it gives the phone the panels where you can put in short cuts, apps, tools, etc. ah yes, the stylus. i've been used to the note's stylus and it was one of the reasons why it took me quite some time to purchase the v50. i know the v60 supports the wacom stylus but i figured i'd still give the v50 a go. after looking around in the net, got the rechargable capacitive stylus which WORKS! i've also configured the second screen to launch vinyl music player whenever i open it (record spins when i play the tunes). camera and battery life; simply awesome! i've already forgotten about the galaxy fold 3 =)
Purchased in at eBay for $520.
Very Good 5G Phone
This is one of the best 5G phones I have used recently. Dual screen is a definite advantage if you are in for games and/or photography. Very satisfied with the battery usage. I have been using this since last April without any complaints. Only drawback is that I have not seen Android 11 yet on this.
Purchased in at JB Hi-Fi for $599.
A great android phone, excellent screen, battery life is awesome, has dual screen, i am big fan of LG, worth to spend money, highly recommend to everyone, very happy since day 1.
Purchased in at JB Hifi Home for $599.
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Not bad, can't wait for the v60
Good value for money, bought outright from some bloke who bought it from jbhifi for $599 (I stupidly paid $780) but hey I got the phone I wanted.
LG have built another winner, and i will pass this one onto my partner when the v60 finally gets here... Ever.. however the v60s lower quality screen is kinda a disappointment compared to the fantastic screen on the v50
It has fantastic audio reproduction and recording abilities too. Best available on the market.
It works well, solid build feels nice, easy to use and hopefully as re...liable as my v20, v30 and V40 as for the second screen, well to be brutally honest I took it off, it makes the phone unweildy. Yes it is handy for this and that, makes the phone a little more interesting, but the lack of specific dual screen use apps is disappointing to be honest. It also chews the battery having both running, and let's be honest unless you have two heads and four Hands two screens is overkill. The multiview option works just as well. Also only once you've bought it you'd realise little flaws. For example, if you fold the screen around you can't unlock it with the fingerprint sensor, if someone calls you have to open the phone up like a book to see who it is or if you leave it open but then you've got a screen facing the back so better not slide it in your pocket or drop it. But that aside, it's got a fantastic screen that looks so good at times you look at it and go wow that looks real.
Purchased in for $780.
I love it!
Love how it has 2 screens. I can watch YouTube on one screen while texting or checking emails on the other screen. The phone is easy to use. Photos are so clear. Its unlocked so I can travel anywhere with it. Worth buying.
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|Features||3.5mm Headphone Jack, 5G Network Compatible, Waterproof and Wireless Charging|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Astro Black|
|Dimensions||159.2 x 76.1 x 8.3 mm|
|Pixel Density||538 ppi|
|Screen Resolution||3120 x 1440 pixels|
|Chipset||Snapdragon 855: Octa-core (1x2.84 GHz Kryo 485 & 3x2.42 GHz Kryo 485 & 4x1.78 GHz Kryo 485)|
|Battery Size||4,000 mAh|
|Internal Storage||128 GB|
|Memory (RAM)||6 GB|
|Max Video Resolution||2160p (Ultra HD, 4K)|
|Rear Camera(s)||8MP Standard, 5MP Wide|
|Front Camera(s)||16MP Super Wide, 12MP Standard, 12MP Telephoto|
- MPN: LMV500EM
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