Sporting a large 5.7-inch QHD display with 2560X1440 resolution and powered by Qualcomm's venerable Snapdragon 820 SoC (System on Chip), the LG V20 brings with it a few tried and true tricks from LG's V's series, coupled with a few new amenities gleaned from both Android 7 Nougat, a beefed-up camera array and some cutting-edge materials. The good news is, LG's typical user-serviceable battery setup is back, something power users laud LG for in a market full of sealed and annealed handsets.
Regardless, with Apple, Google and Samsung all upping the ante in premium smartphones recently, we're sure you're wondering if LG's new V20 offers stand-out features or performance that justify a serious look from power user smartphone aficionados?
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