User score

Overall satisfaction
  • 19
  • 8
  • 7
  • 3
  • 0
37 reviews
  • Screen8.1
  • Performance7.8
  • Camera7.7
  • Connectivity8.4
  • Battery4.6
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Design & Materials

Is it a drop-resistant and scratch-resistant smartphone?

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Do you think it's a nice phone?

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Is it comfortable?

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Can you see it well in the sunlight?

37 reviews

Performance & Hardware

Does it have good sound?

37 reviews

Does it work smoothly in everyday use?

37 reviews

What's your experience been with demanding games?

37 reviews


Quality of daytime photos

37 reviews

Quality of nighttime photos

37 reviews

Quality of selfies

37 reviews

Does it have a powerful flash?

37 reviews


Does it have good coverage for calls?

37 reviews

Quality of the GPS

37 reviews

And the WiFi?

37 reviews


How long does the battery last?
  • 27%
    Less than half day
  • 38%
    Less than a day
  • 24%
    One day
  • 8%
    More than one day
  • 3%
    Two days or more

37 reviews


Did it come with preinstalled applications?
  • 3%
    It comes with a clean operating system
  • 76%
    It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
  • 22%
    It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall

37 reviews

Do you regularly receive updates?
  • 21%
  • 27%
    Once a year
  • 42%
    Every six months
  • 9%
    Every two months or less

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User reviews

  • This is a good phone for videophile and audio, but the battery is not good.

    • 6.8
    • Screen7.7
    • Performance5.6
    • Camera6.2
    • Connectivity9.3
    • Battery0.0
  • Flawed power user's dream

    The devices hard to love, but it is exceptional in many ways. The screen is too wide for comfortable handling, the reception is choppy, the rooting procedure is rather cumbersome and screen burn in issues required kernel tweaks to fix. If you are a true power user and like to take fate in your own hands, own some ordinary tin foil and super glue you can customize this legendary beast of a device to your liking and have some great time, even in 2019 when it costs pennies to get your hands on one. P.S. still waiting for Android Pie, LG do you hear me?

    • very cheap if you dear to buy refurbished
    • sublime earphone audio quality via QUAD DAC
    • can be rooted with relative ease, TWRP plus Magisk
    • large enough and removable battery
    • handy second display
    • excellent 16 mp main camera with gcam support
    • too wide for one handed operation
    • very weak GSM antenna, fixable with a tin foil mod
    • most versions (H910) require rooting to be usable
    • wide angle camera photos come out very hazy
    • official updates are slow to arrive
    • prevalent LCD residual image issues
    • 6.7
    • Screen7.5
    • Performance9.3
    • Camera8.2
    • Connectivity7.0
    • Battery0.0
  • good and strong

    i like it . i have it 3 years. battery is bad but camera is good

    • camera
    • second screen
    • powerful
    • shadow of screen
    • battrey
    • 9.2
    • Screen9.2
    • Performance10
    • Camera7.0
    • Connectivity10
    • Battery5.0
  • LG v20 f800

    Good device with poor support of software update

    • Main Camer is good
    • Sound quality is good
    • Build quality is good
    • Is has second display
    • Fash charging is so good
    • Body is too big with huge bazzel
    • Battery life time is suck
    • My device has problem with Bluetooth coverages
    • 6.8
    • Screen6.7
    • Performance7.6
    • Camera7.2
    • Connectivity5.3
    • Battery5.0
  • A great phone with a great camera.

    • 10
    • Screen9.5
    • Performance9.0
    • Camera10
    • Connectivity9.7
    • Battery7.0
  • Nice

    Hey i used it few months back then i got mugged so i bought another few days back uts model is f800l but the phone is not the same all other phone in youtube antutu score is above 100k but mine 75831 damn n its selfi cam is bad very bad damn did i bought a fake..!!??

    • I love it
    • 5.2
    • Screen7.0
    • Performance7.0
    • Camera7.0
    • Connectivity7.0
    • Battery5.0
  • Absolute best bang for buck phone

    Bought this phone for $230, amazing 16MP f/1.8 camera, the 8MP wide angle camera can seriously help push EVERYTHING into frame. Performance is amazing, never skips a beat and amazing multi-tasking. Phone feels great to hold and is very slim, metal body makes it feel premium. Quad-DAC is incredible if you have high impedance headphones. Fingerprint reader is lighting fast and I love how you don't have to turn on the phone like a traditional home button fingerprint reader. Battery life is pretty good, average about 5 - 6 hours screen on time (SoC).

    • Dual-Cameras
    • Manual Video Controls
    • Expandable Storage
    • Quad-DAC
    • Secondary Display
    • Removable Battery
    • NONE!
    • 10
    • Screen8.8
    • Performance10
    • Camera9.3
    • Connectivity9.3
    • Battery7.0
  • A vastly underrated phone

    Aside from all it's great features it was the first with UFS 2.1 and 3D nand

    • 10
    • Screen9.5
    • Performance10
    • Camera9.5
    • Connectivity10
    • Battery9.0
  • Normal but.. No.

    For this price the phone is normal but not excellent.. Well, its really expensive for nothing~

    • 7
    • Screen7.8
    • Performance7.3
    • Camera7.7
    • Connectivity7.5
    • Battery0.0
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    It was good in its day...

    I got this terminal in 2018 and the truth is that it was very good at that time, it still had power, cameras and a high-end screen, I really liked the experience I had with it that year, and by the end of 2018 I already had it on android 8.0 Oreo, which was the most recent version of the system at the time. However, in 2019 things changed completely... The first thing is that the screen began to suffer from "ghost reflections" after watching videos on YouTube for a while, when I exited the application I could literally see a part of the video reflected on the screen. screen, I imagine that the one who has seen them or the one who has experienced it knows what he talked about. Then problems with autonomy, I couldn't do more than 4 hours with the screen on and I had to charge it two or three times a day, then the battery simply lost power and the phone wouldn't turn on so we had to buy another one that wasn't original or certified by LG so after three months I could no longer do more than 3 hours of screen on, and that was the case until June, when I changed it for an original one and then things improved, but by January 2020 that screen was downgraded again battery. Those two problems undoubtedly annoyed my experience with the device a lot, since what good is a powerful phone if after 4 hours of using it I have to put it on charge? But leaving those issues aside, the phone stood out a lot on the screen that despite being LCD and having ghost reflections, it was quite good, and the resolution was very high (QHD).I liked the cameras a lot, a remarkable quality and the inclusion of a second wide-angle camera was appreciated since it turned out to be very useful, but when you did the minimum Zoom the quality got much worse because it was 100% digital, and the photos Nocturnal ones were not his great forte. In conclusion, the phone was good, but the problems on the screen, the battery, the customization layer ruined it a lot.

    • your screen
    • speakers and audio
    • Very good power for the time
    • cameras
    • daytime photos
    • Video
    • customization layer
    • Battery
    • night photos
    • selfies
    • overheating
    • Sudden death from the motherboard (didn't happen to me)
    • 6.4
    • Screen6.7
    • Performance6.0
    • Camera6.0
    • Connectivity7.0
    • Battery5.0

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  • 5.8 Design & Materials
  • 4.8 Performance & Hardware
  • 6.3 Camera
  • 6.3 Connectivity
  • 4.7 Battery
What is a Ki score?
Ki is an automatic score based on the specifications and prices of devices. It is calculated using over 200 variables to rank smartphones, tablets and other devices from best to worst.
How do we calculate the Ki?

In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:

  • Design and screen
  • Hardware and performance
  • Camera
  • Connectivity
  • Battery

Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.

Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.

Does the Ki score change?

The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.