LG V20 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 7 : Specs showdown

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is just a month old and LG just unveiled its latest flagship the V20 while the Note 7 is still making headlines (for unfortunate reasons). And then the LG V20 has a huge 5.7 inch display. It seems like LG is screaming for a comparison with the Note 7 or its just us justifying our need to compare the two Korean rivals.

Regardless of who wants to compare and whether comparisons should be drawn,here is a quick specs showdown

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We’ll let you decide who wins the battle of the hardware but one thing is clear and that is both these phones are top notch at least in the hardware department. While the note 7 follows Samsung’s year old dual glass design language, LG V20 features a full metal design similar to the G5. Both these phones are sleek and stylish and while the Note 7 is Water and Dust resistant, V20 lets you swap out the battery and it’s unfortunate that both these features couldn’t be on the same device.

Check out LG V20 first impressions if you haven’t already or learn about the new LG V20 software features it brings to the game.

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4 thoughts on “LG V20 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 7 : Specs showdown

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    • Hopefully the V20 can turn the tables for LG because this is a really impressive device and perhaps the best hardware so far considering the note 7 debacle. We’ll have to see if the software can keep up. The Note 7’s software didn’t.

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