The LG V20 is a bigger brother of the LG G5. Launched in India yesterday, the V20 is an evident attempt by LG to take over some part of the flagship smartphone market that is being held mostly by Apple, Google and Samsung. On the face, the LG V20 might seem to be slightly imposing - with a Hi-Fi DAC that can offer custom audio profiles and lossless format playback, manual controls on photographs and videos, a secondary Always On display, and a 135-degree wide angle lens on the rear camera are some of the prime features on show here. Why am I calling this slightly imposing? Because this is majorly an enthusiast’s phone - someone who would want to play around with all the features available, not someone whose usage is centered around convenience and ease.
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