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The LG Rebel 2 LTE is far from being the best smartphone on today's market. That said, it's one heck of a bargain. This slim LG smartphone has all kinds of basic specs -- such as a 5-inch screen, 5MP of camera resolution, an older Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and just 1 GB of RAM. However, this quirky phone lets you draw notes on the screen to view later, or you can unlock the phone using a series of screen touches. The Rebel 2 also has a long battery life when compared to other budget phones. The downside of this ...
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One of the few remaining phones out there with a removable battery, the LG V20 is a great choice for a smartphone that captures high-quality audio and video, on par with Samsung and Apple phones. The secondary wide-angle lens is great for taking photos, performance is excellent, and build quality feels like a much more expensive phone. This is a great choice for anyone wanting a smartphone for a great price, especially if you're okay with purchasing an earlier model of phone in order to save some money. Highly recommended!
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Stylishly simple and cheaper than the competition, the LG G6 is an attractive smartphone that's light on gimmicks and heavy on utility. The G6 has a taller 5.7-inch screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio just like you'll see on other LG models. The screen does a fine job of displaying sharp, colorful images, but you might not like the black bars that appear at the top or bottom of your screen while watching videos or using apps -- this is a necessary evil because of the phone's slender shape. The phone's design is stylish, but just short of innovative. ..
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Want a sleek, dependable cell phone that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? If so, check out the LG Q6. This mid-level phone doesn't offer loads of RAM or the latest processors, but it's powerful enough to watch videos or run your favorite apps as long as you remember to close unused windows. The Q6 is taller than other smartphones, and its narrow figure means it fits wonderfully in most pockets. The screen makes almost full use of the phone's front-facing real estate, and its colors are crisp and vibrant enough to bring the phone to life. ..
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The LG V30 is a solid smartphone that rivals the more popular phones out there, but for a bit less money. The V30 feels solid in the hand and looks well-crafted. Browsing the web and social media is flawless, as well. While the screen may not be quite as big as some other phones, the display is bright and crisp and beautiful to look at. If LG keeps up this kind of quality, I may never purchase another brand of phone again. Performance, appearance, sound...all of it is top notch on this LG, and all for a price well ...
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I'd planned on buying a Samsung Note8, but left the store with a Google Pixel 2 instead. Why? For starters, the Pixel 2 is way cheaper. The Pixel's specs aren't quite as impressive as the latest Samsung or iPhone, but its actual performance is very close. The Pixel 2 is powerful and multitasks with ease, and the baseline 64GB option is more than large enough for storing pics, music files and video clips. Plus, all photos and videos are stored online in FULL RESOLUTION to Google Photos! The Pixel 2's battery delivers seven hours of use after just 15 ...
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I've been an iPhone user for the past six years, and I'm really pleased after a few weeks of owning a gold iPhone 8. The 7-inch Retina screen looks gorgeous, as always, and the 12MP camera takes vibrant, hi-res images and fluid, 60 FPS video. I also really like the Face ID system, and the software swiping "home' button is a welcome feature. As for cons? I expected more from the iPhone 8's battery, but it lasts long enough to get through the day even when not tethered to wifi. Also, the phone's size took a few days ...
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This is my favorite iPhone so far. It's fast, snappy and smooth, and its design is nice and stylish. My favorite feature is the facial recognition security feature, which works surprisingly well even in low-light situations (although I have accidentally locked my phone a couple times just by looking at it). The screen looks great, and it's large enough that games and videos look really good. My one complaint is the phone's size; it doesn't feel quite as good in my hand as my trusty old iPhone 7. Overall, though, I'd call the iPhone X a home run by ...
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Not enough people give the LG V30 the respect it deserves. This ia a great phone with a premium look and feel. After trying both products in the store, I felt the LG V30 was pretty much equal to the Samsung Galaxy S8 but with one big difference -- it was was cheaper. The screen isn't quite as big as the S8's, but the display quality is vibrant and it's great for browsing and gaming. I especially enjoy using games and apps with the screen turned in landscape mode. Performance is a strength of this phone, and the ...
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Recently upgraded to the S8 after nearly two years of using the S6, and I'm pleased with the improvements. The S8's size is just right, and the Infinity Display is still impressive even after equipping my phone with a hard plastic sport case. The software "Home" button is a great addition; the physical button on my S6 had problems after getting sand in the cracks during vacation in Maui, and not needing to worry about mechanical issues is a plus. Also really enjoy this phone being water resistant. I frequently take it in the shower and watch basketball or ...
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