Is it a good buy given LG is quitting mobile business?
G8x is far far practical really.Having a removable second screen like the G8x is a better option as well as more usable as a 2 screen device. Always having to carry and use such a heavy phone is going to be such a chore.
765G is as good as a Snapdragon 845 which is a 3-4 year old flagship processor. Not good enough for a 30k phone.Even the 12 Pro Max, which is supposed to be heaviest phone is around 228 grams and this is almost 40 grams heavier and add to it a case. Its nice but I'll pass. Plus I dont know how much powerful and efficient the SD 765 5G is.
Lg has promised atleast 3 os updates and its mentioned on their site as well...Which phone do you use now and what are your primary requirements?
Are you very gentle on your phones and never bothered about OS updates?
Never ever go by promised updates.Lg has promised atleast 3 os updates and its mentioned on their site as well...
Swivel mechanism is not the concern. Any problem based by accidental drops can lead to a brick if spares are not available and production of spares has stopped.As far as the swivel mechanism goes, Lg says at least 2lac swivels are guaranteed.. Of course when the phone does get traumatized by falls or weight..
Galaxy note 10? No need to even think of getting Wing.Currently using Note 10....yes exactly....never cared much for updates....mostly consider aesthetics....
I wouldn't buy used ones, considering everything its better to buy the lg with full warranty and on top only new purchases will allow you to buy with 0 percent EMISomeone is selling a used G8x on FB -
Mind you, he must have got it for ₹20k and now selling for ₹17k.