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LG G6 pre-order £27 a month for 24 mths and up front cost £85 with code - total £733.00 @ mobiles.co.uk

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Good deal on mobiles.co.uk. LG G6 on O2 with 3gb of data and unlim minutes and text. £27 a month and use code VC15OFF to bring up front cost down to £85.Total cost £733 over 24 months. Comparison … Read More
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Good deal on mobiles.co.uk. LG G6 on O2 with 3gb of data and unlim minutes and text. £27 a month and use code VC15OFF to bring up front cost down to £85.Total cost £733 over 24 months.

Comparison to sim only giffgaff equivelant is a £12 goodybag.
so £12 x 24 = £288
£733 total cost - £288 = £445 cost for phone
Good saving on £650 sim free phone cost
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snappyfish
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.
I'm a die hard android fan, but watched the iphone 7 beat many android phones in speed tests.

Regardless of performance it's still iOS...

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1 Like #1
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.
#2
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.

I'm a die hard android fan, but watched the iphone 7 beat many android phones in speed tests.
1 Like #3
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.


in the real world you're unlikely to notice a difference anyway.

there isnt an 835 equipped phone available today until the S8 is available towards the end of the month
#4
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.


only released in October last year.
#5
snappyfish
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.
I'm a die hard android fan, but watched the iphone 7 beat many android phones in speed tests.


an iPhone 7 at twice the price of the android handset probably too, sounds like value V performance wasnt taken into account ;-)
7 Likes #6
snappyfish
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.
I'm a die hard android fan, but watched the iphone 7 beat many android phones in speed tests.

Regardless of performance it's still iOS...
2 Likes #7
snappyfish
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.
I'm a die hard android fan, but watched the iphone 7 beat many android phones in speed tests.
Not in LTE speed ... Qualcomm's modems are far more superior to Intel's. :)
#8
adamspencer95
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.


in the real world you're unlikely to notice a difference anyway.

there isnt an 835 equipped phone available today until the S8 is available towards the end of the month


There are a whole bunch of of phones coming very soon. The S8 is the first.
#9
jugglingandroid
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.


only released in October last year.


821 is a glorified 820. 835 is a new chip made on 10nm so less power consumption, cat 16 modem, better quick charge 4.0, better camera, display support, faster cpu etc.
#10
Each to their own. I'll stick with the tried and tested 821 which we know from the pixel is spot on.
#11
https://youtu.be/cAzFV1RuGU8

Speed test of course 835 will be faster but not by much the 821 is still a very good and capable processor. Software optimisation is probably more important that pure cpu performance at this stage now.
1 Like #12
brilliant deal
#13
ssjinzo
https://youtu.be/cAzFV1RuGU8

Speed test of course 835 will be faster but not by much the 821 is still a very good and capable processor. Software optimisation is probably more important that pure cpu performance at this stage now.


It is not the cpu, it is the modem speed and power consumption in a phone that matters most . Intel has the fastest cpus but failed miserably in mobile phones so it gave up due to large losses it made in last few years. The snapdragon 835 is made on 10nm process so battery lasts longer and cat 16 modem so fast download speeds.
#14
jugglingandroid
Each to their own. I'll stick with the tried and tested 821 which we know from the pixel is spot on.


Pixel 2 is coming soon with snapdragon 835.
2 Likes #15
sam_of_london
jugglingandroid
Each to their own. I'll stick with the tried and tested 821 which we know from the pixel is spot on.


Pixel 2 is coming soon with snapdragon 835.


october soon?
#16
jugglingandroid
sam_of_london
jugglingandroid
Each to their own. I'll stick with the tried and tested 821 which we know from the pixel is spot on.


Pixel 2 is coming soon with snapdragon 835.


october soon?


As per the news reports , it may be announced in Google Io conference soon.
1 Like #17
I don't really care for your Galaxy S8 or your 'coming soon' in October pixel 2, especially if it's going to be the same pricing as the previous pixel. I'm still running a Nexus 6P 128gb which I bought new for only £450, shame on me. The effective price of this handset which this deal is referencing is £445 but anyway enjoy your Snapdragon 835! ☮️
3 Likes #18
Stay away from anything LG made... Until they sort out bootloop issue affecting pretty much all their top range phones.
1 Like #19
sam_of_london
ssjinzo
https://youtu.be/cAzFV1RuGU8
Speed test of course 835 will be faster but not by much the 821 is still a very good and capable processor. Software optimisation is probably more important that pure cpu performance at this stage now.
It is not the cpu, it is the modem speed and power consumption in a phone that matters most . Intel has the fastest cpus but failed miserably in mobile phones so it gave up due to large losses it made in last few years. The snapdragon 835 is made on 10nm process so battery lasts longer and cat 16 modem so fast download speeds.
Yeah I remember Intel chip failed due optimisation of Android to Intel chips which is the major reason it failed. Like I said if software is not optimised for the hardware properly it will not give you a good user experience. Item chips on paper were better faster but due to the way it processed instruction set compared to arm chips which android were better optimised for. In theory the 835 will produce better battery performance only if it's optimised better.
1 Like #20
never buy LG again Bootlooping **** would not honour warranty without paper receipt
#21
If the cost of the phone is just £445, can I order it, cancel air time, pay £445 and keep the phone?
#22
a 32gb phone has no place among other flagships in 2017, although that wide angle camera is a winner!
1 Like #23
I adore my G5. but I had to repair its GPS problems myself (had to do way more than bending those three pins. They revert back again.) G4 bootlooped due to a dodgy mobo, and G3 had issues too right? (Only had G4 and G5. Each bought from CEX). LG's warranty is absolutely worthless also, I agree with the previous poster on that.
#24
lukasluk109
If the cost of the phone is just £445, can I order it, cancel air time, pay £445 and keep the phone?
No, it's not a refresh contract. You would have to settle airtime for term minus vat as well.
#25
oO in essence its just a phone for £733 over 2 years.

I suppose I'm getting old. But my smartphone calls, messages, goes on internet etc. If BT charged £300 a year to make phone calls there would be outrage.


Edited By: MonkeysUncle on Apr 12, 2017 01:55
1 Like #26
Everyone talking about the s8 getting snapdragon 835.. it's not comfirmed that the UK version of the Samsung S8 is even getting the latest snapdragon chip. You might end up with the Samsung chip.
1 Like #27
s4ndh4r
Everyone talking about the s8 getting snapdragon 835.. it's not comfirmed that the UK version of the Samsung S8 is even getting the latest snapdragon chip. You might end up with the Samsung chip.


Samsung exynos is slightly better than SD.
1 Like #28
MaZSuPeR
never buy LG again Bootlooping **** would not honour warranty without paper receipt

They honoured mine and I had a fixed handset within 4 days.
#29
I give up with LG. I've had a G2 and G4. Both suffered mysterious deaths after 2 years. Whereas my old Samsung Note2 and HTC Wildfire S are still fully functional.
#30
LG software and support is horrific. Shame because the hardware is often decent. I'll never buy LG again unless it's a Nexus and even then (5X not loops) it's a risk. Better to steer clear.
#31
Money_Expert
I give up with LG. I've had a G2 and G4. Both suffered mysterious deaths after 2 years. Whereas my old Samsung Note2 and HTC Wildfire S are still fully functional.


Ironic reading your comment my G3 died and had to replace the 'new' battery and reboot which I usually do 3 to 4 times a week now.
1 Like #32
horrific is a phone exploding in your pocket!
1 Like #33
snappyfish
sam_of_london
Only last year's snapdragon 821 not snapdragon 835 in such expensive phone.
I'm a die hard android fan, but watched the iphone 7 beat many android phones in speed tests.

Of course iOS is fast it hasn't changed since it launched in 2007 its like me running Windows 3.1 on a modern ish pc it would fly but would look terrible.
#34
Had a go on this phone at the MWC. Feels like a cheap piece of **** and the camera was terrible. Low light shots looked like a painting. Would say go for the Sammy but there is no way you can justify what they're asking anymore. Yeah r&d blah blah blah but there have been no amazing advancements to justify such a price hike in any of these phones. Especially this, it uses last year's chipset.

Edited By: ktown on Apr 12, 2017 09:26
#35
Another nerdy thread for an overpriced phone! Give it 5 minutes and this will be yesterday's technology anyway.
2 Likes #36
Besford
Another nerdy thread for an overpriced phone! Give it 5 minutes and this will be yesterday's technology anyway.

Well that comment was more than 5 mins ago and, Yep it's still a current phone!
#37
jugglingandroid
horrific is a phone exploding in your pocket!


u wot?
#38
It was in reply to Morpheus comment saying software is horrific.
#39
I had the G2 and thought it was the best phone i ever had, really happy with it and v good battery life and a quick responsive phone. When the battery started to lose its ability to hold a charge well after a few years i decided to get the G3 and what a disaster of a phone the G3 is. Awful battery life, laggy and just a pain to use for any period of time. How they could go from the magnificent G2 to the worst phone on the market, the G3 is simply astounding. I am therefore reluctant to buy another LG phone as they appear to suffer from various bugs.
#40
I have a G4 and my wife had the G3 and we never had any problems with the phones et all. No boot loops etc. And they were amazing phones and still are.

Issues with phones are completely user specific and may happen to some.

As for warranty I recently had a chat with Samsung and they confirmed that they need paper receipt as well for warranty. Every other company wants a proof of purchase.

And these LG phones come with 2 year warranty unlike the Motorola or Google phones.

Processor wise, none of the apps need this much processing power anyway unless you play heavy graphics games on your phone. Even a Snapdragon 625 will be able to do everything that a 835 will do may be a few milliseconds slower but really do you care. If time was that important for someone to count seconds would they be in this forum in the first place.

Hot for this price.

Edited By: abhijitdash123 on Apr 12, 2017 11:26

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