I’m pretty sure the battery issues on this particular handset were widely acknowledged to be shoddy hardware, the ones where it would turn off at upwards of 30%. Perhaps some of the issues could be fixed in software but I don’t know other than I had 2 go back on me out of warranty when this thing was a lot more expensive and it really shook up my trust in this model. I hope if anyone buys it they have more luck! Also not sure I could get by with 32GB non-expandable memory any more either. A good phone for the money though, a lot of hardware and nice display.
Those who own this what screen on time you get on this it has good battery capacity but still I have heard negative comment about battery life Camera is excellent and same quality as pixel except it don't focus as fast as pixel 1/2
THE best phone I’ve had, for about two more weeks (better than Nokia 5149, 8210, 6630, n95, htc desire s and nexus 5 plus some crappy spares I had). If you offered me £160, I’d tell you to stick it. Never had a problem, big beautiful screen, updates always came first, vanilla android, cracking fingerprint sensor which allows gestures. Just slowing a bit with age, still ageing gracefully. Huawei nexus 6p - I salute you!
Great camera on this phone too
The lack of an sd slot kills it for me! I'm looking for a replacement for my Samsung Note 4, and was thinking of a used LG G5 (but I dont think I could drop to a smaller screen), LG V20 (hens teeth), new Xiaomi note 5 pro (636) or if it comes down in price the Mix 2. I'd love to keep the option of a removable battery as they have been invaluable for me when traveling - QC etc pales in comparison to swap and go! But it seems the LG's are the last of an era. A half decent camera is pretty much a must (I have a "proper camera when I'm travelling but I take a lot of snapshots with a phone), but battery life is also a major concern. What do you reckon mrswitch?