Weekly Poll: What Do You Like Most About The LG V20?

The LG V20's official announcement was earlier this week, and it showcases quite a few improvements over the LG V10 that was released last year including an upgraded camera, better quality audio performance, and even an overhauled design. Regardless of what may or may not make it one of the best phones on the market, there is lots to love about this device if you're looking for a phone that will likely offer an all-around rich smartphone experience in addition to a stellar media experience.

As far as improvements go, the LG V20 steps up its audio performance and delivery, moving up to a 32-Bit Quad DAC for nearly unparalleled sound quality compared to most other smartphones. If sound is important to you but your main desire from a smartphone revolves around being able to take great pictures, the LG V20 can provide that too, as it features a dual camera setup that consists of a 16MP rear-facing main sensor that's paired with an 8MP wide-angle sensor. Up front, those who like selfies and video chat will get to make use of the 5MP sensor that LG has included. These functions aside, the LG V20 will also be the first device to offer up Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, and anyone looking for a brand-new phone that ships with the absolute latest in Android software will most likely be delighted by what they find in the LG V20. Of course, there's also the build of the device, which uses a aircraft-grade aluminum as well as polycarbonate, all while delivering an MIL-STD-810G rating for better durability in the event of a drop. With so much to love, what's your favorite thing about the device?

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