I am so excited to be moving from the LGV50 with Dual Screen to the LGV60 with Dual Screen! And yes, it is bigger!
Reminder, the LGV50 dimensions without the case is: 6.67" x 3.06"x 0.35". The LGV60 with the case is is 6.93" x 3.39" x .059". It is also 7.54 oz. That extra little bit bigger means I do need to think about what pockets I can carry it in. Of course, it is sleeker without the dual screen, but that is what makes it fun (and still is cool to show off!).
Other first impressions/important things to point out:
The LG Mobile Switch made for one of the easiest swaps I have ever done (the one thing I had to do was still sort my icons and my folders the way I like them, but this allowed me to organize my screens and tabs a bit better this time).
The LGV60 with Dual Screen is sold on BOTH T-Mobile and Sprint Networks - and will work your legacy Sprint network or on a new T-Mobile line. Which for the tech folks: "This is a unified device previously launched on T-Mobile that can accept either a Sprint SIM or a T-Mobile SIM."
It's battery (5000 mah) is amazing, I have only had it for 1 week or so, and have honestly gone at least 24 hours without it dying out on me (The talk time is 21 hours!).
The screen is very crisp, and a few photos I have taken seem lifelike (I'll do a future blog on just videos and photos for sure).
The price! It is $899 retail - but right now lease a single screen or a dual screen LG V60 ThinQ 5G and get a second for $0/mo. First LG V60 5G Single Screen $33.34/mo. Second LG V60 5G Single Screen $0/mo. after $33.34/mo. credit. First LG V60 5G Dual Screen $37.50/mo. Second LG V60 5G Dual Screen $0/mo. after $37.50/mo. credit.
Finally: 5G! Need I say more? Expect to hear more about speed tests and more as I put this through the ringer.
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