Top 10 Best Rated LG Phones 2020

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LG phones are reliable, quite affordable and come with a few pretty special features. In particular, LG’s cheapest smartphone offerings probably are best for you, and as such LG products probably are a good option for individuals on the market, who do not exactly need a lot of high-end features.

Supposing that you are in search of a new phone and have set your sights on LG, then this article will show you the best phones it sells right now in the market.

Best LG Phones 2020

  1. LG G7 ThinQ

The LG G7 ThinQ is one of the latest LG’s two flagship phone lines. Though it has effectively been developed with LG V40, the G7’s reduced price and high-end specs aid it to win out. The phone is supported with a powerful Snapdragon 845 chipset, providing it about as much horsepower as you could need.

PROS

  • Big and bright display
  • Loudspeaker and
  • Wide-angle camera

CONS

  • Small battery and
  • Not exciting

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  1. LG V40 ThinQ

The LG V40 ThinQ is to the G7 as it is in the case with Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is to the Galaxy S9. A familiar yet larger and slightly higher-spec sibling. The V40 possess a 6.4 inch OLED display that is both sharp and eager to display HDR10 content.

PROS

  • 5 cameras
  • Light yet solid build and
  • Beautiful display

CONS

  • Small battery
  • Too expensive

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  1. LG G8 ThinQ

The LG G8 ThinQ has Hand ID that scans the veins in your palms to open the phone, and gestures that allow you to navigate the device just by waving your hand through the air above the phone. Not all LG smartphones work perfectly though, and therefore the LG G8 ThinQ does not exactly accomplish its promises.

PROS

  • Hole-less vibrating top speaker and
  • Vibrant OLED screen

CONS

  • Hand ID tech is done in vain
  • It is expensive

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  1. LG V50 ThinQ 5G

The LG V50 ThinQ 5G has some spec upgrades here and there, and it got all the dual screen functionality that the former phone had (LG G8 ThinQ), but it is definitely a very familiar device. The main reason why the device is lower on the list is because it is sold at a much a higher price, which makes it less affordable.

PROS

  • Bright and sharp display
  • Variety of cameras

CONS

  • Dated design and
  • Unjustified price

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  1. LG V35 ThinQ

This product may look like it is on its way out, though it is, it is not all that old yet. The phone yet has 2018’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 845 chipset connected with 6GB of RAM, which has the potential to meet the demands of most smartphone users for the next few years.

PROS

  • Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of RAM and
  • Crisp OLED display

CONS

  • Boring design and
  • A bit dated but still expensive

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  1. LG Stylo 4

A mid-tier phone does not have to be a very bad phone, and that is vivid with the LG Stylo 4. While we have not had an opportunity to review it, it has lots going for it at its price. The phone packs a massive 6.2 inch display with an FHD + resolution, although it is not an OLED display.

PROS

  • Less than half the price of a flagship
  • Large and sharp screen and
  • Stylus included.

CONS

  • Limited internal storage and
  • TFT display

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  1. LG Q7 +

This product is an upgraded version of the LG Q7, that is, a little bit of an upgrade on the Q6. It is a decent phone which comes at a very good value. The immediate catch is that it is not the perfect phone for each carrier, though there is a unique edition that comes unlocked. That said, suppose that you are on T-Mobile or metro, it is a great mid-budget choice.

PROS

  • IP68 rating
  • Good mid-range specs and
  • Quick charging

CONS

  • Limited carrier choice

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  1. LG K8

Supposing that you are not a serious smartphone user and just want something that you can afford, then the 2018 model of the LG K8 is a good pick. The 2GB of RAM and Snapdragon 425 chipset should do the job for light use, such as emailing, texting, and web browsing. The 5-inch screen comes with HD, and with a decent contrast provided by LG’s in cell-technology.

PROS

  • Simple and nice design
  • Astonishingly good screen

CONS

  • Occasional lag and
  • Limited storage

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  1. LG G6

The LG G6 is still a very good option even if the Snapdragon 821 is starting to show its age a little. This is the initial major phone to have as an 18:9 display and it still remains great. At 800 dollars, you could own this product.

PROS

  • 18:9 display
  • Good screen and
  • Bright and sharp display

CONS

  • Occasional lag and
  • Limited storage

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  1. LG V30

There is a lot to like about the V30 since it is like LG has taken the G6 and upgraded it in vital areas and even refined the already slim and sleek design. Currently, the price is much more affordable at 600 dollars, which we also know that it offers an excellent screen, design, audio, and cameras.

PROS

  • Excellent audio and cameras
  • Excellent screen and design

CONS

  • Small battery

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