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Immerse yourself in new worlds without ever leaving home. This is the first LG device that is Daydream-ready, so you can experience incredible virtual reality adventures when you use the Google Daydream View VR headset. And, when you buy the LG V30 before Nov. 6, get a free Google Daydream View VR headset and a Top VR Content Bundle.5


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The new LG V30 is available in T-Mobile stores nationwide today for just $80 down and $30 a month (FRP: $800). The LG G6 is available for only $20 down and $20 a month (FRP: $500), and the LG V20 is available for $0 down and $16 a month (FRP: $384).


Receive up to $504 promo credit ($180 w/Welcome Unlimited, $360 w/ 5G Start, or $504 w/5G Do More, 5G Play More, 5G Get More or One Unlimited for iPhone plan (Welcome Unlimited and One Unlimited for iPhone plans can't be mixed w/other Unlimited plans; all lines on the account req'd on respective plans)) when you add a new smartphone line with your own 4G/5G smartphone on an eligible postpaid plan between 2/10/23 and 4/5/23. Promo credit applied over 36 months; promo credits end if eligibility requirements are no longer met.


When I reviewed Google's Pixel 2 XL, it made me want to switch from my iPhone 6s Plus, and I've been using the Pixel 2 XL ever since. The $800+ LG V30, on the other hand, has not made me want to switch.


To be clear, that's not to say that the LG V30 is a bad phone. Samsung's mighty Galaxy phones haven't made me want to switch, either, and the Galaxy phones' success is a clear sign that people love those phones.


On the back of the phone, you'll find the home button embedded into the fingerprint scanner. This is actually a win for LG, as I wish other phones would integrate their home buttons into the rear-facing fingerprint scanners.


You might notice that the Pixel 2 smartphones don't support wireless charging, but I don't really perceive wireless charging as an essential feature. Sure, it's nice to have the option, but wireless chargers don't usually come included with phones. Android phones that support fast charging, on the other hand, come with the necessary chargers.


This isn't a comprehensive smartphone camera review by any means. Yet, based on this photo, I can already say that the V30's camera doesn't contend against the top Android phones and the iPhone 8. I would certainly expect an $800+ phone to do better than the example above.


For one, the sky and cloud detail in the V30's photo are overblown to the point that clouds barely have any detail compared to the Pixel 2 XL's photo. The sky's blue color on the V30's photo is also far too bright.


One of the V30's tricks is a highly specialized manual camera mode that lets you play with finer camera settings, but I couldn't get a good picture no matter how much I adjusted settings like ISO, shutter speeds, or white balance.


We received the same V30 that someone would get if they bought it from Verizon. That means the review unit came with a ton of unwanted Verizon apps on top of LG's own apps, which are commonly referred to as "bloatware." The V30 is one of the worst offenders of bloatware I've ever seen.


Here's a list of unwanted bloatware that comes with Verizon's model of the V30: QuickMemo+, LG Health, ThinkFree Viewer, HD Audio Recorder, Help, Verizon Message+, Verizon Cloud, Verizon Security & Privacy, Verizon Caller Name ID, hum (whatever that is), Slacker Radio, NFL Mobile, Gallery, Email, Calendar, Bank of America, eBay, Final Fantasy XV, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Newsroom, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Weather, Yelp.


Hang on, you might say. Don't you need apps like LG's Calendar, Gallery, and Email apps? Well, no, because Google already has the Gmail, Google Photos, and Calendar apps that integrate flawlessly with the Android operating system and Google ecosystem. LG doesn't need to be making duplicates of Google apps.


LG phones are among the few Android phones that come with a high-quality digital-to-analog converter (DAC), which is meant to output better quality audio through the headphone jack compared to the standard DACs in most other phones.


I listened to music using Tidal's high-quality HiFi service with a very good pair of headphones (the $450 Audeze Sine on-ear headphones). Music sounds punchier and clearer, but it doesn't really make up for the V30's relatively poor camera. I wouldn't buy the V30 for its DAC when the camera isn't up to snuff, but music obsessives might.


So what's the one reason I should consider the V30? With its headphone jack in a headphone jack-less world, the V30 has a place in the smartphone market. It's one of your last remaining choices if you absolutely want to keep using your wired headphone without an adapter. It has a special headphone jack that sounds better than most, even the one on Samsung's Galaxy phones.


I'm also partial to the pure Google experience, where a phone runs the clean, pure version of Android, which only Google's own Pixel phones can offer. Phones from LG, Samsung, HTC, and most other phone makers might be Android phones, but each company adds its own "skin" on top of the Android operating system. These skins serve to differentiate their phones from competitors, but in my opinion, their skins simply don't look as good as Google's own skin, called Pixel Launcher.


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