It started with the LG G4. Users started reporting that the device seems to have a boot loop issue that they just can’t seem to fix. Soon after that, LG V10 users started reporting that they too were having the same issue. Could we see the same thing happening to the LG V20 as well?
According to the LG V10 users, their smartphone would sometimes switch off for no reason. The device would then display the Life’s Good boot screen and stay there. The device might vibrant at times but that was it.
Some users reported that flashing a new firmware seems to help them solve the issue but other reported that the method does not work for them because they can’t even get the device to stay on long enough to flash a new firmware. LG have not given their users a solution to this hardware problem yet. Let’s hope the LG V20 will not be plagued by the same issue here.
The new LG V20 will be coming with a 5.7inch display screen with 1440 x 2560 resolution. It will be running on the Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB RAM and 32/64GB of internal storage. It will be equipped with a 16mp rear camera and will be powered by a 3200mAh battery.