11-21-2017 08:10 PM
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  1. sunrat39's Avatar
    Motorola has traditionally been known for their superior reception.
    Yes but what I am trying to show is how a $800 dollar flagship last year is being outdone from a $80-ish dollar phone this year.
    11-06-2017 10:54 AM
  2. Mooncatt's Avatar
    Yes but what I am trying to show is how a $800 dollar flagship last year is being outdone from a $80-ish dollar phone this year.
    I get what you're saying about reception, but overall, the V20 is still a much better package than the E4 in most every other way.
    11-06-2017 01:20 PM
  3. sunrat39's Avatar
    I get what you're saying about reception, but overall, the V20 is still a much better package than the E4 in most every other way.
    Yes obviously. Except reception.
    11-10-2017 04:43 PM
  4. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    I had a Moto X Pure Edition prior to my LG V20. Both are unlocked devices I used on AT&T, and I haven't noticed any differences in reception.
    11-10-2017 04:56 PM
  5. gipper69's Avatar
    There are apps that measure the signal strength. I have been using network cell info.
    11-17-2017 10:54 PM
  6. PAC757's Avatar
    I had a Moto X Pure Edition prior to my LG V20. Both are unlocked devices I used on AT&T, and I haven't noticed any differences in reception.
    The key comment in your post is "unlocked" versions. I have an AT&T V20 and an unlocked HTC U11, the U11 kills the AT&T V20 when it comes to reception / cell signal. Whenever my V20 is getting bad reception it's always on band 30. I had a One Plus 3 that did the same thing, as soon as it latches onto band 30 my signal is garbage. I was going to get a V30 but after the common troubles I have had with AT&T and band 30 I won't buy any phone that has band 30 on it again. band 30 is a really high frequency band like 2300 or around there, it probably can't penetrat a 1/8" piece of sheet rock.
    11-20-2017 07:33 PM
  7. mandoman28's Avatar
    The key comment in your post is "unlocked" versions. I have an AT&T V20 and an unlocked HTC U11, the U11 kills the AT&T V20 when it comes to reception / cell signal. Whenever my V20 is getting bad reception it's always on band 30. I had a One Plus 3 that did the same thing, as soon as it latches onto band 30 my signal is garbage. I was going to get a V30 but after the common troubles I have had with AT&T and band 30 I won't buy any phone that has band 30 on it again. band 30 is a really high frequency band like 2300 or around there, it probably can't penetrat a 1/8" piece of sheet rock.
    I have tried the Nexus 6P (bad reception), S8+ (bad reception), I would miss calls on both. My V20 is not that good either, I drop calls and I can't get good reception in downtown Chicago sometimes. My Moto Z Play has no problems with reception in any of the places that these phones struggled in.
    11-21-2017 08:10 PM
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