If you could Change ONE thing about your current phone...

Mezzanine7

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What would it be? I was thinking about this yesterday,

I have an LG V10(Vs990). A great phone, near perfect IMHO. I would change the in-call volume. Its simply low and hard to hear inside of trucks and noisy environments.

What about you?
 

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This is a very interesting thread! Thank you for posting!

I have a Pixel 2. To be honest, I can't really think of anything gripes or concerns I have with it - or things that I'd change.

Perhaps I'd up the battery size of the phone if I had to pick one thing to change about it. I get really good battery life as it is; but if I had a bigger battery (and, by consequence, a heavier phone), I'd be a happy camper.
 

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I believe that is a problem a lot of people face. If I had posted this thread a month ago, that's what my choice would be. But I purchased a 10800 mah battery for my V10 because having a phone with amazing features but a mediocre battery is just no fun.
 

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I have a Galaxy Note8, and only thing inwould change would be the battery to 10,000mAh, to last me a full week with heavy usage, lol.

Other than that I thoroughly enjoy this phone it goes beyond what most smartphones can do and is an absolute workhorse.

Would love to have 512GB internal memory in it though! :D
 

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My wife had an HTC m8 with boomsound front facing speakers. It was incredible. all the phones I've owned recently haven't compared. My phone has a speaker at the bottom as well. It's not as loud as my LG g4 was but it does the job. I prefer clarity over loudness.
 

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LG V20, and I'd only change the LCD screen to a design less prone to image retention (but not converted to AMOLED). I'd love front facing stereo speakers, with the caveat that they also have a decent amp pushing them for relatively loud and clear sound.
 
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LG V20, and I'd only change the LCD screen to a design less prone to image retention (but not converted to AMOLED). I'd love front facing stereo speakers, with the caveat that they also have a decent amp pushing them for relatively loud and clear sound.

Front-facing speakers are awesome! I can see why you'd want them!
 

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Front-facing speakers are awesome! I can see why you'd want them!
I did have them on an HTC M8, but they were rather quiet. When I upgraded to the LG G4, its single rear speaker was MUCH louder and sounded better minus the stereo effect. That's why I put that caveat in there. Much as I would like stereo, I'd not want to sacrifice volume and clarity to get it.

I know LG has "Boombox" speakers, or whatever they call it, but HTC had Boomsound and there was nothing "boom" about it on the M8. Lol
 

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