The top LG smartphones you need to know about

While its Android phones may not be as popular as the likes of Samsung and Google, LG continues to kick out quality phones year after year. One of the company's strong points is its wide range of solid options for different price points, meaning the best LG phone for you doesn't necessarily have to be the most expensive one. Here are some of the best LG phones you can find.

Best overall

LG V60 ThinQ 5G

Staff Pick

If you want LG's latest and greatest, look no further than the V60 ThinQ. You get a massive screen and battery that follow industry trends, plus a solid spec sheet, 5G networking, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack — all for a competitive price. Depending on where you buy it from, you could also get the accompanying Dual Screen case, which adds screen space for multitasking.

$650 at T-Mobile $900 at Best Buy (AT&T)

Dual Screen for less

LG G8X ThinQ

LG really didn't make big splashes with the G8X, and now that the V60 is out, it's kind of lost its place in the world. Still, it offers an interesting niche option for anyone who wants to try out the Dual Screen attachment, but doesn't want to spend the hundreds extra on the V60. You still get a large 6.4-inch display, a 4000mAh battery, and two impressive cameras.

$450 at Amazon $450 at Best Buy $450 at B&H

Gorgeous design

LG Velvet

The G Series has been discontinued in LG's lineup, replaced by the Velvet as the company's mid-tier offering with an absolutely stunning design and a massive 6.8-inch OLED display. Like the V60, the Velvet supports LG's Dual Screen case, along with 5G on both T-Mobile and Verizon networks. You also get three cameras and all-day battery life with a 4000mAh battery.

$588 at T-Mobile $600 at AT&T $700 at Verizon

New form factor

LG Wing

LG hasn't delved into proper foldables just yet, but the Wing is just as interesting. The main display swivels from portrait to landscape orientation to reveal a square secondary display that can be used to hold small apps or widgets. This creates a unique multitasking form factor that's backed by reasonably powerful specs including a Snapdragon 765G and a triple camera array.

$1,000 at T-Mobile $1,000 at Verizon $1,050 at AT&T

Budget champ

LG Stylo 6

When it comes time to really pinch the pennies, the Stylo 6 is a great new LG handset that won't break the bank. The Stylo 6 delivers a huge 6.8-inch Full HD+ display, three cameras for wide or ultra-wide shooting, a large 4000mAh battery with USB-C charging, and an included stylus that allows you to doodle and draw to your heart's content.

$280 at Amazon $280 at Best Buy $280 at B&H

Which LG phone is right for you?

If money isn't an object and you want the best LG phone money can buy, you'll want to go for the LG V60. It's tough to go wrong getting the latest and greatest, and LG has done a good job of simply adding to the experience with each new phone. With the LG V60, you're getting a huge screen, an equally huge battery, and 5G connectivity for hundreds less than other manufacturers charge for similarly powerful phones.

Of course, if you're bored of the same form factor we've seen on virtually every phone over the last decade, and the Dual Screen case isn't quite different enough to satisfy, the LG Wing is a fascinating device with an extremely unique design. It doesn't have the most powerful specs or the greatest cameras, but its swiveling display could prove extraordinarily useful depending on your habits.

But not everyone can or should spend that much on a phone, and the Stylo 6 is perfectly adequate for general usage, including browsing the web, posting to social media, and streaming video. The included namesake stylus even makes it a great drawing device!

Beyond LG, there are a lot of other great Android phones available. If you find none of these phones are interesting, check out some of our favorites.

Source: androidcentral

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