LG has had a fairly rocky last few years in the mobile space, but it is the one company that has been willing to experiment with design, build and the overall ergonomics. They’ve tried the modular design, incorporated professional grade DAC chips into their phones, and with the V20, they’re pushing the envelope even further. The LG V20 isn’t modular, but what it does have is a removable back, which gives you access to a removable battery. In fact, the phone can easily be taken apart, thanks to screws that aren’t sealed with security tape. Of course that voids your warranty, however, the reparability of the V20 is pretty high and given that the battery can be replaced, it gives users the ability to run the V20 for a long time, furthering its shelf life. However, is this a phone that you’d want to use for more than two years?