Last week’s poll summary: Out of over 6,500 total votes, 28.2% of our readers said the most they’d pay for a smartphone is less than $400, while 23.2% said the most they’d pay is between $400 and $500. 17.5% of voters would pay between $500 and $600, and 12.6% said they’d pay $600 to $700.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note lineup used to be the top dog in the big-screened smartphone world, but now there are other contenders in this space. Today, if you want a big phone you can pretty much go to any smartphone manufacturer and get a solid phablet, but one 2017 device is starting to stand out above the rest. The new LG V30 might actually give the Note 8 a run for its money this year.

And I mean that quite literally — the Galaxy Note 8 costs a lot of money, and LG’s V30 will likely be on offer for much less when it launches later this year. Plus, these two devices are pretty comparable on the spec sheet, and both have a handful of unique features that help them stand out from other high-end phones on the market.

So which is your favorite? Galaxy Note 8 or LG V30? Or are you not a fan of either? Cast your vote in the poll attached below, and speak up in the comments if there’s anything you’d like to add.

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