LG 8x thinq

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I purchased the other day this cool smartphone, so I checked its manual in the net:
https://www.mylgphones.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/G8X-LM-G850UM-ATT-manual-English.pdf

Just another book to read... happy happy joy joy!
less than 250 pages to read.

It's a pity I don't have the time to read it in the near future.

What is the smartphone with the longest manual out there btw?
 

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Does it have to be published by the manufacturer? I find more than 50,000 hits on Amazon for books about iPhone.

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I prefer from the manfacturer. Also MATLAB has a long manual Mathematica and maple. I really should find time to read those. Years of sleepless nights, cheers!
 
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You could probably pick up an IBM mainframe from the 60's/70's right cheaply. Roomsful of documentation, each and every one.
 
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You could probably pick up an IBM mainframe from the 60's/70's right cheaply. Roomsful of documentation, each and every one.
I remember in the late nineties I really wanted to buy an sgi supercomputer but forgot about it. The computer has gone a long way since the sixties.
 
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I remember in the late nineties I really wanted to buy an sgi supercomputer but forgot about it. The computer has gone a long way since the sixties.
Even earlier - about 1980 the research center I was working for suddenly acquired (for free) a Data General (remember them?) computer with about 2k 16 bit core. After due consideration we decided to throw away the electronics (estimated worth: 0) and keep the cabinet (a nice 19" rack about 5ft high). Sic transit...
 
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Even earlier - about 1980 the research center I was working for suddenly acquired (for free) a Data General (remember them?) computer with about 2k 16 bit core. After due consideration we decided to throw away the electronics (estimated worth: 0) and keep the cabinet (a nice 19" rack about 5ft high). Sic transit...
How can I remember them if I were born in 1986?!
:-)
 

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