For the last couple of weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to test out the LG G3. It’s a very impressive smartphone with a beautiful 5.5-inch Quad HD display (2,560 x 1,440), but does it live up to all of the hype? Check out my full review above to find out if the LG G3 is worth your hard-earned dollars.
From my written review on 9to5Google:
When the LG G3 was first announced, I wasn’t exactly sure what to think about it. Sure, the G2 was nice and had a beautiful display with some quirky software features, but it wasn’t something I was ever interested in using on a daily basis. I considered it to be nothing more than a mediocre device in a big race. Don’t get me wrong, it was definitely a step up for LG, but the G2′s late release put it up against some tough competition in 2013.
Fast forward to the LG G3. Even with its recent announcement and small-scale initial launch, the G3 has captured the attention of many. It’s nothing short of a 2014-standard as far as flagship specifications go, but will the LG G3 be the best smartphone this year? That remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure, this is the best smartphone that LG has created thus far
Taking a look at specifications, the LG G3 packs a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM (32GB model) or 2GB of RAM (16GB model), a 3,000mAh battery, 16/32GB of internal storage, and a micro SD card slot that’s expandable up to 128GB. At its core, the G3 is a definite contender, but these specifications don’t make it much different from any other flagship devices we’ve seen this year.
For my full written review, check out the article here on 9to5Google. It’s a long read, but well worth it if you’re considering buying this beastly flagship smartphone. Overall, I’ve enjoyed my time with the LG G3, but 2014 still has quite a few more offerings. Check out the video review above and click here for the full written review.
Summary: The LG G3 is a sleek and speedy device, but at the end of the day it's main marketing feature is a display that really doesn't add any value to the user experience. Don't get me wrong, I love the display, but there are many other features to consider if you're looking at picking up an LG G3 for yourself.