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good house keeping
16 April 2014
Excerpt: The LG G2 is a solid phone that performed among the best on many of our lab tests.
Pros: Good battery life, Excellent display quality, Good camera quality, Excellent performance - great for the latest Android games and visual apps, Easy to type on, Comfortable to hold in hand, Easy to read on, Very easy to navigate
LG G2 review: this is the Android you’re looking for
8 March 2014
Conclusion: Let’s wrap up. LG’s G2 is a triumph. It’s one of the fastest phones on the market and for considerably less than the S4 and Note III, you’re getting a smartphone that can handle anything you throw at it. The only downside, and ironically what LG has marketed the most, is the oddly-placed volume/power keys located on the rear of the phone under the camera lens.
Summary: The strength of Android phones is in their power, their size, their longevity and their rich feature set. The LG G2 impresses on every front. Judging software is a little trickier, since different users will like different things – if you're a fan of TouchWiz, for example, you'll probably buy a Samsung phone over any other manufacturer.
Pros: The G2 has a feature-packed camera, a gorgeous screen, a roaring processor and seemingly endless battery life.
Cons: Its lack of microSD card slot is a glaring omission, and its software UI isn't as polished as what you'd find from competing manufacturers.
Excerpt: Finally – an LG phone we want. That’s not to say LG makes bad phones, we’ve just never fancied ourselves as mid-range phone chasers. Neither the LG Optimus 4X HD nor the Optimus G reached our shores in time to matter in the flagship wars, but the winds have changed. Introducing the LG G2 – quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 internals coupled with 2GB RAM and an impressive 3000mAh battery is just the beginning.
Pros: Class leading screen, Great battery, Strong camera experience
Cons: Heavy UI, Plastic build, No expandable storage
Summary: Those looking for an alternative to the two current top of the range Android smartphone will be satisfied by this shimmering LG G2 . The price, then, it is interesting, especially for the 32 GB model, which doubles the storage capacity of the data for only $50. Original design or materials and finishes of the highest level and even less well-known than other’s brands, but certainly does not fear comparisons. Above all, it is in the hardware sector of the absolute level.
Pros: Excellent screen, Good rear camera, High autonomy, Hardware at the top, Intuitive user interface.
Cons: It lacks the microSD slot, Improved design, Layout of the keys controversial.
Summary: LG has truly surprised us. The G2 is undoubtedly worthy of the flagship tag. A gorgeous display that leaves the rivals far behind, form factor that makes all other 5-inch smartphones feel some bit of shame, camera that does very well in low light conditions and the big battery will last you almost two days on a single charge. Perhaps, the only niggle is the weird power and volume key placement, but that isnâ€™t something you cannot get used to.
Pros: Amazing display, Brilliant form factor, Thin bezel around the screen reduces footprint, Very good camera in low light, Battery life is good
Cons: Body still relies on plastic, Focusing takes time in low light
Summary: Cutting-edge innovator. This smartphone wants to boost itself to the forefront of our Top 10 with awesomely swift hardware and rearranged physical buttons. The LTE phone has a good chance of accomplishing that with the Snapdragon 800 and a Full HD IPS screen. However, it must first overcome a few obstacles.
Pros: Extreme performance, IPS screen, Outstanding battery runtime, Full HD videos with 60 fps, Innovative key arrangement, LG has added useful features to Android and the innovative "wake-up gesture" seems very handy.
Cons: Non-expandable storage, Non-removable battery, A micro SD slot and a removable battery would undisputedly boost the smartphone to 1 st place of the Top 10.
Conclusion: The LG G2 is one of the best phones we’ve ever used, and has virtually no downsides. It’s comfortable to hold, has the fastest hardware on the market, has a battery big enough to last more than a day, it packs twice as much memory as competitors (though doesn’t have MicroSD), and its camera is at least as good as the competition. It doesn’t have a crazy fingerprint reader or a single “standout” feature, but the G2 is a near-perfect Android phone.
Pros: Most powerful phone around, Most comfortable phone to hold, Best battery life of a flagship phone (1.2 days), Great 13MP camera, 32GB of memory
Cons: Too many apps pre-installed (62), No MicroSD support, Camera app gets laggy, Verizon version is fingerprint magnet, Verizon version buttons are too small