Reviews and Problems with LG G2 / D803 / D802 / D805 / D803 / VS980 / Ls980 / F320
Showing 1-10 of 63
4 October 2014
Summary: With that massive screen and super-fast quad core CPU, the G2 leaves practically every other Android phone in its wake. It's so powerful that we couldn't get it to stutter no matter what we threw at it, so if you're an advanced mobile user who enjoys pushing new hardware to its limits, LG's latest phone is going to be right up your street.
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