LG G2

 
LG G2
LG G2
LG G2

 
Overview
 

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The Design: All plastic design that has thin bezels so not too big to hold despite its screen size.
 
The Display: 5.2", IPS LCD, 1080 x 1920 pixels, 423 ppi pixel density.
 
The Camera: 13MP camera, F2.4 aperture with optical image stabilization, HDR, 1080p full HD video recording @60fps, 2.1MP front-facing camera.
 
The Audio: The speaker is located at the bottom of the phone and produces an average sound quality and loudness.
 
The Call Reception & Quality: Both good.
 
The Battery: Capacity: 3000 mAh. Talk time: Up to 17.5 hours for 3G. Standby time: Up to 900 hours for 3G.
 
The UI Speed: Smooth and fast, with no lag even with several demanding applications open in the background.
 
The Overall Experience: A real performance powerhouse with a great 5.2" screen and lots of customization options. The battery will get all but the heaviest of users through the day, which means you won't be worrying about using your phone for things like video, music and gaming. The camera is a very solid performer too, both for still and video. While the phone doesn't look particularly great and the lack of expandable storage means we would definitely recommend the 32GB over the 16GB option, the impressiveness comes from what's inside the phone and right now, Android phones don't get much better than this.
 
Design
78%


 
Display
94%


 
Camera
90%


 
Audio
73%


 
Call Reception & Quality
85%


 
Battery
90%


 
UI Speed
90%


 
Overall Experience
91%


 
Value
88%


 
Total Score
87%


User Rating
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Positives


Great screen, very powerful, good camera.

Negatives


Average build quality, non-removable battery, non-expandable storage.


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Posted November 26, 2013 by

 
How To Buy
 
 

Things to Consider

Though the LG G2 is a modern smartphone, everyone has different preferences when it comes to what they want from a smartphone.  With that in mind, here are the top things we believe you should be aware of before buying the LG G2:

  • The plastic body of the phone is prone to cracking and scratching if dropped, put in a pocket with metal coins or keys, or handled roughly. We therefore recommend you invest in a case and screen protector (see accessories)
  • The back of the phone is non-removable which means that you can’t expand the storage, can’t replace the battery and repairs are more difficult and expensive than on most other phones, especially without specialist tools
  • The screen size is 5.2″ meaning that one hand use will be difficult for everyone but those with very large hands
  • The LG G2 is a high-end phone and the price reflects that. The advantage of buying a high end phone such as this is that it is more future-proof i.e. has the spec to handle OS upgrades and more resource intensive apps in the future
  • The LG G2 uses a micro-SIM

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Full Specs

The highest end phone released so far from LG. It has an incredible screen, a really good camera and solid battery life.

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