LG is apparently keeping busy and hits the market with the 3rd version of the best Android smartphone, the LG G3 model. Following the success that LG G2 had winning a lot of prizes and being dubbed the smartphone of the year 2013, the new G3 must behave better and even overcome its competitors from Samsung or HTC.
When referring to its appearance we have to mention the case has an ellegant finish and a metallic look (even if it isn’t made of metal) and the buttons positioned on the back have been enlarged for an easier use of the smartphone.
LG G3 is a slim classy smartphone, with a display diagonal of 1 extra cm compared to it's direct competitor Galaxy S5.
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Now let’s talk about LG G3’s display which surprises us with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and 534 ppi density.
The qualitative screen renders the colours perfectly and the high resolution is especially noticed when we view photos where even the most demanding users won’t have any objections.
Let’s fiind out what „engine” supports the performances of this mega-smartphone.
The manufacturer used a 2,5 Ghz SnapDragon Quad-Core CPU on LG G3 and for internal memory and RAM we will have two options 2 Gb of RAM and 16 GB internal memory or 3 Gb of RAM and 32 Gb internal memory.
G3’s performances are to be envied and we are sure that it will behave excellently when running any game and any complex app.
For selfie enthusiasts, or for those that use the smartphone as a camera there are good news: although the main camera is still a 13 Mp one as for Lg G2, the image processing has been improved as well as the optical image stabilisation ( OIS ) .
By means of a laser sensor for auto focusing, the camera focuses quickly and more pecisely on the object or person whose picture we want to take.
The front camera has been improved as well: clearer pictures in low brightness conditions, motion control, emphasising the face and many more…as I said LG thought of selfie when they created this smartphone.
On the software part, LG G3 comes with a completely redesigned interface. They have adopted a minimalist style, with reduced tones which improve the user’s perception of the apps and menus which often seem too crowded on phones and tablets.
Moreover, the suite of preinstalled apps has been considerably increased, the new G3 has introduced new toolkits/ kits on the sharing, storage and office part.
Check out below the best Lg G3 reviews and maybe we will do a head-to-head test with a Samsung Galaxy S5 , an HTC One M8 or a Sony Xperia Z2 .
1. Lg G3 full review by TheNextWeb.com
2. Another review and hands-on by Stuff.tv