Posted on Sep 15 2014 - 8:46pm by Shem
RATING
  • Build
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  • Technical Specification
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  • Features

LG G3 is without a doubt one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2014, hugely thanks to the success of it predecessor. We have been testing the device for almost a month to bring you a detailed review highlighting all of its features as well as to show you its main strengths and weaknesses.

Just in case you don’t remember device features the newest quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU clocked at 2.5 GHz, Adreno 330 GPU, 3GB of RAM and 5.5 inch 2K display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The screen has currently the highest pixel density available on the market (subject to change), but does it actually make a difference in everyday use? or is it just a marketing trick? Check out our full review to find out.

[ VIDEO REVIEW ] LG G3

LG G3 has a lot of very innovative built in features, one of them being the support for a dedicated Quick Circle case. We have tested the case and all apps made with the circular cutout in mind

[ VIDEO REVIEW ] Quick Circle Case CCF-340G and Quick Circle Apps

LG G3 Sample Pictures and Video Samples

The newest flagship from LG comes with a powerful 13MP sensor equipped with laser autofocus and dual LED flash. The camera performed astonishingly well in good lightening conditions but at night its performance was very poor. Check out some of our samples below.

The G3 can record video in 4k resolution and you can change focus whilst recording by pressing on the screen. Below is a short sample video recorded in maximum resolution.

Final Words

Even though LG G3 has some of the most impressive technical specification on the market in daily use it performs significantly worse than other flagships. Battery life is one of the worst if not the worst among flagships and lags are noticeable throughout the interface. It does however come with a ton of interesting software solutions and its design is difficult not to like. Even though the display is massive at 5.5″ the phone itself is almost the same size as 5″ flagships from other manufacturers. Huge pixel density is most likely the cause of all the major problems with the device and it just shows how marketing ruined a potentially great smartphone.

Are you using LG G3 ? Well it yes, let us know your views on it. Drop your comments below.






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Medical Student from Poland, YouTuber and Tech Reviewer who loves everything about Android. Active Xda-Developers forum member (shem2409) that can't live without root and the newest mods. Loves Sony Xperia "Z" series. Follow him at Twitter.

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