Very impressive specs. However, I had the G2x a few phones ago and am a little skeptical about LG's phones. I think I'll wait a few months to see how these preform and read some reviews before I make a decision. I have heard LG has stepped up their game with phones... time will tell :]
Awesome phone. I really hope it will also come in a Google Edition flavor, or even better, a Nexus 5...
"and a "generous" 3,000 mAh battery"
Generous indeed. This should be pretty close to Razr Maxx's battery life.
@ deftonian - I would consider also the Optimus G, G Pro, Nexus 4, also made by LG; excellent phones, and a few years younger than the G2x. LG did in fact step up their game, and has been doing so for a while.
no SD slot? Hate this trend :-(
Doesn't sound like battery is replaceable either, but the battery size is a step in the right direction. Maybe it has a shot at running for a day w/ full web browing use...
[quotemsg=11309463,0,61313]no SD slot? Hate this trend :-(
Doesn't sound like battery is replaceable either, but the battery size is a step in the right direction. Maybe it has a shot at running for a day w/ full web browing use...[/quotemsg]
I wonder how long it will be before Samsung sells out and stops including an SD card slot. That will be a sad time indeed.
this phone only seems really good because the note 3 hasn't been announced yet. Note 3 will beat this phone in many ways. I think its snapdragon 800 will be clocked higher. Most likely a 3400mah battery at the least, larger screen, better updates through samsung, s pen, micro sd slot, removable battery. Looks like the only advantage of the LG is 24/192 dac and the PSR tech but PSR tech will become a mainstream standard it looks like. But as I've said before I'll continue to receive my 20/month discount on t-mobile and stick with the note 2 another year. It still runs butter smooth and does everything I need it to. Don't feel the need to upgrade this year.
I have an Optimus G, by far the best android i've owned yet. Battery life is excellent, i can usually get almost 48 hours with data sync turned off, and i can get about 20-30 hours with it turned on depending on signal strength. More than enough to get me through the day. Plus when i use it, it responds well with no lag. I just wished it took better pictures but like most phone makers, they cater to idiot customers which think more MP means better pictures, it does not.
[quotemsg=11314534,0,1063409]I have s4 I love the camera only thing is night mode isn't that good photo quality is superb [/quotemsg]
That's the key when consolidating so many pixels into a sensor. You lose light sensitivity. That's why apple stuck with the 5MP camera so long, and they got praise for taking great pictures. Larger physical pixel sensors are more sensitive to light, and do well in lower light and better overall dynamic range. You can have a nice and clear 13mp camera that takes washed out pictures, or you can have a great 5mp picture with superb color and light.