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LG G2 D800 GSM 4G LTE Unlocked Smartphone with 13MP Camera, 32GB, Black

3.6 out of 5 stars 532 ratings

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  • 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3g: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100, 4G: LTE 700 / 850 / 1700 / 1900
  • 5.2" True HD-IPS + LCD Capacitive Multi-Touchscreen w/ Protective Corning Gorilla Glass 2
  • Android v4.2.2 JellyBean (upgradable to v4.4.2 KitKat), Quad-Core 2.26 GHz Krait 400 Processor, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 8, Adreno 330 Graphics
  • 13 Megapixel Camera (4160 x 3120 pixels) w/ Autofocus, optical image stabilization, LED Flash + Front-Facing 2.1 Megapixel Camera + Video
  • Internal Memory: 32GB (23GB User Available), 2GB RAM
  • Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.

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Screen Size 5.2 inches 6.2 inches 5.5 inches 5 inches 5 inches 5 inches
Item Dimensions 5.45 x 0.35 x 2.79 inches 6.29 x 3.02 x 0.34 inches 0.4 x 2.8 x 5.4 inches 5.7 x 0.32 x 2.84 inches 6 x 8 x 2 inches 5.69 x 0.31 x 2.86 inches
Item Weight 5.04 ounces 6.53 ounces 0.50 lbs 0.02 ounces 4.94 ounces 4.80 ounces
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The LG G2 offers a unique, forward-thinking design that's actually a bit backwards by placing all the buttons on the rear of the device (instead of along the sides). Moving the main buttons to the back of the phone gives you more control since this is where your index fingers are naturally located -- you'll wonder why they haven't always been there. Researchers have also found that moving the buttons also results in fewer dropped phones when adjusting the volume while talking.

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Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars First Impressions
By M dot.Ace on April 24, 2015
I ordered this phone Thursday before noon, selected Next Day which guaranteed delivery by Friday 8PM and it ended up arriving before noon. Excellent Turn around and while it obviously costed a bit extra it was worth the convenience of having the phone before the weekend. Only con to this was FedEx left it out front of the door and a signature was not needed- this is sometimes a plus for some but i would rather have an 'expensive' package signed for. Now, on to the device!

I am going from a Nokia Lumia 920 that was ungracefully aging and is now about 2 years old. This phone literally doubles most specs and ties or beats all others. The screen is beautiful, navigating around the software is quick and easy. This phone has the same Snapdragon 800 CPU i have in my 8.4 Galaxy tablet and being it has a much smaller screen to run it flies! My tablet is no slouch either but this phone is extremely responsive and a pleasure to use. The battery life has been praised since it came out, it has a full 50% more than my lumia. It has 2 Gigs of ram, around 23GB of usable storage space which is plenty for me personally. As i'm setting up the phone periodically tips will come up to get the most out of it and it isn't condescending or annoying and once you've read and/or mastered the tip you can have it not show again as well. There are options to have things easier to use one handed such as the keyboard which to be honest for me is not necessary. The power and volume on the back is somewhat odd, I'm not at all used to it however, being able to just knock on the screen to wake it up as well as shut off the display eliminates the need to pick the phone up just to perform these tasks so it ends up being a plus as the perimeter of the device is void of any buttons. There is a notification LED on the front of the device that you can have set to notify you of seemingly everything and apparently one on the back as well which i have not used but looking at it i would guess it is just the camera flash being used for notifications as there are no other leds visible.

Now again i am going from a 4.5" screen to a 5.2" screen. This is NOT a "phablet" in fact it is not uncomfortable AT ALL and i am making a switch to a screen size about 3/4" larger which is sizable in terms of display real estate. I do not have massive hands I'd say 'average' but i have already used the keyboard and navigated everything with absolutely no problem. I am guessing this is because the side bezels are extremely thin, in addition to this, between the status bar at top, and the on screen navigation buttons on the bottom (these are on screen, NOT capacitive type buttons built into the device as on many other devices including my Lumia) the actual display size you are using for apps etc becomes less than 5.2 inches somewhere closer to 5". The screen to body ratio as rated on GSM Arena is 75.9% meaning 75.9% of the front of the whole device, is screen. Keeping in mind there are usually sensors, a front facing camera ('selfie cam' ..ugh), the receiver speaker, and any leds, this is a very good ratio and to me, very desirable!

I haven't played music but from notification sounds and ring tones the speakers are average, loud enough to hear but, you know its a phone- i'd never take any points or stars off for cell speakers but to each his own. I have not yet taken any pictures but from what i have researched online so far it appears to be only average quality as a whole. It is 13MP but this is always one of those deceiving specs as there are lesser MP cameras which take spectacular, detailed photographs and are more versatile such as in low light or on the move, close ups..etc. Unfortunately being i have not got into the 'field' to test it i am only going by others reviews of it. Optical image stabilization is a plus and for general photography this will suffice. The phone has Bluetooth v.4, infrared (which is completely unnecessary and i'd rather the cost go into something else), every current band of WiFi available including 'ac' and WiFi Direct so you can transfer files to and from devices with WiFi, and NFC which was a surprise to me. It does NOT have wireless charging which isn't too big a deal but obviously doing things without worrying about wires is the future, ymmv. I put my micro sim from my lumia into the G2 started her up and everything went up without a hitch.

I am on AT&T network and was able to upgrade from the shipped android version of Kit Kat to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop which apparently was released only a few days ago for the device (lucky me!). While the phone is "unlocked" it is still AT&T branded (the AT&T 'world' logo is on back) and has a few of their apps, though i'd say not as many as if bought through AT&T directly but i am just guessing. I tried to be as thorough as possible in my review but as i have only had the phone for a day i can't provide any more information, hope this helps someone with their choice. There is the LG G4 coming out what seems like mid May or such for those that need latest and greatest but chances are if you are reading this you are not, and besides, this screen is already a FHD 424 pixel per inch 5.2" beauty (the G4 is rumored to be 5.5" QHD which would make for 534 PPI) and considering it has been on the market for a year and a half it does not look 'old' nor leave ME wanting for anything more besides perhaps the camera but AGAIN!!! For the price and everything it includes it truly is a fantastic deal! The only competition with respect to price and features are a few lesser known foreign brands but honestly, this is a well known brand and everything just works and for $260 shipped to my doorstep in 24 hours I'm content.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2015
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1.0 out of 5 stars Worst warranty service
By shaishai1 on August 20, 2015
Have had this phone for about 7 months. The phone was working great with the kit kat android OS. It all started to go sideways once the lollipop update was installed. Decreased battery life by almost half. Had to charge the phone twice during a day. Then a couple months later started to have issues with the screen. There were dead zones and apps/buttons were getting randomly pressed. This was fixed after a factory reset, but this was not a permanent fix. After a few weeks the problem started again (Link to the problem - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvG2CfSZ8hg), and this time a factory reset did not fix it. Being under warranty, I sent it out to the LG mobile repair facility. A week later I hear back saying there was liquid damage and it is unrepairable. when there was no water damage at all. I've had a case on it through out the time I've had it, only removing it once I started to have the problem. Looking at other reviews for their repair facility, it does not shock me that I got this response.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2015
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