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Simple is the New Smart
Behold the latest smartphone in LG’s award-winning G Series. Now, with a larger, clearer display, a laser-precise camera and superior smart interactivity, we can confidently call the G3 the best smartphone that LG has ever made.
The First Quad HD Smartphone in the US with 4X HD TV Quality
The LG G3’s new 5.5" Quad HD (2560 x 1440) display transforms the smartphone visual experience at 4 times the resolution of HD. Stunning graphics and life-like colors seem to jump off the screen, showing imagery in its finest detail and clarity at 538 pixels per inch.
The World’s First Smartphone with Laser Auto Focus
Never miss a photo-op again! Capture the moment when it happens, even when the subject is moving or the lighting isn’t optimal. You’ll be able to take the photo faster due to the advanced Laser Auto Focus feature and streamlined camera UI.
13 MP OIS+ Camera
Capture true-to-life memories with the LG G3’s 13 MP OIS camera. The floating lens steadies the shot for sharp, focused imagery and the advanced sensor lets more light in. And, take perfect pictures without having to adjust a bunch of settings. Just point, shoot, and take your best shot.
Screen illuminates to take bright selfies even in dimly lit spaces.
Gain quick, secure access to the home screen by tapping your personalized 3 to 8 point pattern anywhere on the display. There are 86,358 possible code combinations.
Let others use your LG G3 securely with unique unlock access*.
* Some owner/personal content and information may still be accessible to a user in Guest Mode.
Lock personal files so you are the only one who can access them.
The LG G3 is a device that constantly learns and adapts to your ever-changing needs and interests, providing personalized suggestions that makes life easier and more productive. With contextual analysis, it helps you get organized, stay on task, keep in touch with friends, and won’t let you miss an important event.
Receive helpful notifications of infrequently used apps to maintain a smooth performance.
Service Provider: Sprint | Color: Gold | Size: 32 GB
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The phone's x-large 5.5 inch screen is MUCH bigger than Samsung Galaxy S5's 5.1 inch screen. I was unaware of how much of a difference there is when comparing tenths of inches. But now I know 0.4 inches is a major difference. This phone is creeping into 'phablet' territory (see the Galaxy Note's 5.7 inch screen). But the Galaxy Note is much more expensive, even though it is basically a Galaxy S5 with a larger screen.
The screen is not only bigger, but it has a much higher resolution. The LG G3 comes in with a QuadHD 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and 538ppi against the Galaxy S5's HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and 431ppi. Again, the difference is apparent as soon as you turn on the phone. I place a lot of importance on the quality of the screen I'm going to be looking at 50-100 times per day.
The LG G3 has the same super fast 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor as the Galaxy S5. But the LG G3 comes with 3GB of RAM as opposed the Galaxy S5's 2GB of RAM. It also comes with 32GB of storage at no extra cost. The Galaxy S5 starts you at 16GB of storage or you can pay more and get one with 32GB.
Physically the phone is stylish and feels durable. Much more so than the GS5. One thing that is taking time to get used to is the location of the standby/volume buttons located on the back of the phone as opposed to the side. This is a minor inconvenience and I'm sure I will adapt as I have only had the phone for 2 days. I can see the advantages of having the buttons on the back. It's almost impossible to press them by accident and they are easier to reach. It's just a matter of breaking old habits.
My favorite feature so far is the Knock Code. Basically you can unlock your phone from a completely black screen without having to push any physical buttons first. It sounds like a small feature, but you'll be surprised how much more convenient it is to unlock your phone in one step instead of two.
The keyboard is also a dream. It's taken me a long time to get accustomed to software keyboards as opposed to hardware ones featured on the old blackberry's. But this one lets you customize it to your tastes. You can make it larger and you can even choose which buttons go where. Typing has never been easier. And for someone who texts and emails constantly throughout the day, that is an extremely important function of my phone.
Overall this is the best phone I have ever owned and I can safely say it is the best phone on the market right now. I did months of research before deciding to buy the LG G3 and I'm glad I did. So if you're on the fence between this phone, the Galaxy S5, the Iphone and the HTC One M8. I would recommend choosing this phone.
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I'm coming from a Galaxy Nexus which was rooted with a custom ROM so it was full of tweaks and I was spoiled. Going to an S5 was a difficult adjustment because of the annoying UI, 30+ bloatware apps, the annoying home button, the lack of RGB multicolored LED for notifications, the downgrade from 32Gb internal memory to 16Gb, and the possibility of never having an unlocked bootloader for future recovery and ROM upgrades.
The LG has a nice and simple UI, less bloatware, no annoying home button, an RGB multicolored LED for notifications, 32Gb of internal memory, and the T-Mobile version already has an unlocked bootloader which means the Verizon version most likely will as well in the future. In my opinion, hands down this phone is better than the S5. The 13Mp camera is just as good as the 16Mp and the picture quality is excellent. The lack of novelty features like a fingerprint sensor or a heart rate monitor don't bother me at all because I probably wouldn't use them anyway. There is no water resistance like the S5, but there is a much bigger and better HD display than the S5, and for me I'll take the better display because I don't feel the need to go swimming with my electronics on me.
Both the S5 and G3 have simple one-click root apps available. Using Stumproot(check the xda sites for the app) took about 5 minutes to root. Install Xposed framework, G3 tweaks from the play store, and any other modules your heart desires and you can customize pretty much anything. I thought I could never live without it, but I don't miss my custom ROM at all.
It's a great phone. If you're unsure about what to get (S5, One M8, G3) go for the G3. You won't be disappointed.
While it worked I'd say it was OK. The strong point was the LG UI design was very good. The camera was amazing for its time. Removable battery is a HUGE plus. However, there were glitches with audio, bluetooth and the external storage that made it difficult to use as a portable music player or video player. I think for the money paid for this phone that should be rock hard stable, and they should provide new firmware updates consistently, security updates consistently, and new Android versions somewhat frequently. Or, at the VERY least, provide an unlocked bootloader so I can install my own firmware, and open up your code so people can fix your problems (since you won't fix them yourself).