lonleystar, 12 Feb 2014which is the best? LG G2 32 LG Nexus 5 32Forget the two,think of G3 or G Pro 2,will be more realistic.
Anyone please help.....
I bought a g2 original korean version few days back. Its works like a charm no issues. Since its t korean version there are some apps by default and t dial pad to has korean letters which cannot be changed. I would like to convert the os into the international version.... can someone tell me what os version can I install and hope that is a stable one....
AnonD-217733, 10 Feb 2014Well my G2 doesn't heat up and the battery life is great... I usually get 2 days on a charge..... moreIm not going worry thats what I meant.
Li-Ion batteries are more resistant to overcharge or I could be wrong.
Sorry about my message :D
AnonD-217733, 10 Feb 2014Well my G2 doesn't heat up and the battery life is great... I usually get 2 days on a charge..... moreHi, I understand about the phone design how they are made, but did you receive the update the 4.4.2 update, which is why you don't get those problem?
I dont have LG G2, but Iim planning to get G pro 2 or G3, becuase they will long lasting battery. LG G flex is a good phone its available in UK. But I'll wait.
Im scared of the li-polymer battery, hope it doesn't explode as its not resistsnt to over as li-ion batteries are, which are being used in new and latest smartphones, mobiles and tablets today.
Im not going becuase SpecialEdition reassured me that it doesn't and Li-polymer batteries are safer than li-ion. Although I have read on a website that li polys are more resistant to overcharge.
Decided to treat myself to something nice as a celebration gift for getting a nice job.
I'll have to say that the phone completely blew me out of the sky; I've had large experience with LG phones in the past; Owned an Optimus One, had hands-on experience with the 4X HD when it came out, same for LG Optimus x2, LG Viewty II and several pre-android ancestors.
I'll have to point out that LG is one of the most reputable phone manufacturers i've ever had experience with, therefore the choice of this particular phone was no ordeal between the counterparts from Samsung or HTC, but on with the feedback, shall we?
The design is partially remnant of the previous ones from Optimus series, which has always boded with me well. The screen is large, yet not ''overly large, how in the God's name do you fit this thing in your hand?''.
Speculations have circled around for a long time that the iPhone screens are pretty much on par, if not the same LG screens. While i can't confirm or deny this theory, i'll have to say that the iPhone 5 and LG G2
are like blood brothers when it comes to on-screen details, perhaps a little more livery in the color spectrum from LG's side.
The 2.26 Ghz Quad core Processor, paired with 2 Gigabytes of ram, handle like a miracle under pressure, even to the deal that it's became twice as fast for me to interact with my phone, rather than my laptop.
As an audiophile, i'll have to say that i've had the pleasure of experiencing many upon many brands, though the one feature that most definitely sold the phone for me was the sound quality. The original LG earbuds bear an incognito/humble design and name that doesn't raise many expectations from them, which is exactly where I made my fair share of mistake. The Dolby Mobile Support ensures a wonderful experience while watching High Quality movies or listening to music, which to me has always been important.
In summary, the phone is well worth the price, i believe, as it delivers on all levels;
The camera is responsive and allows for you to snap quality screens.
The sound is pleasing down to the smallest detail you hear, whether that'd be Jazz, Progressive House, Hip Hop or rock, making you feel like you're listening to music in cinema.
Screen quality furthermore compliments the sound, whether that'd be movies or youtube videos you're watching.
Battery life is durable, seems like a major improvement from Optimus 4X HD.
Hope this helps people with making their decision, as i've been nothing, but satisfied with this phone.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2014Hi everyone Well i just bought a new LG G2 and this is my first smartphone i would like to u... moreYou can use the G2 built in app called MiraCast to project the phone screen to the monitor via wifi... the phone also comes with On-Screen Phone option that allows you to connect the phone to the computer.... check them out... this phone is amazing...
Well i just bought a new LG G2 and this is my first smartphone i would like to use it with my 27" monitor through slimport and use my mouse simultaneously
so do i have to buy a special cable or will any bluetooth mouse will connect ??
Thanx for your help in advance
peyamix , 10 Feb 2014I was disappointed to see that there is no 3G in LG G2. I can not really understand that how ... moreYour sim card must 3G capable so you can use 3G connection. Or do you mean by no 3G because it dosen't support video calling through cellular network? Some people think that 3G means video calling...
peyamix , 10 Feb 2014I was disappointed to see that there is no 3G in LG G2. I can not really understand that how ... moreMy G2 has 3G....... isn't the G2 a quad band phone.. cause I get the little "4H" and sometime "E".... and I can view youtube videos etc... so it definitely has 3G and 4G...
rrig_UK, 08 Feb 2014Hello, I really hope that with Android 4.4 + kikat, the battery doesn't drain and hope the ... moreWell my G2 doesn't heat up and the battery life is great... I usually get 2 days on a charge... I have the international version though.... maybe your is defective because it is not supposed to heat up...just a tad warm with heavy gaming...... but definitely not hot. If you are still within warranty period carry it back....maybe you got a slightly defective one... remember they are massed produced... these things can happen
I was disappointed to see that there is no 3G in LG G2. I can not really understand that how to would not be phone in the top level.
76, 09 Feb 2014where is the update for kitkat here in ksaIt will be coming soon for KSA, as it is available already in Korea (OTA).
Anonymous, 07 Feb 2014Does anyone here has update your LG G2 to 4.4 kitkat version?? Do you have any problem (laggin... moreHi All
I got 4.4.2 update and its great. battery performance has increased unbelievably. my set after update has gone amazing. screen brightness and sharpness also feels better.
before 4.4 update there was heating problem with games. but even that was normal as i have used alot of android sets so i know they heatup to this extent. even s4 used to heat up alot.
guys right now no other set is even close to g2. if u are to buy a set now then go for it. else wait for s5 or g3. i m personally waiting for g3. i know s5 is gonna have only QHD display additional. and for a matter of fact our eyes hardly ditinguish any difference over 350-370 DPI. whereas new phone already have 480 DPI. so no excitement for QHD. now i will buy a set that will give some real innovation. not extra megapixel or extra useless DPI.
AnonD-3744, 09 Feb 2014long press volume down and power button at once.lot of thanx buddy :)
AnonD-231535, 08 Feb 2014May i know where i can get LG G2 in Malaysia? i have been looking for many retail shop but mos... moreYes,Malaysia only knows Samsung phones,LG is alien to them,i don't know which part of you,if you near JB,then no problem,just cross over the causeway with your valid document to Singapore,get it here,most of the shops sell G2,it's popular here,no problem at all.