DANIELS, 30 Nov 2013Why bad, now you should not update many phones only now starting to get 4.2 and 4.3And besides, you are not missing much when comparing Android 4.2/4.3 to 4.4.
G2 voted the gadget of the year and also the best phone
of the year by UK's Stuff magazine. Cheers!
Best phone .... simply wow.
Better than any other smartphone.
Thanks lg g2 for such lovely xperince.
Between G2, Nexus 5 and SGS4, G2 is a great choice. Imo the 6k price difference btw G2 & N5 can be easily ignored. U get the best camera in its class, a great battery, better display and to add to it u also get the
quality flip cover worth 3k free (flip cvr for N5 costs over 3k extra in play store). SG4 hdwr spec is one generation behind and the phone has been found to be laggy by most reviewers (even though bug fixes claim to have taken care of the lags). I have been using G2 for more than a month now and let me tell u it's a beast of a device. It's never let me down and does everything thrown at it with ease. It's easily the best overall smartphone around.
Awesome unit! All round winning in the market at the moment. Camera great, screen is beautiful and speed is blazingly fast!
If your provider is not LTE all round, ensure you disable LTE on your unit. The devise prefers to use LTE and will often drop ALL signal if LTE is enabled. This may be seen as a fault but it is not. Switch to GSM/WCDMA auto and you are good to go with 3G HSDPA!!
amazing phone great camera , very good battery life and fast charging , beautiful display, every thing good about this phone
AnonD-50341, 03 Dec 2013im nt sure between g2 and nexus5.slow update for G2 chnge my mind.suggest me friends.im planni... moreDear Friend,
both the Handsets share a common configuration platform.
where as in G2 u will experience the rich in house features of LG that are worth the bucks!! where as nexus 5 would only give u a feel of a google powered handset and nothng EXTRA!!
FYI..the OS update for G2 has been announced and is due in January ,2014.
AnonD-207299, 03 Dec 2013Hi..hows LG Mobiles service in India. Planning to buy G2 but have heard that LG is not good in... moreHi Abhay,
if you are thinking of buying a LG G2. you can proceed for it without any negative apprehension in mind. the Product is the best in its class both performance wise and aesthitically and on the servics aspect LG has the largest and the strongest Service network in the Consumer durables Sector withing the country.
A G2 user :)
LG G2 is the best phone ever! it's complete. nothing to ask for! :)
Hi..hows LG Mobiles service in India. Planning to buy G2 but have heard that LG is not good in service; cant find much on google.
im nt sure between g2 and nexus5.slow update for G2 chnge my mind.suggest me friends.im planning to buy Nexus5 ths week.G2 vs nexus5.
this is the best phone i had yet. it oozes quality. dont see a problem with the keys on the back. the screen is awesome. and its lightening fast. the battery is very good unlike the Nexus 5. my only niggle is i have to wait to march 2014 for Kitkat 4.4
This is hands down the best phone on the market. The hardware is basically an advanced version of the Nexus 5 without the Kit Kat. I just hope LG doesn't drop support too soon. Would like two updates on this handset.
My experience with the LG G2 (4.2.2) for 14 days on T-Mobile USA: Initially I was happy with the phone but...
Good: 1. An excellent camera with sharp images and correct color—the best I've seen. 2. Excellent reception and download speeds on T-Mobile USA LTE—the best I've seen. 3. Excellent battery life—the best I've seen. 4. Excellent screen colors—similar to iPhone 5S.
Bad: 1. Bluetooth bug (ref. XDA Developers) which caused there different headsets: Samsung HM6000, Motorola Whisper, and even the LG 730 Tone+, to constantly disconnect. 2. Keyboard bug causing random keystrokes or words (extremely annoying!); the T-Mobile store manager had this same bug. 3. Inconvenient power and volume buttons when combined with the LG 'QuickWindow Folio Case.' 5. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi issues with Play Store audio players. The T-Mobile LG G2 does not include a headset. My Sony, Nokia, and Apple headsets were not properly matched and sounded terrible. Only my Samsung Note II headset sounded correct.
I wanted to love this phone—and initially I did; but, alas, I returned it—as bluetooth connectivity and a reliable keyboard for texting is important for me. Waiting until Q1 2014 (possibly into March) is too long for these issues to be fixed.