AnonD-194682, 27 May 2014Definetely G2 Mini, maybe the resolution is lower, but it has Gorilla Glass 2 and IPS Display,... moreYeah, you wouldn't regret buying G2 mini, very unique features like the rear key, people looking at me while on call because my index finger navigating volume control very easy. Slim and decent battery life, another thing is the Knock Code and Knock ON.
Why is my phone only showing 4 gig of internal memory but the specs says its 8 gig?
i have a problem with this phone
some times touch is not working well ! some place of screen ! and then after restart its fine !!
do anybody have this problem ?
Anonymous, 26 May 2014what is must to have g2 mini or samsung grand 2 duos pls help melg g2
Anonymous, 26 May 2014what is must to have g2 mini or samsung grand 2 duos pls help meDefinetely G2 Mini, maybe the resolution is lower, but it has Gorilla Glass 2 and IPS Display, while Grand 2 is TFT, and you got the beautiful + useful design of G2(the flagship), it has all the features of G2, trust me, you wouldn't regret if you buy G2 Mini.
AnonD-267282, 25 May 2014Still no clue about its launching date in India. Did any one knew about.Please help me out....... moreI sent lg india an email about last week asking the same. The answer wasnt specific. They repiled about next month
Still no clue about its launching date in India. Did any one knew about.Please help me out...........
AnonD-266090, 23 May 2014As suggested, posting below what I committed to G2miniLTE. And to be clear: When talking abo... moreWow thanks for your comment man i wanted this phone cos G2 is just too pricey right now. But how about the battery life? Does it last up to 2 days on moderate usage?
sagar24, 23 May 2014Which is better l90 dual or g2 mini , or else? ,
i want dual sim plz suggest .
thanx , g2 mini OVER L90
Which is better l90 dual or g2 mini , or else? ,
i want dual sim plz suggest .
As suggested, posting below what I committed to G2miniLTE.
And to be clear: When talking about the hardware itself it seems really solid. My main criteria for selection were quad-core, removable battery,
# Screen resolution is actually perfectly enough for anything. I don't understand the demand for higher and higher resolution in such small devices. What resolution do people have in desktop comps or laptops? Most laptops sell with 1280x720. My fingers are not small enough and eyes not good enough for any higher resolution. The backlight pattern or IPS matrix are more important factors than 4K resolution.
One must also remember the pixel count impacts the battery drain.
# QSlide. Yes you can do it as they do on youtube. You can with Calendar,Memo, File manager, Calculator, Internet, Phone, Videos, Messaging, E-Mail. But nothing more. No other app can be used in that mode. I cannot open GPS like that, or MXPlayer, or Boat browser, or K9mail, or…. limited to the above set. OK, in this case I can understand technical issues.
// Posting below what I committed to G2miniLTE.
OK Then. I Have this piece of … hardware for few weeks now. General impression? The more I use it the more disappointed I am. I knew what features it would not have (with one exception maybe). But those it has I was expecting to be fully functional - no, they are not.
But some goods first: performance is OK. The screen operation is smooth - almost everything opens quickly. Camera opens quickly enough so one still has chances to capture the moment. Colors are nice, brightness is also sufficient, battery life better indeed than most handsets I met. Some nice features like extended toolbar - hotspot shortcut included in it.
Now the bads. In order of my rising frustration:
NO Ambient Light sensor - this is really odd - I missed that in specs (or the specs missed it?). I was hoping to use it for GPS but without the sensor it gets hard sometimes. One would do better getting some 7" tablet if GPS is considered.
Yes, I use LUX app but it does not give constant adjustments when no sensor. Also, it is not working properly with the native KitKat brightness settings. When LUX is enabled the native (and any other) brightness settings are corrupted - not working at all. And I do not blame LUX as it works as expected on JB phone.
[Update] Curious is why LG did not implement an original brightness control thru the cam while they implement such exotic things like "Smart screen" or "Smart video" - implementing "Smart brightness" should be a peanut (enough would be to adjust bri periodically when screen is on, with a user-defined period) And why not to make it standard so all the IR apps could work with it!?! Didn't they learn anything about locked standards?
Bluetooth control. I tried to connect "phone" and "media" to the car's BT and to run GPS on it. It works, but - you cannot stop the music in any way. Or rather you can but pausing musing mutes everything else so my GPS gets muted too. What a ridiculous behavior. I have spent too much time investigating it and could not get it working properly (of course no problems on SG). Hence, I decided to disconnect media and leave only phone on BT. Now music is stopped and GPS messages go thru the handset's speakers.
QuickRemote - this is the biggest joke in the whole set. Ok, I confirm, it works too. But have you seen "bigG2" remote? You have Audio, Projector, Universal remote and even AC in it. Here, merely TV, DVD & BR, period. "One moment " - you would say - "you can always use learning function"… no, my dear, there's no that function either. 3rd party apps? No way - LG locks down the IR blaster so no app recognizes it. Happy?
QSlide multitasking - this is like a toy rather. Nothing really useful. I would like it if it let me put two external apps on the screen like GPS and something else but this is not the case. Oh… moment. LG has such an interesting functionality called "Slide aside". This is it! …But sorry - not in G2mini. "G2big" has it.
Update: "Slide aside" also is not what I need. QSlide is closer but too limited.
Knock-Code - I still don’t get what's the fuss about. This is really a minor feature. Actually, it is not too comfortable as it is not always working as it should. OK - for switching off the screen it works nice but for unlocking - not really. Many times I had to repeat the combination. Also knocking to wake up only (double tap in the middle) is not what it should be. Seems like the device enters some deeper sleep mode after few minutes and then it does not react after 2 knocks immediately. You need either repeat or knock 3 times.
Where is that nice two-level battery meter showing time lines for system awake, wifi activity, GPS activity etc. Nothing like that. Oh, that in that price tag the client is not so serious about technical details, right? Believe me, I'm very serious about it. Hey, but wasn't it available in my cheap SG with JB? Of course it was.
Call answering. There is a feature to drop the call with the power button. But why on heavens there is no chance to answer the call with any hardware button. I don’t even care to finish the call in most cases except when my ex is calling ;) but many times I really need to pick the call quickly just while pulling the handset out of my pocket and without looking at it. But no, there is no such an option. Oh, wait… My old, cheap SG has it…
Camera stabilizer. Why not to give any software-stabilization for 8mpix camera? This is the mystery of the LG marketing gurus.
Not to forget some crazy bugs like that one when plugging in the charger and it shows that very nice animation of the plug with adequate sound and - it does it 10 times or more! Reset helps - sometimes.
So, the impression the phone makes is like a crippled G2's advertisement or a demo, or trial version that seems telling you "here is an ersatz what you could have but if you want it fully functional get the real smartphone for 2x the money". Yeah… now I know it. But sorry, I will not - I have bought this piece already and will stay with it for a while. And then I will stay away from the whole frivolous brand.