S . SUDHAKAR, 27 Jul 2014According to my usage pattern of my LG G3, this is the battery life :
Almost the same as no... moregetting it below 30K doesn't make sense. LG is a valued brand and to add to it, The phone is nearly perfect in every way. You can in no way price it near Nexus 5. This is way too superior.
I am the proud owner of a G3 (first 1500 pieces in India).
It is a 32 GB version. It is a bit laggy but only till the first update followed by a factory reset.. After that it is as smooth as butter..
I am in love with this phone..
I would like to mention that I upgraded from Note2.. And hence felt that it was a worthy upgrade..
However those who have snapdragon 800 based SoCs should wait for 805 and 810..
I just wanted to say that I am a bit disappointed by this handset. There are two main factors that leads to this:
- UI is a little bit too big for me... screen has a nice resolution but they scaled everything up, and I can see much less information on my screen than on average phone. This is especially irritating when you extend status bar... I can see only four notifications. In that case I would consider such a big resolution as a disadvantage rather than a plus - it just drains my battery and I have no gain (to watch movies, full hd is more than I need)
- believe it or not, but by default (maybe there are some trick and hacks) UI is laggy, and it is not 'hardly to notice'. It is really frustrating to wait 1-2 seconds to see Home screen after closing application like Calculator. Another thing is that default weather widget loads from scratch almost every time I come back to Home screen (first You see blank space, then loading indicator, and after around 3-4 seconds you see weather info).
When I compare this to Nexus 5 (or even Nexus 4) it seems it is much behind them. Of course it has some nice features (most important for me are: sd card support, infrared, fm radio), but most of the system's modifications are ruining Android experience. It seems I will stick to pure android and wait for Nexus 6 / silver line.
Why?? why can't you make your own assessment instead of blaming it on others. so you want to spend 800dollars on what others say? if not stop asking people to prove why it is good.
i want to buy one smart phone. i totly confused about lg g3 or sony z 2 . which is more bettr smart phone......can u please advise me.......
Anonymous, 27 Jul 2014You're wrong. I have the note 3 and I'm annoyed with the pixel separation. Besides the 300 dpi... moreYou're lying when you say the Note 3's pixel separation bothers you because no Human eye can possibly see the separate pixels and if you bring the phone much closer no Human eye can possibly focus down that far too see separate pixels because it just becomes a blur.
Bought a Lg g3 arround 5 days ago, i come from a galaxy S I9000 that i have extended for this long, so far the experience has been trully stunning.. i'm very pleased with the device.
It's very fast, stable and fluid my version is the 16gb/2gb ram,so far no shutdown and hardly gets warm ,doesnt lag or stutter of any sort.....
i come from a super amoled display which i' am fond, however Lg g3 display is also superb on a diferent way the pixel density is wonderfull... brightness and contrast are fine i will agree that some 25% more brightness and contrast could make it even better but i assure its really good....
Battery wise its good it's been lasting me 1.5-2 days with some average to high use.. it lasts me more then my old samsung galaxy S which has a custom battery of 2430 mah on a 4.0 display....
Conversation on calls its very good, loud and clean.. i mostly use it on the lowest setting and i hear very well... i made a call of 3h and it spent me 3-4% battery lol..
I very recommend this device.. i think a lot of ppl troll talk about this device i believe it to be a lot of false spread rumors or ppl that haven't experienced this device in any way...
Tarektmh, 27 Jul 2014Is there any announcement from LG that the G3 will get the Android L update ??Do you mean the 4.5 version?. Already the 4.4 and all the versions after it have microSD card access limitation. I think the shameless google will solve that problem in the 4.5 version.
Is there any announcement from LG that the G3 will get the Android L update ??
Shakil, 27 Jul 2014Everything is best. Accept battery life,slietly lagg comare to other phone like m8,5S,s5According to my usage pattern of my LG G3, this is the battery life :
Almost the same as note 2 (22 to 28 hours).
G3 will be a replacement for note 3 and note 4 also. Hurray LG. Please do decrease the price of LG G3 equivalent to Indian Rupees 30000 or below to make this model more successful.
Parker, 27 Jul 2014Who the Hell would be idiotic enough to think there is any point in giving a screen that size ... moreYou're wrong. I have the note 3 and I'm annoyed with the pixel separation. Besides the 300 dpi eye limit claim at 10" is false. Scientists proven is a lot higher than that. Besides not everyone keeps their phones 10" away from their eyes; many glance at their phone closer more often than you think.
Everything is best. Accept battery life,slietly lagg comare to other phone like m8,5S,s5
if i have a lg g pro 2.....is it worth upgrading to lg g3 ? thank you
so I currently have the lg optimus l9 would it be wise to get the LG g3 because the people that I bought it from at the store they told me once you get your hands on the L9 keep it one because its not being made any more and two its one of the really good phones out there any advice? I really want to get a new phone for my bday in a week but if I can save the money that's good to
Who the Hell would be idiotic enough to think there is any point in giving a screen that size such a high resolution?
Because 1080 at over 400ppi is already more than any eye can possibly see and you need a microscope to even tell the difference between that and this screen.
But I guess LG are targeting the idiots who assume that more must mean better when they should really be working on improving screen quality at 1080 instead of throwing more pixels at it to attract the idiots.
How to Fix Lag Issue and Increase Speed of LG G3 without Root Access
The procedure applies to all variants of the LG G3 except the Verizon variant. One of the key features of the methods is these do not require root access but can be done just through the hidden service menu of the device.
Those who want to fix the lag issue and boost the speed of LG G3, may follow the guides below.
European international version: D855
How to fix lag issue on LG G3
Step-1: Open the phone dialer on LG G3 and enter the following according to the model number of your device
LG G3 International model: 3845#*855#
Step-2: Scroll down to High Temperature Property OFF option
Step-3: Select it and turn it ON
Step-4: Now switch off the LG G3
Step-5: Wait for about 10 seconds then switch it back again
Step-6: Wait for about 30 seconds until the lock screen appears
How to speed up LG G3
Step-1: Enter again the hidden menu of the LG G3 based on the model number
Step-2: Select Thermal Daemon Mitigation OFF then turn it on
Step-3: Switch off the LG G3 and wait for about 30 seconds
Step-4: Now power on the phone, unlock the phone once the lock screen appears
Step-5: Wait for about 60 seconds until the phone finishes syncing
Note that once the Thermal DAE is activated, the display will not lower the brightness. If the brightness level is set to 90%, it will stay at the same level only.
Now you can enjoy fast speed on your LG G3.