[deleted post]Sharp is indeed very good at making screens.
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2014Design 7? that's too low. :)samsung fanboys
Engadget review for G3
Good battery life
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2014Nice work from LG, but I wish they would stop placing their logo infront, or change it. Their... moreyou are right, hate the logo otherwise the best phone a have lg g2 this logo is the only problem lol
Am seeing reviews in XDA forums that there are battery issues & heating issues. Oh boy...with QHD display i suspected heating issues. These are very early days though. Only after month of general availability, would the opinions start pouring in from people who would have spent considerable time with the phone.
I dont want to go back with my decision to grab this. Waiting..fingers crossed..
Nice work from LG, but I wish they would stop placing their logo infront, or change it. Their logo doesn't look good ay all.
When will LG G3 arrive in malaysia???? Can't wait for this. I'm using samsung galaxy mega LTE wanna change 2 this.
rj23, 05 Jun 2014I also believe that Gionee is good but, Gionee still has to work on a lot of things like the n... morethat's right LG had invented many good works and innovations in electronic industry but not known for most people.
LG Prada was came first than Iphones first generation.
LG brought so many things than samsung in Korea
first automatic telephone
first colored tv's
and many more
manoj, 05 Jun 2014LG G3 is the undisputed emperor of the mobile world. But as is known to each,GIONEE is well kn... moreI also believe that Gionee is good but, Gionee still has to work on a lot of things like the non-expandable storage, cartoonish and very childish UI that I find slow and stutters a lot plus the design of their flagship phones should at least be worked on. If the S5.5's design were the design of the E7 then they could have made it bigger! Honestly, Gionee is good but Oppo is much more advanced in everything plus the price of Oppo Find 7A is much better than the ELife E7. LG G3 is on a different league though coz LG can make a wider market than Gionee. LG is on par with Samsung, Apple, HTC and Sony and among the big players LG leads in the innovation department. Once Gionee makes phones with QHD then LG might be starting making higher res screens, maybe a 4K screen on a flagship. They always lead the game honestly. LG was the one who introduced dual core phones in the market starting with the Optimus 2X. LG was the one who started the 720p resolution and better chipset on a phone (Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad Core 1.5GHz) with the Optimus G then they set the standards higher than any of the OEMs out there with the G2 which was the first to use the Snapdragon 800 from last year. LG was the first and I think will always be the first for the next few years to come. I am a Sony and Nokia fan but now I will be switching to the G3 for one reason... It has everything that I need and want on a phone. :)
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2014Design 7? that's too low. :)im happy that G3 has longlasting battery life based from most critics's review
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2014Design 7? that's too low. :)Wrap-Up
THE G3'S GREATEST STRENGTH IS ITS LACK OF WEAKNESSES
The LG G3 may not make the best first impression with everyone, but spend some time using it and you’ll quickly find a lot to like about it. Whether it’s the fun of a quick, laser-guided camera, the reassurance of a long-lasting battery, or the fast performance of a mature Android OS, this phone does everything well. The Quad HD display is excellent, even if its extra resolution doesn’t contribute much in the way of meaningful improvement. LG’s marketing push around lasers and resolution is predictably overblown, but the company’s underlying camera and display technologies are indeed impressive and make the G3 a phone worth owning.
There’s no overlooking the fact that the G3 is big and pretty awkward. I find its ergonomic trade-offs reasonable, on the whole, and justified by the stupendously efficient front bezels, light weight, and neatly curved back. Less defensible is the attempt to imitate the brushed-metal look of the aluminum HTC One, a handset that delights with its authentic design as much as its tactile feel. In pursuing that fake metal aesthetic, LG is reinforcing its reputation as the producer of apologetically plastic devices.
More than anything else, what I want from a phone is to get out of my way. I know what I want to accomplish with my device, I just need it to be ready to accept commands and process them quickly. The G3 has performed that role as well as any handset I’ve used in the past year and, a few cosmetic issues aside, is my favorite phone of 2014.