mike, 28 May 2014dear LG why not waterproof? an absolute dealbreaker for me.. Galaxy s5 ordered...you chose waterproof over radio?
dear LG why not waterproof? an absolute dealbreaker
for me.. Galaxy s5 ordered...
Anonymous, 27 May 2014No waterproof ??? What a dissapointmentyes no waterproof. now go back to your shower!
Snapdragon 801 is disappointing instead of 805
QHD display with impact on camera and other features and make them slow
i had the lg l7 .... it was beautiful phone but laggy...after 9 months i gave it to my sister and bought the LG L9 II . It's very good looking phone and very fast with good battery life...and now i want to buy this beast!! this phone is amazing!
wente, 27 May 2014because you wont watch ur tv just 6inches away from ur face!At this resolution ( 1440 x 2560 pixels @ 5.5 inches )the bottleneck is your eyes, except using microscope.
The manufacturer, beside improving the resolution , should think about how to improve the strength of buyer's eyes.
This phone just beat all smartphones out there.
Samsung can go and sleep. they made s5 witch is s4 with android 4.4 and this is it. that is not progress or evolution.
Anonymous, 22 May 2014its not better specswise first read the specs
what is on the upper right top? antenna? if its antenna, for what is it?
The LG G3 is in many ways better than last year's model, so an upgrade from the LG G2 makes sense. LG's new flagship brings a better screen, a more stylish design, an improved camera, and a more powerful processor to the table, all the while taking care of minor issues that have surely been bugging LG G2 owners all along. We just have to make something clear – one should not be expecting any radical improvements after making the jump to a G3. The new model is better just enough to justify an upgrade, not to bring us into a new era of smartphone evolution.