Groot, 10 Mar 2015Am I the only one who's still using the "Original" (E970) Optimus G ? ?me too i have galaxy xcover,wich is 2011 model, and i wnt to buy g4,i seen some peoples who want to change their phones galaxy s5 and htc one m8,wich are flagships
I guess, shrinking the screen is a good idea. Actually for me 5.5" is fine, but for many people it is a little bit too big. My estimation is that for average users the optimal screen size is around 5" for most people.
Am I the only one who's still using the "Original" (E970) Optimus G ? ?
I'm excited for the G4. The G3 was a much needed improvement over the G2 with a matured UI. The 5.5 inch screen was perfect though. Kind of seems odd that they are shrinking the screen a touch and adding a stylus on top of it. I'm not going to complain too much though. LG is heading in the right direction and I hope they continue that trend.
My lg3 used to overheat due to tmobiles lookout software which I have removed and all the over heating issues are gone with it. Im not sure if you also have tmobile but thats caused my phone to overheat. take care.
Cant wait to see it in person! It will be hard to top the exterior design the G3 offers!
Will they fix the over heating issue... fed up with it shutting down? :((
Im using LG G2 and i have found the phone extremely wonderful. The feature of non removable battery is good as the phone hardly loses power and chances of one losing the battery to ploys and other damage are not there.
I'm jealously waiting for the devise with non detachable battery.
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JKUAT - Kenya
Michael Parker, 05 Mar 2015I've been a dedicated Samsung Galaxy user since the beginning but idiotic Samsung removing the... moreI know right? I'm in the same boat as you. I don't need a shiny fingerprint hunk of glass. I need something functional. Currently using galaxy s3 and don't plane on upgrading for another 3 years after my next phone this year.