This phone has no expandable memory.
It 'only' has 32GB of inbuilt storage.
If they release a phone with _plenty_ of internal storage while maintaining expandability options then maybe they will have a chance to compete with Samsung. I heard that this phone doesn't have a microSD slot which means that it will be the same kind of failure as the HTC One X and One S phones.
suresh, 19 Sep 2012better to go for sg3your s3 eat a lot of dusts....
optimus G. IS A TRULY WINNER!
FiVeZ, 19 Sep 20122011 is apple rules , 2012 is samsung rules , not possible next years LG rules . 2013 Nokia Rules :)
Rates please for the same.
I wanna buy please anybody can tell me the price.
suresh, 19 Sep 2012better to go for sg3hehehhe man u talk non sense
optimus G is much much better
much faster, good battery, superb design.
i am just blown by quad core 1.5ghz processor and 2 gb ram.
lg please promote it to give tough competition to samsung and apple..
surely it can win battle for u..
2011 is apple rules , 2012 is samsung rules , not possible next years LG rules .
the problem is just the memories .... uhhh i dont know which one to buy between this and note 2 .... hahahha
No matter what the specs. No lg for me. I own lg O2x and I am shocked by lg's negligence of their flagship phones when it comes to releasing updates.
Same thing is going to happen with this optimus G, LG will neglect this phone after releasing.
Let's teach a lesson to LG, don't buy this phone.
ok no matter how many ram you put in those androids ram eaters... wp will alwais be faster... my next phone will be the nokia 920... sorry android im sick of waiting a nice experience
nokia 920, better screen, better camera, better gps, better design, better quality, and obviously faster. its a no brainer.
I assume that this phone has the thinnest bezel out there, design is perfect. Iphone5 looks like a toy when put sided by side with LG Optimus G.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2012Why do you care for removable battery so much?By the time when your phone battery has problem ... moreThere are two valid reasons to want a removable battery.
1. Carrying a spare battery (or two) on a trip.
2. If the phone gets wet, taking the battery out RIGHT AWAY to save the phone from dying. My brother in law repairs cell phones and you wouldn't believe how many wet iPhones he had to save. As well as cracked ones, but that's another story.