i just do not understand why companies insist on only using 16gb storage and even worse, missing out the micro sd? the battery i can do without to a large extent as i have a 21000mAh battery bank which is really small, which is awesome but with OS on phones getting ever bigger and storage still stuck in 2009 it makes no sense, minimum requirements should now be 32gb as the lowest standard on any flagship and 16 on mid range devices, and it has nothing to do with the price of flash storage because example: 16gb and 2gb RAM on the galaxy s4 is only £15 at cost price, and with devices costing upwards of £530 there should be no excuse to skips out on larger storage options
So it's the version without the SD card that is coming to the UK so the 16GB version is likely to have around 10-11GB of available memory which is simply not enough. LG G2 = FAIL
I don't know how can you guys consider an LG phone. Their phones always feel kinda like you're having an unsatisfying product - despite good specs on paper you won't feel them.
No memory expansion slot and not user-replaceable battery, LG sold very few units. It's a shame, it could have been the king of smartphones :-(
lg your the best
beautiful phone with beastly power for a friendly price!
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2013yeah, its either the Note 3 or G2, awesome choices!@!!!!!~!!Different league imo.
Phone vs Phablet
G2 is S4 Killer, and S5 is G2 Killer and so on
And G Pro2 is Note3 Killer and Note4 is G Pro2 Killer and so on
Still waiting for note 3. If LG G2 has better battery life than note 3, ill go with G2. Definitely affordable price for a flagship.
Looks good either in black or white color. Slim, sexy, solid not to mention its also a beast. LG should have no problem shifting 10 million of this beauty. It just doesn't get better than this. No it doesn't. Period. Peace.
550 euros,not bad for a such a flagship,samsung flagships cost more at launch