I agree with Anonymous below - why make comments about "sub-standard phones" being offered in a market where device prices are skyrocketing with souped-up features, bells and whistles that few common users will ever need or even want. "Common Users" being the VAST majority of users who really just want/need a device that will make voice calls, send text msgs, take pics and videos and do social networking. Vanity phones with high CPU clock speeds and ENORMOUS price tags and "designer labels" are not necessary except for truly "high-end" users and techno nerds with more bucks to spend on such toys than "Common Users". Now that this phone has been out on the market for a (short) while it's already proving itself as viable to meet the needs of the more pragmatic users among us.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2014I hate phones like this they look like flagship devices but specs are lower. It is not even a ... moreIt's strange to see people complaining about budget offerings. Would you like it if you were only able to buy one type of car from each manufacturer, at $100,000 USD?
I hate phones like this they look like flagship devices but specs are lower. It is not even a mini now. Why do they have to make these phones look like flagship devices it has nothing to do with the G3 at least use a better CPU something like Snapdragon 800. LG released 5.2 inch phone that looks like G3 but with G2 specs and i really liked that phone but it is only sold in Korea why not make it available worldwide ? It definetly better than this LG G3 "Vigor".