Anonymous, 06 Jun 2014great phone of the year! everything are great! good battery life! 25 hours talk tim... moreThe battery is not that great. It is good, but not great. It far behind z2. And the screen is not anything special. Again good but not great. It us a good phone, but not great:-D.
Rick 96, 06 Jun 2014Bruh stfu!!! We read the Damn review stop spamming the comment section. No it does not have th... mores5 best display? heller.........
that fake color? over saturated painful in eyes amoled!
yes g3 has even better battery life than your s5! despite of having a big display and qhd!
xeroxxxxxxxxx, 06 Jun 2014I doubt that best dispaly will have 700 contrast =/contrast? are you looking for that only?
if you see and read this review
maybe not the best on Contrast category? but the review OVERALL G3 has Best Display quality!
[deleted post]Bruh stfu!!! We read the Damn review stop spamming the comment section. No it does not have the best display on the market, it's the S5, sorry to burst your bubble, it has good battery life not great so calm tf down.
i would like to see a comparison between this and the xperia z2 esp in the camera department before i decide what to buy.
so please hurry up gsmarena
LG G3 IS THE BEST FOR ME!
Great music player
Amazingly clean audio output
Great image quality made even better with HDR
still impressive battery life
( 69hours endurance rate)
25hours 3g talk time ,
almost 7 hours browsing,
and 10 hours video play
THE BEST Display on A smartphone
SEXY BEAUTIFUL DESIGN
As me and many others predicted. QHD screen is bad for battery, performance and contrast. With a brilliant 1080 screen this phone would be better than the S5. They rushed the screen technology without it being ready.
the reason to buy lg g3
very good battery life
very god design
Was the frimware on the test phone finalized or it was beta version or something?
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2014But they could have, should have, and were basically obligated to do better.
Especially with ... moreNot at all. In my case I have extreme needs and Z2 and LG G2 serve those extreme needs but such a usage pattern is not typical for most users. Let's not make it sound like the battery life as poor as say the Nexus 4 which really was terrible.
Even if the LG G2 for example can do 11 hours on wifi browsing do you really think you will do 11 hours of browsing on the go on 3G/4G?? Far from it, the radios alone wont allow you to get that close. Keep especially in mind the WiFi hours you see on GSMA are not going to be reality on 3G/4G networks. All the phones tested here you have no idea how they do on the mobile data networks. It's costly for GSMA to undertake such tests and also hard to ensure consistency of radio towers having fluctuating loads.
GSMA's tests are good references but just because you saw a low WiFi based IM/browsing number here doesn't mean the 3G/4G times are going to be bad or better. You just don't know. If you want to really find out then talk to XDA or some forums groups who post their battery history stats then you get a better idea. I don't plan on waiting to find out that's my personal problem.
If you think the Z2 or the G2 are going to give you 11 hrs of IM/browsing time straight then you are sorely mistaken about what these test are about. The test are on Wifi N based router not mobile data.
Then there is the quality of the stock browser. if that was shoddy you get totally poor battery life on IM/browsing.
But I can't wait for LG to possibly improve the time and make it better. I will buy a new phone pretty soon. If they fix it? great. Otherwise it's Z2 for me.
jwwpua, 06 Jun 2014How do the battery results make sense? It shows 69h endurance rating, while the LG G2 shows 62... moreThe G2 until a couple months ago through an update had horrible stand by time.
So bad that after the update it actually lost almost 2 hours of useable time, but gained so much standby time that the endurance increased to 81 hours.
MHanz, 06 Jun 2014They did their best because their main aim was to keep the weight in check and more importantl... moreBut they could have, should have, and were basically obligated to do better.
Especially with battery. So no they did not do their best.
And then they talked about how they purposefully excluded features like USB 3.0 and water protection.
They did good, but far from their best. Especially in battery.
So...not exactly a smartphone of the year is it now?
As I suspected...
NOT impressive battery life,
not so impressive camera ( although good),
Not so impressive performance...
Oh, and it lacks stereo speakers, Ip rating, build quality
Not intended to flame, but with all that uber hype last week...
Kind of a cooldown I guess
Hmm, 4 very different flagship devices presented in 2014.
Samsung have gone for a very fitness oriented phone.
Sony have gone for a very camera oriented flagship.
HTC have gone for users who do a lot of media consumption.
And LG have gone with trying to do everything.
The LG G3 definitely is a good phone but the best...is arguable. I think the LG is for the power users, but looking at the G3's battery statistics I'm not too sure.
All the top companies have now got a very defining look to their flagship and it will be very interesting to see what Motorola come with in the form of the Moto X+1.
What's for sure I think is that there is not just one phone for everyone and that each company is directing their attention at a specific type of user.
This year has for sure produced the best range of flagship devices around.
great phone of the year!
everything are great!
good battery life!
25 hours talk time
7 hours browsing
10 hours of video play
im excited to purchase g3!