Had it been thinner..having aluminium body..n a card slot..it wud hav been a breakthrough success..
Am I the only one experiencing this every year? LG tries hard every year telling what good things their things can do, how better their phone is on paper.. and then as always, it turns out very mediocre in reality and doesn't sell unless it's a Nexus device.
I want to know what genius decided the removable battery should be a Korean model exclusive feature.
In all my phones ive had from lg are buggy and software updates dont appear quickly if at all, id steer well clear of lg.....
moki, 07 Aug 2013Is this a smart phone or a phablet.1 inch shy of the OG Galaxy Note.
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2013bring a mini version with 4.5 screen with all hardware characteristics including very small be... moreSorry man theres no way theyre going to shoehorn an Snapdragon 800 and the gigantic battery it takes to power it into anything even remotely compact.
Nothing groundbreaking here, and with th no removable battery or expandable storage, not interested. At the end of the day, just another smartphone.
all this "bezeless" display race.....
i have never held a phone like that, and i have never wished there was a slider button just below the camera on the back...
the screen is bigger, but uses virtual keys, with s4 using hardware keys, so actually, s4's screen is effectively bigger still. oops...
YannisV, 07 Aug 2013The ultra narrow bezel disappears when the screen is on like in every LG phone, the big black ... moreYep that black lcd frame is noticeable especialy if the color of the phone is white
why i should buy LG G2?
5.2" FHD true IPS Display
3,000mAh Li-po REMOVABLE huge battery
13mp Camera (IOS)1080 FHD@60fps
microSD card slot
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2013why plastic again? Hope the era of plastic flagships will be gone soonkeep in mind
plastic is more good for your health than metal phone.
plastic reduces radiation from your phone and it has long lifespan durability over glass, or metallic phone.
1080p video at 60fps and 32GB storage is genius.
This autumn I be getting a Honami and a 128GB card, that's 144GB total, almost 5x more than G2.
The device'hands on' shows its in near perfect ratio let's see its review I am interested in LTE 60fps video camera quality and last but not least price tag to convince me to prefer it over Samsung HTC Sony. Let's see.
why plastic again? Hope the era of plastic flagships will be gone soon
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2013plastic + plastic = plastic Wow, I couldn't care less really. Most of the front is made of display anyways and you rarely ever see the back of the phone. Plastic is better from a functional perspective than metal like aluminium and since I don't care that much of the looks of a phone (the G2 looks decent btw) I'd rather have a plastic one than an aliminium one that gets dents after a drop and microscratches after a few month of proper use (whereas plastic lasts years and can't get dents).