The LG G3 flagship handset is yet to hit most markets including the U.S., but new reports already detail an even better G3 version than the one unveiled a few weeks ago. According to South Korean publication Naver, a G3 model with a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and a faster MDM9635 modem that would allow theoretical download speeds of up to 225Mbps will launch in July. More →
The LG G3 looks like LG’s best smartphone yet and now TechSmartt has put together a terrific video showing off the 50 most important tips and tricks that anyone who buys the new device should know. Among other things, TechSmartt will walk you through ways to rearrange all your notification toggles, to quickly launch your camera even when your display is turned off, to launch Google Now just by saying “OK Google” when you’re on your home screen, how to enable lock screen widgets, how to save your battery life and much, much, more. More →
LG’s recently announced flagship Android handset has monster specs, including a 5.5-inch 2K display that has no rival – at least when it comes to flagship handsets from leading Android manufacturers – but that doesn’t mean the device won’t offer amazing battery life. In Phone Arena’s G3 battery life tests, the handset came on top of the competition, beating every top Android handset released this year, including the Galaxy S5. More →
Although we haven’t yet used the LG G3 extensively enough to write a full review, the look of the phone alone is terrific and a huge improvement over the LG G2 in just about every way. Speaking with Trusted Reviews, LG design executive Chul Bae Lee revealed that he’d originally pushed to make the G3 even better looking by making its side bezels even slimmer than they are right now. More →
Just five days after the G3’s May 28th release in South Korea, LG had already sold 100,000 units, the fastest opening week sales of any smartphone is LG’s history. Korea IT Times reports that the daily sales volume has been estimated at 20,000 to 30,000 units. As a point of reference, the G2 was estimated to have sold less than 10,000 units per day when it launched last year. More →
We still have a bit of a wait before LG’s new flagship G3 smartphone launches in the United States, but consumers in LG’s home market of South Korea already have access to the company’s latest and greatest. Announced just last week, the G3 is the first mass-market smartphone to feature a quad HD display that packs twice as many pixels as the full HD 1080p screens on devices like the Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8). The G3 has plenty more to offer smartphone buyers as well, and it looks like LG’s new flagship phone is flying off the shelves so far. More →
The recently announced LG G3 is one of the most impressive Android smartphones we’ve ever seen, even though a majority of the specifications had already leaked prior to the official reveal. Most of those leaks turned out to be spot on, but one detail in particular was sadly inaccurate — the LG G3 features a plastic body instead of a metal one. More →
LG last week unveiled its 2014 Android flagship phone, the G3, which is now ready to give the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M8) a serious run for their money. At the same time, however, LG didn’t reveal many details about the phone’s international launch schedule or pricing. The phone is already available in South Korea, and will launch in the U.S. in the coming months, according to local operators, while Europe may get it in early July. More →
It wasn’t exactly a surprise since specs and details surrounding LG’s new flagship smartphone have been leaking for months, but the company finally unveiled its new G3 handset on Tuesday. We took an early look at the phone in our hands-on LG G3 preview, and we found that LG’s new flagship phone outshines its predecessor in just about every way.
LG certainly has an uphill climb if it hopes to compete with top rival Samsung, but thanks to cutting-edge technology and a few innovative features, there are also several areas where the G3 doesn’t just top the G2, it outshines Samsung’s market-leading Galaxy S5 as well.
The G Watch, LG’s first Android Wear smartwatch that will soon hit stores, may ship with an unexpected hidden feature, Korean publication iNews24.com revealed – a built-in, non-removable SIM card. The device is apparently going to be further detailed during Google’s late June I/O 2014 developers event alongside Motorola’s Moto 360, and it could start selling from Google’s Play Store as well. More →
Although LG kept preaching “simplicity” at its big G3 launch event on Tuesday, the company did highlight some added features for its new flagship device that it believes will set it apart from rival Android devices. To give us a quick look at all these new features, LG has put together a slick new video that succinctly shows them off in a little over two minutes. Among other things, the G3 video shows you all of the key technology used in its new 13-megapixel camera, including optical image stabilization, laser autofocus and dual flash; its new KnockON security system; its new Smart Keyboard that lets you adjust your keyboard’s height to match your preferences and to simply swipe up to choose an autocomplete word; and a while lot more. The whole video, which is so intense that it might give you seizures if you’re not careful, can be found below. More →
Just a few short months after the release of the G2, LG is back with a brand-new flagship device. The G3 has been leaked more extensively than any other phone in recent memory, but the leaks don’t distract from what might be the best oversized Android smartphone ever made.
As with last year’s model, the LG G3 features top-of-the-line specifications. At 5.5 inches, the G3 towers over its competition, making a strong case for the ever-increasing size of the flagship smartphone. Inside, the G3 contains a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. More →
The LG G3 is now official and will be available in its home country starting with May 28th, after which it will be launched worldwide by more than 170 carriers. However, the company failed to mention any specific launch details for the U.S. or international markets, and did not confirm any prices for the two G3 versions that will be available to buyers. Even so, three of the main four U.S. carriers have announced plans to sell the handset, including AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, without offering any particularly useful details. More →