Wednesday, 4 June 2014

LG G3 review




People now buy phones the same way they do clothes: prioritizing looks, size, and brand over basic utility and functionality. That’s a problem for LG. The Korean company’s new flagship smartphone doesn’t look better than the HTC One, isn’t any smaller than the Sony Xperia Z2, and lacks the brand cachet of Samsung’s Galaxy S5. The G3 is the middle child of Android superphones. Unwilling to settle for averagely awesome, however, LG has done what LG usually does and gone wild with the specs.
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