When the LG G2 was unveiled last year, it was one of the best Android smartphones money can buy with a 5.2 inch vibrant HD display; the display was also edge to edge maximising the real estate so that users can fully immerse themselves in whatever
they use their display for.
Under the hood, it was also very powerful and introduces volume rockers and power button unconventionally placed on the back of the device. LG are now attempting to continue their home run with the new LG G3.
The new LG G3 features a 5.5 inch Quad HD display with four times the resolution of HD; its great for watching movies, as well as a camera with a revolutionary Laser Auto Focus that can shoot stunningly sharp images in a fraction of the time required by conventional phone cameras, thanks to its 2.46 GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor. What is impressive is that with all that power underneath and the high resolution display, the LG G3 can comfortably run all day with some juice left, thanks to its 3,000 mAh battery.
The LG G3 has the best display resolution on the market with QHD display that sports 538 ppi pixel density, that’s more than your eyes can actually comprehend; reading books is a joy with no visible pixels in the text and viewing angles are great when watching movies.
We love its 5.5-inches display, LG have designed the bezel to maximise the display, LG G3 boasts a screen ratio of 76.4 percent with thin bezels all around so the phone.
Phonearena.com ran a test on a few of the latest smartphones in the market and it came to the conclusion the new LG G3 has a better long lasting battery than the Samsung Galaxy S5 and to all the rest of smartphones.
As stated by phonearena.com “the LG G3 held its ground for the amazing 8 hours and 50 minutes”. Engineers have managed this spectacular result by replacing the metal in the battery cathode with graphite. The result is a battery that can keep up with the Quad HD display’s ultra-high performance without losing steam in the middle of the day.
Besides its design, battery performance and display resolution, the LG G3’s new camera comes with laser focus, the 2.1 MP front camera with larger image sensors for better and brighter-looking selfies, a keyboard that learns from your typing, Smart Notice which becomes your new personal assistant with all kind of reminders and Smart Security which can wipe your data remotely or simply hide it from other people’s eyes, are just a glimpse of what you can get with the new LG G3.
LG G3’s knock code is also quite impressive, it offers the ability to lock your device using a secrete knock code known to you and you can also set one up for guest mode which we found very useful.
What’s your favourite feature on the LG G3? Leave a comment below.