The recently launched LG G2 smartphone is all set to break into the US markets this month itself, revealed company sources. Unfortunately, that is all that the company has stated, leaving us wondering what the latest LG flagship will cost or when exactly the device will be getting to see the day of light on American soil. The wait or the suspense could be worth it, for what you will get to have on the other side of it is a device that has already earned the tagline of being the world’s fastest so far. Coupled to the slick functioning is a sparkling 5.2 inch full HD IPS display that looks so very inviting. The extremely thin bezel on its parts along with the overall excellent build quality too adds to the overall appeal of the device.
Apart from the 5.2 inch display, other salient feature of the current LG flagship device include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 which together with the Adreno 330 QSXGA/2160p graphics card and a 2 GB RAM ensures the device is able to ward off anything that is thrown at it with elan. The smartphone comes with 32 GB of internal memory of which about 24 GB will be available to the user. However, the lack of an external memory card slot does act as a dampener.
For the photographers out there, the LG G2 also packs in a 13 mp auto focusing camera at the rear complete with an LED flash as well as optical image stabilization, face detection and other features. The camera will also be able to record 1080 quality videos as well. And to support all of the functionality, the G2 comes with a quite comprehensive 3000mAp battery unit. To let you have an idea of just how comprehensive the battery is, the Galaxy Note 2 comes powered by a 3100mAh unit. The battery on the G2 though is not user removable but has enough juice to support about 15 to even 20 hours of usage.
Another unique quality of the G2 is the placement of the physical switches along the rear which no doubt is a unique design feature.