It seems that we were right! Back at the beginning of May we predicted that the new LG G3 smartphone would launch on May 27 or 28. The phone was launched on May 27 and now, a day later we’ve gotten our hands on it and we’re ready to make a quick LG G3 review. Read on and enjoy.
LG G3 Review
The LG G3 will be available for the public in June, so until then we recommend you read our LG G3 review to see if this new gem from LG is the right smartphone for you.
The phone weighs 149 grams (5.26 oz) and has the following dimensions: 146x74x8.9 mm (5.76×2.94×0.35 in) and a true HD-IPS and LCD touchscreen, capable of showing 16M colors. What LG did great on the new LG G3 smartphone is that it gave it a 534 PPI pixel density (2560×1440 pixels) which really makes a difference. The LG G3 has a stunning 5.5 inch, gorilla Glass 3 display that will really impress even the pickiest smartphone users.
Our LG G3 review must include what’s under the hood, because that’s also quite good, up to par, so to speak.
It has an internal memory of 16GB with 2GB of RAM or a 32GB and 3GB of RAM with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and a v4.0 Bluetooth, an infrared port and a microUSB v2.0 port. It runs Android version 4.4.2 (KitKat) and has a Snapdragon 801 chipset with a Quad-core 2.5 GHz processor. The battery is a standard Li-Ion 3000 mAh.
It comes in metallic black, silk white, shine gold, moon violet and burgundy red.
LG has done some tweaks that run pretty well on the LG G3 smartphone, giving you the information you need when you want it. For example, the weather will show you when it’s windy and whether you will need an umbrella or not, it’s not going to just give you a temperature.
Another cool feature is when you send someone a message in which you tell them you will call them back and then you don’t, the phone will notify you that you should text them back. Pretty awesome, right?
Our verdict is that it is a good phone. It is worth its money and it will satisfy the average smartphone users. The screen is great, the design is highly improved and the smartphone itself is powerful and strong. The photos it takes are quite good and the macro feature on it is stunning. Will it be a hit with LG? Honestly, we think it’s too early to say.