LG G3 review

The year's best innovations undermined by one fatal flaw

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  • Expert Rating

    4.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 799.00 (AUD)

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laser autofocus, speed, camera, display, pop up messages, overall quality and usability
occasional freeze up needing reboot, but rare
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I have had over 25 different cell phones over the years, including androids, iphones, windows phones, old os, symbian, etc, but this is by far the best phone to date. Photography is important to me, and in fact I still keep the Nokia 808 for the quality of the images, still beats all, however, the G3 takes better pictures than any other I have used except for 808. And, the G3 in fact has some advantages. The focus is spot on even in low light. Almost every pic comes out sharp.The screen is the best I have seen. Even minute details are sharp and remain sharp upon inspection of the detail when you enlarge a portion of the screen. The audio is very good. As a phone, which is important to me,the quality of the calls is very good. I like things that it does, such as with the circle case, the clock and the ability to quick add other apps, for easy quick access, such as the camera or music or messages. The pop up non intrusive windows that come up with notifications are also very well done, In a nutshell, I think as of this writing, it is the best cell phone out there today. It is my first LG phone, and they have done very well with this one. Highly recc.

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