Thursday, October 17, 2013

LG G2 is worth buying phone?

Posted by Arthur Oscar on Thursday, October 17, 2013 with No comments
LG G2 now is the heaviest competition of latest Smartphone as of now, because of its expansive screen powerful camera that lighting quick and the most top of the line processor.

LG G2 identical looks to Samsung S4.  Its little bit strange concept but something got accustomed - the volume buttons placed user friendly so we can make some adjustment while on a call that featured call the KnockOn - we don't need the power to switch the phone on and off. Just double tap of the screen phone will automatically turn on. some time doesn't work.

G2 impressed us just like Samsung did in Galaxy S4 by compressing a large screen into a small body. G2 is smaller than Expria Z1 and bigger than the S4 but larger screen than both at of 5.2 inches, Super slim angles that gives great edge look.

Glass Gorilla 2 protects the front screen although the back is plastic, you can feel G2 as solid and well-made.

G2 equipped with Qualcomm the latest smartphone chip - the 2.26GHZ quad-core snapdragon 800 no wonder the LG G2 is the super fast among Smartphones.

There some minimal issues about the G2 - there is no microsd card slot, the handset rear buttons taking time to get used to.

In the market extra features are standing out from the crowd, LG G2 is waterproof, also have standard combination of WiFi, Bluetooth NFC and 4G support.

G2 camera have impressive specification. The rear camera which sits above the rear key has a resolution of 13Mp and features optical images stabilization or the OIS

LG G2 Price Ranges to $199.99 up to $624.99.

Do you think LG G2 worth buying for that price? Your choice.
expansive screen powerful camera that lighting quick and the most top of the line processor,.

Below the standard Specs of LG G2:
  • Clock Speed :2.26 GHz
  • Processor Core : Qty Quad Core
  • Ram: 2GB
  • Internal Storage: 16-32GB internal storage
  • 13Mp rear camera AF with LED Flash
  • 2Mp front camera
  • Video recording at up to 1080p @60fps


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