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LG G2 – One Of The Top 5 Mobile Phone Makers Globally

12/16/2013 3:36:51 AM
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LG is one of the top 5 mobile phone makers globally, but the company’s local presence is small. Will this change this with its new flagship – the G2?

Despite being around the same size as a Galaxy S4, the G2 boasts a bigger 5.2" full HD (423 ppi) IPS touchscreen, which we feel is the currently display benchmark for smartphones. This is thanks to its excellent picture quality and barely-there (2.65 mm) edge-to-edge bezel that allows for a more immersive movie viewing experience by bringing the video more to the foreground.

Description: LG G2

LG G2

Another design arrow in the G2’s quiver might be a hot button styling issue for some users. The volume rocker and power button can be found on the back of the smartphone and although this does take a bit of getting use to, you’ll quickly get the hang of it, especially since that is naturally where your index finger rests when holding the device.

Snapdragon power and camera prowess

Powering the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating smartphone is Qualcomm’s mightily impressive Snapdragon 800 quad-core clocked at 2.26 GHz per core. This CPU is backed up by 2 GB of RAM and some impressive battery life (1½ days with heavy usage) from the sizeable 3000 mAh battery. The Snapdragon 800 recently helped the Sony Xperia Z1 to the top of our smartphone benchmarking test scores and now has done the same for the G2, beating out all rivals including, the Z1 and the eight-core CPU of the Galaxy Note 3.

Description: The G2 is easily able to compete head on with any of its rivals thanks to packing mightily impressive specs within an eye-catching package.

The G2 is easily able to compete head on with any of its rivals thanks to packing mightily impressive specs within an eye-catching package.

Equally impressive is the optics onboard the G2, with the highlight being the 13 MP main camera that features OIS (optical image stabilization) that allows for clearer, blur-free stills and video recording.

Beyond less shaky video, users will also appreciate the enhanced audio recording and playback (24-bit 192 kHz Hi-Fi quality sound) on offer with the G2. This enables louder sound playback and audio recordings with noticeably less distortion. A myriad of other handy software enhancement are available including our favorite KnockOn, which enables users to turn the display on and off simply by tapping on the screen twice.

To the point

Description: This enables louder sound playback and audio recordings with noticeably less distortion.

This enables louder sound playback and audio recordings with noticeably less distortion.

At the end of the day, the G2 is easily able to compete head on with any of its rivals thanks to packing impressive specs within an eye-catching package. In some aspects (battery life, CPU power) it even surpasses the firm favorite with local buyers – Samsung’s Galaxy S4. It goes for an RRP of $128, making the device around $8 cheaper than a Galaxy S4 and $30.4 less than an Xperia Z1.

Specifications

·         Type: Smart Phone

·         Color: Black / White

·         CPU Speed: 2.26GHz Quad core

·         CPU Type: Snapdragon 800

·         Display: 1,920 x 1,080 Full HD IPS Display, 5.2"

·         RAM: 2GB LPDDR3 800MHz

·         ROM: 16GB / 32GB

·         Network: CDMA (1x / EVDO Rev.A); 2G (GSM / EDGE); 3G (HSPA+42Mbps / HSPA+21Mbps); LTE (SVLTE, CSFB, CA, VoLTE, RCS, MIMO)

·         Dimensions: 138.5 (L) x 70.9 (W) x 8.9 (D)

·         Battery: 3,000mAh / Embedded Li-Polymer

·         Audio: 24bit x 192kHz Hi-Fi Sound

·         Camera: 13MP OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer); 8x Digital zoom; Sapphire Crystal Glass Lens; Multi-point AF (9 Points); Full HD 60fps Recording/Playback

 
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