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    • LG G3
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    LG G3

    Technology should simplify, not complicate your life. With the all-new LG G3, you’ll discover why Simple is the New Smart. Behind a sleek, uncluttered exterior and intuitive operating system, you’ll find the many rich, innovative features you’ve come to expect from LG.

    • Experience 4x the resolution of HD, with a 5.5” Quad HD screen
    • Capture crisp photos using a 13 MP camera with Laser Auto Focus and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)+
    • Keep life simple and smart with Smart Notice adaptive notifications
    • Simply tap to unlock with KNOCK Code, utilizing over 80,000 lock combinations
    • Feel the speed of a 2.5GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor on The Fastest Nationwide 4G LTE Network


    Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 133 reviewers.

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    • LG G3 screen

      Love what you watch, 4x more

      Expect pixel-perfect clarity with a 5.5-inch Quad HD display—that's 4x the resolution of standard HD.  A superior pixel density and an advanced pixel structure combine to give you one of the most incredible viewing experiences on a smartphone.  

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    Size and Weight
    • 5.76 x 2.94 x 0.35 inches
    • 5.28 ounces
    LG G3
    Operating System and Processor
    • Android 4.4 KitKat®
    • 2.5 GHz Quad Core Processor
    Battery Life
    • 23 hours talk time
    • 31 days* standby time
    • 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM (user memory), 32GB (internal memory), Micro SD: 128GB up to 2TB**
    • 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM (user memory), 32GB (internal memory), Micro SD: 128GB up to 2TB**
    • Sync methods: WiFi, USB
    • 4G Capable
    • 4G LTE Capable
    • Wi-Fi and Mobile Calling
    Audio and Multimedia
    • T-Mobile TV
    GPS and Apps
    • GPS enabled
    • Quad Band GSM; UMTS: Band I (2100), Band II (1900), Band IV (1700/2100); LTE: 2, 4, 7, 17
    Hearing Aid Compatibility
    • M3 & T3
    WEA Capable? 
    • Yes
    In The Box
    • G3
    • Charger
    • USB Cable
    Rated 5 out of 5 by The Best Phone That No One Knows About! I've been faithful to Samsung for years, used IPhones, Windows phones, and even a Blackberry at one time but the LG G3 has by far, been the best phone I have ever had in my hand. My co workers have S4s, S5s and a lot of IPhones, including the 6 and 6 plus. The G3 has a higher screen resolution which is without doubt, cleaner and clearer than all. The colors are amazing. It is the same screen size as the 6 plus but the body is significantly smaller. It is lightweight and even made a prideful IPhone user second guess his decision. I did a lot of unbiased research before my purchase and compared specs and reviews all over the internet. I've been waiting for the Note 4 to come out but for .2 inches different in screen size the Note 4 is a lot bigger. Switch to LG, you will not be disappointed. The reason I am leaving this review is to get word out. We don't have to be either Apple or Samsung because there are better phones out there. September 28, 2014
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Overrated I'm gonna be real here because no one else' review seems 100% accurate. I got this phone because I got nothing but good feedback about it. But like my review summary says; OVERRATED. Sure the I internet and games are pretty smooth and snappy, the call quality is ehhh, so so. Camera and video quality I have to say is awesome. Here we go... ALOT of the apps and new fancy features I find I almost never use. The phone overheats very quick even with the brightness turned Down, and then gives you an annoying notification saying to turn down the brightness and kill some apps. It does that at least a few times a day. Videos, whether its YouTube or just clips on fb are super slow. A video will start playing then about 5 seconds later it'll buffer for about 10 seconds, then 10 to 15 seconds later it'll start buffering AGAIN and repeats this process over and over to the point where you get so annoyed and angry you start cussing it out and are about ready to throw it into space. This happens even using full WiFi and low quality. The battery life is again, OVERRATED. It takes about an hour and a half to two hours to charge and with moderate use (bookface, some YouLube) it lasts maybe a few hours. Lastly, this keyboard is EXTREMELY laggy. I'm actually writing this review on my G3 and am getting p/o because I have to type at a turtles pace and keep correct every other word because it screws up. Here's an example of a sentence un-corrected and typed at a normal pace: Thus phone is super super laggy and glitch and I would Roc.mwd getting another pho e..... I'm surprised it actually put so.spaces in there. I'm not a super picky or negative person at all, I'm just being real. If your interested in getting this phone, resist the temptation and remember this review. I myself am actually going in to t-mobile and getting the Samsung S5 Any of the galaxy s series I highly recommend. September 24, 2014
    Rated 4 out of 5 by LG got everyone's hopes up - oops When this phone was first announced, it looked legendary! I mean, it was supposed to be the greatest of the great and basically be the GREAT flagship of 2014. Unfortunately, I'm not as impressed with this as I thought I was going to be. It's literally just a successor to the G2. Button placement hasn't changed, there's still a debate as to whether or not the phone is truly metal or plastic but if it is metal, it's extremely cheap looking, the phone itself really just doesn't look great in general. The internals are a bit more impressive but if you're the average smartphone user and don't really look at specs, then it doesn't mean anything. I also hate the fact that they got rid of the G2's user interface. The animations looked cheap to other people but I really liked them and I miss them. I think LG has more improvement to make before they can actually call their devices "flagships". Also the keyboard is completely different and it's hard (at least for me) to text. The camera is definitely good, though! September 24, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Dual window is great it'll be the best phone in my perspective if i was able to use majority of apps on dual window. Really is a bummer to just have certain ones to be used in dual windows. :/ overall great phone i love it. So easy to use and adpat with. Some type of update on dual window and I'll love it even more. September 22, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by I am impressed with the LG G3 I am 73 years old and my grand daughter and her husband helped me pick out this Granddaughter has the same one...when we got home they both taught me how to use the phone and to set it up so much easier to use than I thought. I always thought the smart phone would be to hard for me to learn but I am impressed with the ease of don't need a college education to use a smart phone. Thank you for making this new playtoy September 18, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by The new champ is here!!! After 3yrs of using the Samsung TouchWiz Interface it was time for something new. And the LG G3 brings it! The interface is clean, simple and uncluttered, unlike Samsung and a few other phone makers you get minimal bloat if any, and if there are apps you don't like you can uninstall them at your leisure. Battery-With moderate use, a few tweets, emails, phone and text, even some GPS/Maps usage I easily get a full day on a single charge, however on heavy days where I'm using twitter, checking/sending emails, snapping pics, streaming music and more I can get a decent 6-7hrs until I absolutely have to plug in. Apps-There are a few common apps, such as Swype that aren't compatible or just seem to be buggy on the G3, but overall every apps runs smooth, no lag, and almost no freeze ups. Here's a tip, before you download the standard android tool apps you use on a daily, check the preinstalled apps, because there are some preloaded apps that work 10x better than the ones you can find on the Google Play store Camera- Picture quality is great, at no time will you think, man I miss the camera on my old blank phone or the camera on this new blah blah is better. This phone's camera takes great, clear pictures, colors are warm and not washed out, the interface is simple and pretty easy to navigate and understand. Call Quality- Great, calls are crisp and clear, the speakerphone also works fairly well, paired against the BoomSound from the HTC One M8 it doesn't seem as loud, but with minimal background noise you'll hear the other person just fine. I love using this phone, the size is perfect, the knock code and tap to wake functions are extremely useful in every situation. Having used every major phone that is currently out, I can say hands down that the G3 puts up a pretty good fight and will give the S5, iPhone 5S, Note, Nexus 5 and even the HTC One M8 a good run for it's money. While I love my HTC M8, I find myself going back to the G3 by the end of the day, easy to use, plenty of features and just an overall great phone that will easily be worth it's weight for the full 24 month standard ownership cycle. You can't go wrong jumping off the now tired and boring Samsung wagon. Not only is it a refreshing take on the Android Experience, it's a great phone that will enhance and make the day to day functions you use your phone for, simple, fun and a breeze. September 16, 2014
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Great features but poor execution... Got this phone to replace my LG G2, I loved my G2 and was excited to get the G3. Unfortunately my excitement was short lived. I decided to get the G3 after about 9 months after I had been using the G2 and was very impressed by the battery life and performance, but was craving something new. First of all the pros of the G3 are the very simplified and useful user interface and all the visual experience on the user interface level was much better looking than the one on the G2. The phone had a good camera but a bit slow in low light conditions, this has been the case with all android phones I've handled. The fake metal plastic build looks nice and the phone is very light for its big 5.5" screen. Now to the bad parts. First of all the phone is noticeably sluggish compared to my old G2, just the general interface experience feels a bit not as smooth as I would like a brand new flagship device to. The normal user shouldn't have any problems with it, but for those wanting the best possible experience with their device will be disappointed. My other very big concern was the screen, to me this is the biggest strength and weakness of the device. Upon first turning on the device the screen looks impressive, though you can barely notice the difference between a 1080p screen, there is still something there. But that's about it, the icons looked a bit jagged since they are not optimized for this resolutions and just might bother some people, however my biggest concern was that the color reproduction was very off. The screen was a bit yellowish and the icons tend to pop out better on my old G2. Also the contrast was sub-par, with blacks seeming a bit grayish and generally not as bright as the G2. Overall, I would recommend this device to someone who isn't very concerned about the contrast and a occasional slow interface but wants a device with good battery life and great features. However, I would not recommend this device to the enthusiast expecting the best out of their smartphone. In the end I decided to return my LG G3 and currently I am back to my G2. I am currently thinking about getting the iPhone 6 Plus after almost 5 years on android, I am really liking the build of the device and just might get one if I am able to. September 14, 2014
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