AT&T LG Optimus G Review- Snapdragon at its best

The LG Optimus G is LG’s flagship Android smartphone and the first in the US to pack a quad-core processor with 4G LTE on AT&T network. It packs Qualcomm’s Fusion 3 chipset which pairs a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC (APQ8064) with a 2G / 3G / LTE radio (MDM9615). It features 2GB of DDR RAM and a 4.7-inch 1280×768 (320ppi) True HD IPS PLUS display with Zerogap Touch (in-cell touch) technology. A sealed 2100mAh Li-polymer battery rated for 800 charge cycles powers this Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) device. The rear camera sports a 8-megapixel(unlike 13 megapixels for the international version, backside-illuminated sensor with 1.1µm pixels, an f/2.4 autofocus lens and a single LED flash

The most eye catching feature of the LG Optimus G is its speed and pure performances, Qualcomm’s Quad-core Snapdragon Processor really shines here. No slow downs and you can really see the phone hum through task like it was taking a cake walk.  The LG Optimus G  runs android 4.0 with its heavily customized UX, which has changed names over iterations. At first glance it seems and looks like a full Android departure, but LG did a great job creating a different feel to the normal Android 4.0 experience that user will find intuitive in the long run. Quick access feature like Quick Memo, gives you the ability to write notes on your smartphone at any given time. Also the PIP video feature, does give the user a multitasking ability. The 2GB of ram also allows for great mulitasking without an slow downs

The 8 megapixel camera on the LG Optimus G does a fabulous job at taking stills, and the video recording at 1080p is fantastic, you still have the full set of Android features for taking stills and videos as well as taking stills while recording.  Check out the sample clip sin the review above.

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In all the LG Optimus G on AT&T network is a Android power house that packs the right specs and performances to boot. There really isn’t much to say negative about the device. Other than the UI might take some getting used to. But What you have with the Optimus G is a power processor, great camera, intuitive feature and solid performance all round.