[ad#ad-1]LG really step things up from its offering from last year with the G3. Knowing very well they have one major smartphone release for the year. the company delivered with a device that is sure to compete for a while. The LG G3 comes packed with everything you can consider the latest. Starting with its shining glory of a 5.5-inch QHD display ( in English 4x 720p) aka sharp than the big HDTV you got at home. Now you would thing a display like that would kill the battery life, well think again; the LG G3 comes with a 3,000mAh battery and a very good battery management mode that was able to give me two full days on moderate use. While still running a Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor with 3GB of ram on the 32GB storage version plus expandable storage up to 128GB via MicroSD. This thing really files and is a joy to use.
LG also made some serious and I mean serious improvements to its UI to give a more simpler and balance user experience that is leap and bounds ahead of its competition. with added software features like the system cleaner to take care of cookie sand temp files. Plus the unit we reviewed from Sprint, had little to no bloatware and came in Gold. Also it should be stated that there has been some real Solid iimprovementsto Sprint’s Network in the Boston area.
The G3 does have some a few downer point, with its camera. Though the 13MP camera with laser focus has some very fast reflecting in taking photos. It doesn’t do as good as a job in low light situations like the G2. Still the camera does a good job at take photos as fast as you want it. There are many more aspects to the LG G3 we touch on in the video review below. but one key aspect of that really sets the LG G3 apart is really how LG brings everything together with the G3’s UX to make the numerous specs come to life in a unified and clean package.