LG G2 Pros & Cons

What are the advantages and disadvantages of the LG G2?

Buy LG G2LG are amongst one of the biggest manufacturers of mobile phones, yet the chances are you still might not think of them first when opting for a new smartphone, despite the fact they have had quite some success.

The G2 has been on the market for a few weeks now and is receiving generally positive praise. I personally wrote my own review having used it for 2 weeks here.

It is quite lengthy, so lets cover the main pros and cons here. Slightly unusually some of the pros are also cons on the G2 too, it just depends what your stance is.

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LG G Pad sample images

Take a look at a series of images captured using the 5 megapixel camera on the rear of the LG G Pad.

Click each image to see the original file.

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LG G Pad 8.3 languages

Are you contemplating picking up LG’s tablet, the G Pad 8.3?

In the following images we show you the languages available on the device, for both the system and the keyboard.

System languages:

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LG G Flex

Following on from the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Round, LG have now unveiled the G Flex.

This time, the curve is on a different axis to the Round.

Weighing in at 177g the G Flex has a 6” 720P OLED display and measures a maximum thickness of 8.7mm, but is just 7.9mm at some points.

Like the G2, it has good specs including a quad core 2.26GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera and a 3500mAh battery.

Take a look at it at various angles in the following press image.

A very cool (or perhaps geeky) thing is the ‘self-healing’ technology that exists in the back cover.  A special protective film that is designed to get rid of scratches within a few minutes.

There is no word on European release but it is due to launch next month on the Korean networks.

LG G Pad 8.3 – do you know – QuickRemote

The last in a series of posts that highlights some of the key features of the LG G Pad 8.3.

The G Pad is LG’s Android tablet, which is said to be the ideal fit in the palm of the hand for one handed holding of the device.

Sharing many features of the G2 smartphone, the G Pad is a potential companion to the G2 when you need the bigger screen of a tablet.

Find out more about QuickRemote in the following video.

LG G Pad 8.3 – do you know – Multi User

The continuation of a series of posts that highlights some of the key features of the LG G Pad 8.3.

The G Pad is LG’s Android tablet, which is said to be the ideal fit in the palm of the hand for one handed holding of the device.

Sharing many features of the G2 smartphone, the G Pad is a potential companion to the G2 when you need the bigger screen of a tablet.

Find out more about Multi User in the following video.

LG G Pad 8.3 – do you know – Capture Plus

The continuation of a series of posts that highlights some of the key features of the LG G Pad 8.3.

The G Pad is LG’s Android tablet, which is said to be the ideal fit in the palm of the hand for one handed holding of the device.

Sharing many features of the G2 smartphone, the G Pad is a potential companion to the G2 when you need the bigger screen of a tablet.

Find out more about Capture Plus in the following video.

LG G Pad 8.3 – do you know – QuickMemo

The continuation of a series of posts that highlights some of the key features of the LG G Pad 8.3.

The G Pad is LG’s Android tablet, which is said to be the ideal fit in the palm of the hand for one handed holding of the device.

Sharing many features of the G2 smartphone, the G Pad is a potential companion to the G2 when you need the bigger screen of a tablet.

Find out more about QuickMemo in the following video.

LG G2 Review

Stand up and pay attention, the G2 is worth serious consideration.

Below you can find our review of the UK LG G2, which includes  look at what’s in the box.

Personally, I have often felt LG has had a bit of a reputation for lower grade, mass market products that are a bit cheap at do not normally hit the mark for me. This may be a little unfair as a basis to start this review but if the G2 is anything to go by, then I need to seriously reconsider this thought.  No longer will I rule LG out.  In fact, it will now be one of the first brands I consider.

Competing with the likes of the HTC One, Sony Xperia Z1 and Samsung Galaxy S4, the G2 has stiff competition, but how does it really compare?

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LG G Pad 8.3 – do you know – Slide Aside

The continuation of a series of posts that highlights some of the key features of the LG G Pad 8.3.

The G Pad is LG’s Android tablet, which is said to be the ideal fit in the palm of the hand for one handed holding of the device.

Sharing many features of the G2 smartphone, the G Pad is a potential companion to the G2 when you need the bigger screen of a tablet.

Find out more about Slide Aside in the following video.

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