LG had announced its flagship phone G4 in April this year. The latest flagship from LG was officially launched in India for Rs. 51,000 yesterday. Let’s compare the phone to its predecessors G3 and G2 in this photo gallery. Continue reading “LG G4 vs LG G3 vs LG G2 Photo Gallery”
Xiaomi announced the Mi Note Pro in January and they launched the phone in China earlier this month. We got you unboxing of the phone recently and here is the comparison of the phone with last year’s flagship phone from LG, the LG G3. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Note Pro vs LG G3 Photo Gallery”
When considering the performance of a handset, attention is inevitably turned towards benchmarking applications such as GeekBench 3, 3D Mark and AnTuTu (to name a few). When comparing performance across iOS and Android, the number of compatible benchmark applications are limited but both GeekBench 3 and 3D Mark reveal some interesting facts. Comparing the iPhone 6 Plus and the LG G3, we can see some interesting facts about the optimisation achieved by Apple and LG in each handset. Continue reading “Apple iPhone 6 Plus vs LG G3 Benchmarks”
LG has launched the dual SIM variant of its flagship G3 smartphone in China. Unlike the global variant, the LG G3 (D858) for China has 4G TD-LTE support, Dual SIM with Dual Active support, so that you can use data and voice calling on either SIMs simultaneously. Continue reading “LG G3 with Dual-SIM support launched in China”
LG G3, the flagship smartphone from LG will soon be available in more colors. The company had announced at the time of the launch in May that it will be available in total five colors. However, the LG G3 was made available only in Metallic Black, Silk White, Shine Gold colors.
You might have seen our review of the LG G3, which details a lot of the flagship’s features, but when it comes to the camera, the Korean company has sought to keep things almost the same as its predecessor. The LG G3 comes with the same Sony made 13 megapixel stacked CMOS sensor as the G2, complete with dedicated ISPs for fast image processing. The f2.4 aperture is not class leading or even fast, by today’s smartphone standards, but seems to be clear at the least, helping in taking sharp pictures. Coupled with OIS+, the new laser autofocus module and the dual tone flash, LG takes the successful combination from the G2, one step ahead. To explain all the features and the camera samples, here is our long dedicated camera review of the LG G3, skip past the video for the full resolution samples –
Ever since the Nexus 4, LG has been consistently upping its flagship game. The company’s first decent flagship device, Optimus G, was the start of a wonderful intra-company relationship in which LG started pulling resources from within its own divisions, like the one for display, the one focused on Chemistry for battery technology, etc. It then culminated into the G2, which was, in fact, as popular as the Nexus 4 at some point, known for its edge to edge design, good camera, screen and great battery life. The G3 is the LG’s ambitious successor, which fixes the few complaints the G2 had related to storage expansion and a removable battery, and adds interesting new technologies to differentiate itself. LG boasts itself as one of the firsts in the industry to have a quad HD display on a smartphone and also touts the new laser autofocus system that can be reliable, even in low light. Armed with all these features, can the LG G3 take on the Galaxies and the iPhones of this world? More importantly, is a Quad HD display really necessary? Lets find out in our full in-depth review.
LG has finally launched the LG G3, the company’s latest flagship smartphone at an event in Mumbai. It was announced back in May and comes with a 5.5-inch (2560 x 1440 pixels) Quad HD display, powered by a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) with new flat UI. It has a 13-megapixel rear camera with dual tone LED flashes and a new Laser AF for fast focus, even in low light conditions and a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera. Continue reading “LG G3 launched in India starting at Rs. 47990”
LG’s first QHD phone, the G3, may be available for online pre-sale in India, but the device still hasn’t seen an official launch in the country.However, a teaser (a bad one at that) from the Korean fabricator reveals that the device will see a launch on the 21st this month, which is just over a week away from now. LG India tweeted the following picture earlier today, about which we’re talking: Continue reading “LG G3 launching in India on July 21st”
LG G3 is available for pre-order in India from online retailer Infibeam starting at Rs. 46,990 for the 16GB version. The 32GB variant of the smartphone is also available for pre-order at Rs. 49,990. According to the listing, these are expected to be the MOP of the smartphones and the MRP would be Rs. 49,990 and Rs. 54,990, respectively. Continue reading “LG G3 available for pre-order in India online starting at Rs. 46990”
LG announced its latest flagship, the LG G3 back in May. We brought you the unboxing of the device recently, here we have the benchmarks of the smartphone. It is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 801 (MSM8974) 28nm HPm Krait 400 CPU clocked at 2.46 GHz per core and has Adreno 330 GPU. It comes with a 5.5-inch (2560×1440 pixels) IPS display, 2GB / 3GB RAM and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat). Our 16GB variant of the LG G3 has 2GB RAM. Check out the synthetic benchmark scores below. Continue reading “LG G3 Benchmarks”
LG’s G3, the company’s latest flagship device, was announced on May 27th, with a quad HD display and laser autofocus touted as its USPs. The much awaited successor to G2 predictably packs bleeding edge specifications, in a bid to compete against other premium flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8. The device, with a 5.5″ display, still follows its predecessor when it comes to being sleeker than usual with a super thin bezel around an amazingly sharp display. Packed to the brim with most wanted features, with even a removable battery and a slot for micro SD cards, the G3 aims to be do-it-all this time, and has fewer compromises for a large set of people. We obviously couldn’t wait for the Indian launch, so we went ahead and got one from our friends at Clove UK, and as with every device we get, here is a video to show you what the device looks like, fresh out of the box –
LG recently showed off LG G3 Beat in the Tianyi Mobile Phone Trade Exhibition held in China. Reports are now surfacing online saying that the device can possibly be the LG G3 mini.
LG unveiled the LG G3, the company’s latest flagship last month. It went on sale in Korea soon after the launch, today LG has announced that the LG G3 would release globally starting from June 27th. It packs a 5.5-inch (2560 x 1440 pixels) Quad HD display, powered by a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) with new flat UI, has a 13-megapixel rear camera with dual tone LED flashes, a new Laser AF and a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera. Continue reading “LG G3 global roll out begins June 27th starting from Asia”