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LG G3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 467 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the responsiveness and camera are generally positive. The usability and design also get good reviews, whereas some have doubts about the portability and sound. The size and battery get mixed views.

screen, design, usability, camera, responsiveness

features, sound, portability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the LG G3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 98/100 = Excellent quality.

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LG G3 review: At Rs 47,990, a solid flagship Android smartphone

 

They say all good things come to those who wait and it seems like the G3 was quite worth the wait after all. With a launch price of Rs 47,990 for the 16GB version, the G3 is here for to satiate your flagship hunger. Here's our review of LG's flagship...

At Rs 47,990, the LG G3 is a good pick as far as flagship Androids go. It has a rock-solid feature set backed up by very good design and build quality which makes it highly recommendable. The 2K display is not going to change your life to be honest and...

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LG G3 Review

 

The LG G3 is the culmination of LG's 2 years winning-run in the Android market. As the tip of the spear of LG's smartphone line, the G3 brings its share of high-impact features, and it is undeniable that its 2560×1440 5.5″ display will set the pace for...

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LG G3 ( 16GB)

 

Editors' note: This review has been updated on July 15, 2014, with carrier analysis for AT&T's network.

The LG G3 has solid call quality and LTE data speeds, a great camera, a brilliantly sharp display, a snappy quad-core processor, and a flat UI that makes Android 4.4 look good. LG's flagship has also improved on the previous model -- the new G3 comes...

The new QHD display with its 2,560x1,440-pixel resolution is quite a power-hog, so the phone will barely last you a day without a charge.

Possessing the right blend of features and design, the G3 finally gives LG the right phone with which to challenge Korean rival Samsung.

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LG G3 (Unlocked)

 

LG's G3 boasts a super-sharp QHD display, a fast laser-focus camera and improved design, making it a very strong Android flagship phone.

Razor-sharp QHD display; Attractive design; Excellent 13-MP camera with laser focus; Fairly clean interface

Relatively dim screen; Battery life shorter than competitors'; Speaker sounds flat

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Florence Ion

 

LG's latest smartphone boasts features that should be standard for any flagship handset. Consider this a huge step forward for Android's oft-forgotten phone maker.

Display is large but comfortable to hold and use ; Impressive battery life ; Unnecessary software mostly eliminated

Lone speaker produces unimpressive sound

The G3 is a fantastic piece of hardware chock full of features that should be standard for any flagship smartphone. It's one of the best phones to debut this year.

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LG G3 review

 

Only a few years ago, when asked for recommendations on which smartphone to buy, the last name to pass my lips would be LG. The phones they produced weren't terrible, just faceless, corporate machines seemingly designed to put people to sleep.

Beautiful Quad HD touchscreen ; Classy metal-look rear panel ; Laser-autofocus works well ; Vastly improved UI design ; Incredibly loud 1w speaker

LG Health isn’t effective ; Smart Notice isn’t that smart ; Spotty game performance ; Not waterproof like Galaxy S5

LG’s renaissance continues with the G3, which could be the best Android phone of 2014. The G3’s stunning Quad HD screen, high-quality camera, and sleek design should put it on everyone’s wish list.

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LG G3 review: the company's best phone yet

 

Bigger, higher resolution, simpler to use. That's how we described LG's latest flagship, the G3, when we finally got our hands on it last week. The

Vivid display ; Solid performance ; Good battery life ; Great camera

Might be too big for some ; Some unnecessary software additions

In the G3, LG has almost produced a power user's dream. That QHD display, responsive performance and decent battery life make for a fully loaded handset that should have broad appeal. Sadly, until we know the price, its overall value is yet to be...

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LG G3 review

 

People now buy phones the same way they do clothes: prioritizing looks, size, and brand over basic utility and functionality. That's a problem for LG. The Korean company's new flagship smartphone doesn't look better than the HTC One, isn't any smaller...

Laser-guided camera takes good pictures ; Display quality matches its high resolution ; LG allows Android’s strengths to shine ; Long-lasting, user-replaceable battery

Too big for comfort ; Might be the best fake metal yet, but it’s still plastic

The G3's greatest strength is its lack of weaknesses

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LG G3 Review

 

Enter the G3 – LG's all-out attack on the Android universe that will employ all the available resources and technology in order to make a dent in the industry. That's not to say that it's going to have an easy time doing it. Phones like the Galaxy S5,...

Massive screen with great resolution ; Elegant design ; Well-organized user interface with a plethora of features

Bulky ; Exhibits some UI lag ; Some gimmicky features ; Lack of stereo speakers

The LG G3 is a remarkable Android smartphone, there's no doubt about that. It's probably the most technologically-advanced smartphone at this point, which alone is a great achievement. The question is, does it come off as an offering that's...

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LG G3 review

 

The LG G3 follows hot on the heels of the acclaimed LG G2, a device that really pulled LG back into focus at the top-end of Android smartphones. The G2 set the bar high, a tough act to follow, especially having been on the market for less than a year...

Display offers lots of potential, design, great camera, power

Battery life isn't great, might simply be too big for some people