LG G2: All you need to know
There are even more things in the LG G2 that can spur interest. For example, how about those physical keys hiding in the rear? Now, that's what we'd call a differentiator! Of course, whether or not those keys, or the future-proof hardware are going to make such a great difference in real-life usage remains to be seen, but one thing is certain - we are excited enough to be looking forward to actually seeing if those things make a difference.
Anyway, enough small talk. We've gathered here today for an overview of all the content that a real LG G2 enthusiast might ever need. Yep, it's right here, below these lines of text. Just browse through the titles and read the ones that grab your attention!
LG G2 07 Aug 2013
The LG G2 is a high-end Android smartphone - an embodiment of cutting-edge hardware and precision-polished...
LG G2 Review 31 Aug 2013
Life hasn't been so good for LG recently, at least when it comes to the smartphone market. In the last...
LG G2 hands-on 07 Aug 2013
Lots of effort was put into building up hype around the LG G2 prior to its official unveiling. Instead...
LG G2 hands-on video 07 Aug 2013
If you haven’t noticed at all, today is all about the LG G2, fittingly enough to say the least. We’ve...
Right on cue, LG unveiled its newest Android flagship device, simply known as the LG G2. The smartphone...
Yesterday was a big day for LG, as it announced its brand new flagship smartphone - the LG G2. With an...
The LG G2 uses something called Graphic RAM to help extend battery life on the device; the name Graphic...
LG G2 vs Nokia Lumia 1020: first look 08 Aug 2013
Would you believe that it’s been less than a month since the Nokia Lumia 1020 was first introduced to...
LG G2 vs Apple iPhone 5: first look 07 Aug 2013
It goes to show how much things can change in one year, which is plainly obvious as we're comparing a...
LG G2 vs HTC One: first look 07 Aug 2013
Out of all the Android makers out there, HTC was one of the first to actually announce and release its...
LG G2 vs Motorola Moto X: first look 08 Aug 2013
Just over a week ago, the industry was at a buzz over the Moto X, which surprised many people for its...
First camera samples from the LG G2 - compared to the iPhone 5, Galaxy S4, One and Lumia 1020 07 Aug 2013
Earlier today we had the opportunity to take a few camera shots using the new LG G2, and being the shutterbugs...
So, you may have heard already that the LG G2 will be among the first smartphones to feature Qualcomm's...
LG G2 vs Samsung Galaxy S4: first look 07 Aug 2013
This is it - the ultimate Korean clash - the LG G2 is going up against its neighbor, and rival, the Samsung...
Coming up with a truly outstanding high-end Android smartphone is a challenge, to say the least. Putting...
The LG G2 is out and it is a fascinating device. The first to feature the new Snapdragon 800 chip, it...
The LG G2 is finally official and it is different. The first phone with a Snapdragon 800 chip with physical...
Sprint confirms it'll be carrying the LG G2 07 Aug 2013
LG has proudly revealed that the G2 will be available through each and every major carrier in the US,...
Following the official LG G2 announcement today, T-Mobile has swiftly confirmed that it'll be among the...
Here is why LG G2's buttons are on its back 07 Aug 2013
The LG G2 comes with all of its physical buttons on its back. It’s the first phone of this kind, and...
Ah, the LG G2 is finally here, which means we can go ahead and compare its specs to some of its fiercest...
Nowadays smartphone manufacturers are trying to fit larger and larger screens into their creations, and...
The LG G2 is already shaping up as a very interesting smartphone, if only for the fact that it's going...
1. scott5626 (Posts: 49; Member since: 01 Sep 2009)
I still need to know price and release date on Verizon?
7. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 2951; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
For some it is 2600+ mAh...location dependent and that kind of sucks.
21. pocketdrummer (Posts: 19; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)
Yeah, but that 2600+ mAh battery is removable and allows you to have an SD Card.
27. scumbledEGG (unregistered)
removable bat? imagine if this phone will release a version of android os, ios or wp8 os, haha! gonna buy them all, life's good!
3. Ninetysix (Posts: 921; Member since: 08 Oct 2012)
LG? Enjoy getting your OS update a year later--if any.
5. PapaSmurf (Posts: 4140; Member since: 14 May 2012)
This is the fear I have with this phone. Great specs, but if LG doesn't update it, it will quickly fall behind other flagships in the future.
14. BraggingBob (Posts: 24; Member since: 17 May 2013)
Updates are usually dependant on the carrier and if they need it to fix bugs. LG's quality has improved quite a bit. Jelly Bean has been very stable.
16. joey_sfb (Posts: 1475; Member since: 29 Mar 2012)
Agreed. My phone update was promised by LG management
They promise just to sell their current model and when that model faint so does their promise.
Their good point is they are normally cheaper compare to Samsung equivalent spec.
This G2 is not my cup of tea due to the lack of microSD and removable battery. Extra battery is handy when i need to stay outside for more than 12 hours.
22. pocketdrummer (Posts: 19; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)
Look up the Monoprice 5000mAh external battery. Buy it directly from Monoprice, not amazon ($28 vs $40).
When your phone gets low, plug it into the external battery and let it charge in your pocket. It should be good for 1 1/2 charges which is 50% more than you'd get with just a battery.
That said, the other battery would be 100% immediately, but this is at least another option.
4. Samsungadroidrules (Posts: 104; Member since: 28 Jul 2013)
Lol. Next post please. we don't want any useless phone specs coming from a desperate trying hard Company. hahaha For sure, after 2 months this phone will be like other LG phones that has never sold or heard. hahaha
6. PapaSmurf (Posts: 4140; Member since: 14 May 2012)
LG Optimus G did sell for competing against the Note II, GS3, and One X.
You make Samsung users look bad.
15. BraggingBob (Posts: 24; Member since: 17 May 2013)
Probably similar specs as G2 but with a tasty Key Lime Pie.
12. najariner (Posts: 24; Member since: 31 Oct 2012)
woot!i want to see this become the nexus 5!!without the back located buttons tho...And i tend to disagree with this "it wont get updated" business. What you guys are basically saying is that LG won't update any of its phones. I would think they would update the flagship atleast...
13. Landmarkcm (Posts: 285; Member since: 11 Aug 2009)
The 13mp sensor with ois doesn't sound like anything that special. Htc 8mp cameras with the image chip, variable flash, & low light BSI lenses f 2.0 aperture look more impressive (like on the One S I just scored a great deal on) . Lg doesn't even mention the aperture of the lenses. Point is for this being there "Flagship" It doesn't sound that special in the camera department.
18. monkeytown (Posts: 84; Member since: 26 Jul 2012)
made by LG is all i need to know to keep me off
23. sarge77 (Posts: 140; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)
My thing is with all LG brand devices on sprint the antennas are horrible just like any samsung HTC or moto for sprint are great for signal. Just hope they improved that feature as well as the GS4 not sure what to get. It also bothers me why they keep not supporting SD for all these great things the devices do like hd videos and downloads not much room to work with as well as games.
24. zachattack (Posts: 202; Member since: 31 Jul 2013)
Did i really see people complain about updates making this phone fall behind. First off 4.2 is up to date as you can be, 4.3 just came out and all it does is improve performance. IDK bout you but i have a feeling this phone won't lack in performance with 4.2 on board. You people are crazy... this phone won't fall behind anything for many years. It's pretty much the first of it's kind in the US. So stop bashing LG. Samsung keeps their phones updated but the galaxies still lag like a bawse? So that argument is just dead.