The LG G3 trails rival flagships in our battery test
0. phoneArena 09 Jun 2014, 03:04 posted on
With the official introduction of the LG G3, many were anxious to hear to about how it, in turn, handles itself when it comes to endurance, and not least because of it's large and extraordinarily pixel-dense, Quad HD (1440 x 2560) pixel resolution IPS display. Well, the numbers are in, and the results are rather disappointing
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121. preter (Posts: 14; Member since: 05 Jun 2014)
But I'm not at all sorry about dissing your sorry assed low lives for trolling above your levels. Keep being anal-lised by everybody for your ignorant comments ┌∩┐(◣_◢)┌∩┐
N.B. Why so insecure about your 2nd tier brand such that you think others are talking about Samsung - or have to troll here?
122. kcipopnevets (Posts: 7; Member since: 14 Jun 2014)
Moto is very top-tier. Fastest updates, only honest company besides Apple in benchmarking, and phones that perform just as well or even better as the bearers of Snapdragon 801 or whatever with so-called "midrange specs". Anyways, you shouldn't care what phone I use and likewise. My original point was lack of respect for my phone probably for being Verizon-exclusive and I find nobody complaining about the specs but instead praising how this phone is more solid than Note 3, One M8, S5, G2. And I'm not a closeted iPhone fanboy, I love all platforms and my Maxx happens to be a developer edition, meaning I do know what to do and I understand where my money's going. Now please, this didn't need to take such a steep turn.
123. preter (Posts: 14; Member since: 05 Jun 2014)
But I'm not at all sorry about dissing you low lives! If it rubbed you wrongly up your rear end... don't skimp on the vaseline cheapo!
Oh, & just cos u use crap from a a 2nd tier brand doesn't mean you need to get your knickers in a twist thinking others are talking about Samsung - some more vaseline! - from your mum!
125. rahul.niks (Posts: 86; Member since: 31 Oct 2013)
U are so disappointing buddy, i am no hater but seriously you should buy a moto, i bet your opinion will change. Just coz you don't have even tried moto does not mean moto is a 2nd tier, i know Samsung is great when they show some innovations, not a fan of any of their design after s2. But for Vaseline's sake, plz try a moto device, they are much cooler than most of the flagship devices, don't judge them just by their specs without trying.
126. preter (Posts: 14; Member since: 05 Jun 2014)
Yet another insecure fool using a second rate brand who thinks/knows of only the Samsung brand. This isn't even a Samsung thread.
Unlike you, I know how to read & really understand specs. I don't need to spend my money to buy a second rate brand to know whether it is good. If the brand doesn't even have the most basic things like removeable battery, SD card, FM, top tier screen etc. I wouldn't even touch it with a barge pole. Your loser brand is no difference from so many others that simply don't cut it. There are sp many brands that provide these. Get some eyes (& brains which will also help).
Why don't you foolish consumers go read your Moto/HTC/Sony/i-Crap instruction manual - "Battery Section" - & find out what the manufacturers themselves admit/concede/warn is something that will definitely fail eventually. Yet the fools buy them -. Fools & their money are soon parted.
128. smallworld (Posts: 460; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)
Ah I knew it. How could a QHD phone beat a 1080p phone with a bigger battery ?
129. Korean (Posts: 3; Member since: 19 Feb 2014)
한국인이지? 알바짓 그만좀 해. 한국에서도 알바짓하는게 모자라서 여기서도 그러고 있냐??? 여기는 안걸릴꺼같지?
130. firstviji (Posts: 11; Member since: 28 Jun 2013)
Ok PA! now what's your rating for G3? Has it been updated?
133. tahirk (Posts: 25; Member since: 10 Apr 2014)
And PA has gone through a 360 Flip and now LG G3 trails rival flagships ;). What have you tested previously which outscored rivals?????
134. Gussy2000 (Posts: 10; Member since: 07 Apr 2012)
Well my phone, the LG Optimus G scored a 49 (compared to the G3 scoring a 69 - hee hee) on the GSMArena test. I get between 18 hours to over 24 hours of battery life on my phone (running it down to between 20-10%). This is based on my personal usage habits not some arbitrary test which means the G3's "poor" battery test performance will not be an issue for me.
As I sit here, my phone has been off the charger for 5 hours 8 minutes and is at 75%. At that burn rate, I will get 20 hours from my charge.