In the last few years, LG proved that it can make pretty good smartphones. It isn’t by accident, then, that the South Korean company was selected by Google to manufacture its two latest Nexus smartphones: the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. This gave a lot of credit to LG, which, unlike HTC or Samsung, wasn’t among the first companies to join the Android bandwagon.
LG’s most advanced smartphone yet is the brand new G3
, which was introduced last month as its first mobile device to sport a Quad HD (1,440 x 2,560 pixels) display. The G3 is an impressive piece of technology, and certainly has its place among this year’s best high-end offerings.
While revisiting our LG G3 vs. iPhone 5s post
, and thinking that a flagship smartphone with a 4-inch display just doesn’t cut it anymore, we had a somewhat crazy idea: Apple could seriously learn some things from the way that the G3 is made. Obviously, these things may be used by Apple to improve its future iPhones (not this year’s new iPhones, though, as their features are most probably already set in stone). Read on to find out what LG G3 features Apple should consider adding to its upcoming smartphones.
5 LG G3 features that Apple should not ignore