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Hands on with the LG G3

Sep 12, 2014

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With the launch of LG’s new G3, the South Korean company is finally getting the attention it deserves in the United States Android community. LG Electronics’ latest flagship device is packed with innovative features, but manages to keep the user experience simple and neat.

The G3 is one of the first smartphones you’ll find with a quad HD (2K) display, and is powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 801 processor, designed to make sure whatever you’re viewing on the 5.5-inch screen is running smoothly.

No matter where you look, the Internet is full of buzz for the LG G3:

  • “If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, you would be doing yourself a great disservice by not considering LG’s G3.” — BGR
  • “Overall, the LG G3 was a test phone I was loath to give up. Its design, performance and just the right amount of extras from LG make it arguably the best Android phone on the market right now. Hopefully, phone buyers will notice.” — The New York Times
  • “LG is diving into a sea of very good Android devices and…will have to prove its worth the old-fashioned way: by just being better than everyone else.” — The Verge

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