LG G3 Review
The first thing we have to say in our LG G3 review is that LG’s new flagship smartphone has an awesome display. While most phones are running 1080p screens (Full HD), the new LG G3 smartphone has a 5.5 inch display with a 2560×1440 resolution, which means a 538 PPI sharpness, which is quite impressive.
LG calls the back of phone as being metallic skin, which sounds good, looks pretty great but it still has a long way before it achieves the sleekness of other premium smartphones, such as the iPhone 5s.
The user interface is updated and it is probably one of the best things about the LG G3 smartphone. Even the icons look much better than they used to!
Our LG G3 review wouldn’t be complete without a look at the phone’s camera. It has the same 13 MP as the LG G2 did, but with some noteworthy upgrades.
The autofocus is able to do some great things, such as taking things from downright blurry to sharp in 0.27 seconds (the competition does that in 0.3 seconds).
The funny thing about this camera is that it uses a laser detection system that was developed by LG to stop vacuum cleaners from falling down the stairs. This allows the users to get a crisp image every time they press the shutter button. Well, it’s not really a shutter button, because with the LG G3, as with the Moto G, you can press anywhere on the screen to take a picture.
The quality of the photos is good, but we need to mention two things: firstly, the macro is stunning, secondly the zoom reveals blurriness with anything that is not macro.
Us, the folks here at GadgetGesture have to say we’re pretty impressed by the LG G3 smartphone. It’s a strong phone with a good camera and a spectacular screen, but we really don’t see it going the places it hopes it would. The design is really awesome and it looks better than it feels in your hand and the battery could stand for improvement. Are you happy with our LG G3 review? Are you going to give it a chance?