Since its global launch in New York City last August, the LTE-capable smartphone superstar LG G2 continues to reap praises from various international tech pundits.
“Best smartphone in the world”
Stuff Magazine, a British tech and gadgets publication, has consistently been favoring LG Mobile’s high-end flagship since it first laid hands on the smartphone. LG G2 made it to the number one spot in Stuff’s most recent list of top 10 smartphones, besting other premium models from HTC, Samsung, Apple, and Sony.
“Its 5.2in, 1080p screen is razor sharp, with superb viewing angles and inky blacks; its quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor handles demanding tasks with nonchalant ease; its 13MP camera takes amazing photos… All that, and its battery just keeps on going,” the prestigious magazine quoted. It also hailed the LG G2 as “power-crazy”, “close to flawless”, and “the New King of Android”, among other hefty acclaims.
Unmatched performance, design, user experience
The LG G2 has also impressed other influential sources. American technology news and media network The Verge acknowledges the G2 as “a powerhouse on multiple levels” which “checks off every spec you could ask for”. Consumer electronics web magazine Engadget labels it as the “swiftest Android phone we’ve seen yet”, while information technology website ZDNet positions the G2 to “raise the Android bar”.
Sporting a 5.2-inch Full HD IPS display, the G2 runs on the industry’s most advanced mobile chipset—Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor—and contains a 3,000 mAh siO+ battery for maximum battery capacity. The camera is equipped with world-class features such as Optical Image Stabilization, 8X Digital Zoom, 9 Multi-Point Auto-Focus, and video recording capability up to 60 fps Full HD. It also boasts of the industry’s first 24 bit/192kHz Hi-Fi sound playback for studio-quality audio.
Dubbed as a “beautiful monster” by GSM Arena, a website that specializes solely on mobile handsets, the LG G2’s groundbreaking design stemmed from behavioral studies features the world’s first Rear Key, the only button on the device used for switching on and off, activating the QuickMemoTM, and launching the 13-megapixel Full HD camera. There are no buttons on the sides of the device for a more sleek and seamless exterior, and its bezel is the narrowest in the market.