Review: Updated: LG G3

Introduction and key features With the LG G3, we saw a brand release a phone ahead of time in order to grab a foothold in an industry that could be spiralling away from its grasp. It’s an odd thing to say considering we’re talking about a manufacturer that launched one of the critically acclaimed phones of 2013, with the LG G2 impressing far more than most expected. But that was last year, and LG realised that with Samsung, Sony and HTC all bringing out far superior models it couldn’t wait until later in the year to catch up, so it’s tried to race to the front of the pack with a previously-unseen step forward in screen technology. It’s also going to be one of the first that’s going to launch with Android 5.0 Lollipop which will be launching before 2015, which shows LG is really pushing hard on this flagship. If you need more evidence that this is a phone that LG has accelerated to launch, check out the changes it’s made: removable battery, microSD slot, metallic frame and new, mature interface; in …
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