The LG G2 Pulls No Punches

By: , On Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

The LG G2

Often times in the smartphone market we see manufacturers focus on a few  features in an attempt to give their phone some notoriety such as having a camera with the highest number of pixels, a large display, or a pretty design, while not even attempting to compete in other areas such as battery life and processing power. That doesn’t apply to the  LG G2. This seems to be a phone that was created to be the best on the market period.

Phone Specs

The hardware specs for the LG G2 are as follows:

  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™
    800 Quad-Core 2.26 GHz
  • 5.2” Full HD 1080p at
    423 ppi display
  • 13MP camera with Optical
    Image Stabilization
  • 3000 mAh battery

Highlights

Looking at the specs you can see this phone is an all around powerhouse created to command respect in the smartphone market, but a few things that seem to have all tech pundants raving about this phone are the processor, the camera, and the battery.

The Processor

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Quad-Core is one of the fastest if not the fastest processors available on  the smartphone market to date.  That means no freezing or hiccups when, playing games, watching video, or any other applications on your phone.

The Camera

Not only does the G2 have a beautiful 13MP camera, the camera also has optical image stabilization (not digital) just like Lizzy the chicken (see video below). This means the camera lense itself is working to stabilize your image before it’s even recorded to your phone, and that means no blurry still shots or bouncing videos.

The Battery

The G2 features a 3000mAh battery while still maintaining a slim form factor. That’s a huge battery for a phone I wouldn’t describe as a phablet. I remember the extended battery on my old HTC Thunderbolt was only 2700mAh, it lasted all day but made the phone the the size of a brick. The G2’s 3000mAh battery means recharging your phone in the middle of  the day (if thats something you still have to do) will be a thing of the past.

If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, or soon will be I would definitely consider the LG G2.

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