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LG G3 Review and.... TWENTY-FIVE Phone Giveaway?!

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Honestly this phone strikes me as one of those phones which shakes up the market. It is really hard to focus on one feature of this phone and saying that it is the best. Sure the 2560x1440p display is amazing but as Linus mentioned its nothing to get too excited about because you can't really sense the difference between 1080 and 1440. Another thing that should be applauded at is that LG managed to get the G3 to be about the size of a Samsung Galaxy S5 with its thin bezels. Overall it is very hard to just narrow your choice to one thing or feature that the LG G3 provides.

 

But, in my eyes the battery of the G3 is like awesome. Like seriously that battery is amazing, despite the screen resolution the battery life still manages to hold up as well as and sometimes even better than other 1080p phones.

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LG has done a great job from G2 on. The hardware is pretty good and so is the software(despite the lag). I personally haven't used LG since the release of LG Viewty, so I enter this contest to make LG G3 my next big thing.

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I personally think it looks amazing and the fact that is has a large screen (especially compared to my current iPhone 4S).

 

Thanks to LG for doing this giveaway!!


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i kinda like to try out the android flavour :)


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For me what I liked the most is the focus on the design for the display. The thinness of the bezel looks so sweet!

Sometimes the little details make the most impact on the usability. :D

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I reason that I like the LG G3 is because of the overall aesthetic and the innervation of the moving the buttons on from the side to the back.

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My favourite part of the G3 is its robust software, I really like the ability to change animations, keyboard size, split screen etc. In a crowded world of smartphones with basically the same specs, software has to deliver. 

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I loooove that back cover. That brushed look <3


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What I liked about the G3 from this review:

1: even thought its in plastic, the phone looks good,it's stylish, and as seems to have a nice feel

2: replaceable battery, and best of all: the Korean version comes with 2 (yes 2!!!!) 3000 mAh batteries AND a docking station! Mind blown!!!


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Well my favourite thing about the LG G3 isn't the 1440p screen which looks beautiful but the back buttons. I have tried an LG G2 and they are perfectly placed and feel really natural to use. Also the size is really good since I have large hands and wouldn't mind using a large phone. The back is also one of the nicest I have seen and seems like a really good way to compromise between a unibody aluminium back and the lightweight of plastic backs like you mentioned in the video.

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The top specs on the phone! It's thin packing a 2k resolution display with 3 gb of RAM and the clean bezel makes for an attractive looking phone. 

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My favorite part about the G3 would be the screen. It is really nice to have a screen thet big for gaming and so on. And the bezzel looks really sleak.

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The display is by far the best thing of the LG G3, although I have yet to see it in real life. That resolution is higher than my desktop monitor which is pretty insane.

 

Also, really awesome by LG go give out 25 units, I've never heard of a handset maker be THAT generous.

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I like the that someone is trying something different with phones.


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