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

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My favorite thing on this phone would be its sharp display, although some people don't seem to like it. I want to see how my huge resolution wallpaper looks on that phone :P

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For me the most amaizing thing about this phone is fact, that it is possible to modify it - add SD card, add wireless charging, change back panel with custom one, but it remains solid.

 

Hope I could get one. @EuJanka on twitter.


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My favorite part would be the beautiful almost-bezel-less screen that's only possible because the lock buttons and volume buttons are not on the side!

Another good thing would be the amazing almost-cyanogenmod-level customization to the UI. 

 

Apologize in advance for the "almost-s" and the ---------------'s ...

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I loved the software features shown in this review.
IMO, its modified android done right.

The feature I liked the most though would be able to reply from texts without switching the a texting specific app.

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For me, my favorite part of this phone has to be that superb display... it truly is the most sharp display on the market today, with more than 500 PPI! The removable back is also another major pro for this phone :)

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My favorite part about the LG G3 is easily the elegant design with the thin bezels that make the entire front area of the phone appear to be just the large and gorgeous screen by itself.

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For me, my favorite part of this phone has to be that superb display... it truly is the most sharp display on the market today, with more than 500 PPI! The removable back is also another major pro for this phone :)

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Awesome brushed alum look, the clean design, and the massive 1440P display!


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For me, the best things about about the G3 are definitely the fact that it has optional Wireless Charging and the super slim bezels. I also like that it's not as cheaply made as the G2 was.


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The thing I like most about Lg G3 is the innovative back button. It is so frustrating that every time I want to access my lock button and I would accidentally press the volume down  button instead. Also, it is nice to see LG starting to return to making competitive phones to reclaim their previous title as King of Phones. 

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Favourite feature would probably be the back mounted buttons and still being able to remove & swap out the back.

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My favorite part of the phone would have to be the buttons being placed on the back of the phone and the micro sd card slot, it's nice being able to add storage should the need arise.

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My favorite thing about this phone is its resolution and the buttons on the back :D

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Favourite feature would probably be the back mounted buttons and still being able to remove & swap out the back.

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