The LG G2 is the beastly smartphone that may be LG’s answer to the other smartphones in its segment . It’s a massive, yet not entirely burdensome, smartphone full of specs that would make the most insightful geeks drool. So far, LG has been a distant cry from where the other giants find themselves in terms of popularity and smartphone ownership. .With the G2, it seems like LG may give the other competitors a run for their money. It’s large, made of lots of plastic, shaped similarly and is jam-packed with more features than a single person can handle.
Diving right into what powers the LG G2 and , you’ll first notice a 5.2-inch 1920 x 1080 display, which gives us a 424 PPI density. The chipset inside is a Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800, with a 2.26GHz quad-core Krait 400. In terms of processing power, it seems that the G2 has an abundance of it. It comes in 16GB and 32GB variants, with 2GB RAM. Very strong connectivity includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, Infrared port and 4G LTE.
The rear end camera has a 13MP lens with a small LED flashlight. It seems that manufacturers are really putting a strong emphasis on imaging these days, rest assured the G2’s camera won’t disappoint. Photos look sharp and clear. Colors are excellent, especially when you shoot in good light, and details are incredible. Of course, a lot of that has to do with the processing, sharpening and everything else the G2 does with the 13MP images.
LG’s UI for the G2 is attractive enough, and it has its conveniences. Buttons and options come up where you’d like them to be, and customization options are plenty. When you power on the device, you’ll find that there are five home screens to customize. Android 4.2.2 widgets are available, but LG has thrown in a small handful of its own widgets in there, too. Accessing apps is as easy as tapping the apps button on the home screen. If you want to download more apps, simply sign into the device with your Google account – it’s easiest to do this by setting up your Gmail account – and you can start downloading apps, videos, games, books
Putting it all together,the LG G2 is one of the better Android smartphones you can buy right now. If it fits in your budget then one should definitely go for it. Enjoy!