So 7 weeks with the device and I really really love the device. LG has really come through this time with excellent features very well thought out updates that really give the G3 an edge over its competitors. Below are my favorite features that I have come to enjoy and I would want them in any new phone I am looking for:
1. Quad HD Screen
The G3 is the first phone in the US to sport a Quad HD screen. The screen is bright, super clear and just a joy to watch videos on, even though the content is limited. I cannot go back to Full HD 1080p anymore
2. Huge and removable Battery
LG turned around from its G2/Flex model of sealed battery to a removable yet bigger battery then its previous models. Result? more then full day coverage and emergency swap if you have 2 on hand. Cannot get any better then this.
The G3 made major improvements on its camera front (or back). The biggest complaints customers had about the camera was its too slow and that was mainly due to the Optical Image Stabilization or OIS feature on the camera. LG made sure that was not an issue this time. With Laser Auto focus, a 13 MP sensor and dual flash, they have made the camera fast, get better low light pictures and less shaky ones too. They didnt stop there. They also took some cool innovative steps on the front facing camera by adding a flash component (using the screen) and a hand gesture to take pictures with (see image below)
As this phone is quite big, it may not be easy for some users to reach out to touch the soft button while taking selfies, so the hand gesture helps.
These were the 3 main features i love about this phone and it will be very difficult for me to go to a device which is missing any of these features and be happy, but time will tell.
Until next time
-- Your Product Ambassador Team
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