Tuesday, 9 September 2014

LG G3 Review

Occasionally an item is offered for me to review, it’s a moment of great joy!  Usually you will find me knee deep in toy reviews so something this lovely for me is a rare treat indeed.

I tend to have hubbie’s leftovers and have to fake a grateful face, I was using his old S2 when he upgraded to an S3.  But having lost it behind a toy box for a week or so I was solely using the gorgeous LG G3.  When I found my old phone again it looked so dated in comparison, the screen so tiny, and the user face uninspiring!  I wondered why I ever liked it in the first place…

Once you have experienced the LG G3 its hard to go back, when you have had a taste of what it offers you cannot compromise with other phones.  The screen is spectacular; its such an impressive smartphone all round!  The camera has advanced OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) so great if your prone to take blurry shots like I usually do!  This feature reduces shaking, I do have wobbly hands so hopefully pictures will improve considerably from now on, like this gorgeous one of eldest.

It makes a wonderful change that my phone now trumps my hubbie’s one.  It’s so sleek and sophisticated looking, it is on the large size but then it would need to be to pack in such a generous screen (5.5 inch Quad HD display!).  The Quad aspect means it’s a lot sharper than your average HD phone.  It seems much easier on my eyes, especially now I am slightly hooked on playing Plants V’s Zombies.  I can look at the screen quite happily without feeling my eyes are strained.

I love it so much I made sure I bought a case to protect it, my old S2 was just at the mercy of the elements, but the LG G3 is one phone I want to hang on to for as long as possible!  The metallic look of the frame is visually eye catching it seems a shame to house it in my new Unicorn Beetle case and hide its beauty, but as I have two young children prone to dropping things it seemed sensible to be cautious!

It handles really well, whether I am browsing the Internet or taking pictures, the user face is laid out well and it’s easy to find what I am looking for.  If your thinking its time to upgrade your phone then you will not be disappointed by this latest offering from LG.

You can find out more information from the LG website.

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