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Supersized phone without the supersized specs or price

LG G Vista

from Cnet (6 days ago)

If you want a high-end phablet that can do it all, don't buy the LG G Vista. Though it costs more money both on- and off-contract, you're better off with the workhorse Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for productivity and power. Or better yet, wait for the upcoming Galaxy Note 4. Launching next month for $300... More


Vivid screen, excellent audio and epic battery life

LG G Pad 7.0

from Laptop Magazine (7 days ago)

The LG G Pad 7.0 makes a few compromises to achieve its low price, but overall it's a pretty good bargain. The tablet boasts a vivid 1280 x 800 screen, outstanding audio quality and epic battery life, all for the very reasonable cost of $150. However, LG did make some trade-offs to hit this budget p... More


Delivers the big-screen goods for small budgets

LG G Vista

from PC Magazine (18 days ago)

The LG G Vista has three things going for it: a big screen, a big battery, and a small price tag. It's not quite as large as the Samsung Galaxy Mega, but it's got more modern Android software, faster performance, and costs half the price. The G Vista can't hold a candle to the Galaxy Note 3, which i... More


A classy, top-rung smartphone with Quad HD screen


from PC Pro (19 days ago)

On paper, the G3 looks like it’s got the chops to land some knockout blows on its premium smartphone rivals. In reality, though, we’re not convinced the pixel-packed screen is of any practical benefit; it’s more about one-upmanship than useful technological advancement. While the p... More


A cheaper, weaker G3 complete with stylus

LG G3 Stylus

from TechRadar (23 days ago)

Is there space (and demand) in the market for a cheaper looking and feeling LG G3 with a questionable stylus? In short, not really.To be fair it looks like the G3 Stylus will be targeted at specific markets such a Asia and Latin America, and it may never make an official appearance in the likes of t... More

LG G3's design with much less impressive specs & slightly smaller display

LG G3 Beat

from PC Advisor (24 days ago)

The LG G3 S is a very good-looking phone with specs and features that'll suit most users, but at £299 it doesn't weigh up too well with the similarly priced Nexus 5, which is actually also made by LG, which has a better processor, better display and similar cameras.If you love the design of th... More

Great but not must buy


from Gadgetsteria (29 days ago)

The G3 is a great phone. It has a pretty nice design, chart topping specs and is still somehow manageable despite the 5.5-inch display alluding to otherwise. But at the end of the day, LG is marketing the G3 for it’s camera and display. And when it comes to both, neither are really massive upg... More


Delivers the big-screen goods for small budgets

LG G Vista

from PC Magazine (about 1 month ago)

Though it doesn't quite rehabilitate the tainted Vista name, the LG G Vista has a lot to offer for big-screen fans on a budget. The 720p display is on par with phones in this price range, like the Huawei Ascend Mate2 or HTC Desire 816. You're not getting a ton of power, especially compared with phab... More


Delivers smooth performance and good battery life at an affordable price

LG G Pad 7.0

from PC Magazine (about 1 month ago)

The LG G Pad 7.0 doesn't do a lot to stand out from the crowded field of small-screen tablets, but some unique and useful software features coupled with an aggressive price give it a leg up on competitors. Spec for spec, it's the Galaxy Tab 4's equal, but Samsung charges $50 more, and I'd argue LG's... More


The best phablet to date


from The Guardian (about 1 month ago)

LG’s G3 is the best big-screened phone to date: the very small bezels around the screen and curved plastic back make its 5.5in screen eminently useable. The even weight distribution made me confident about using it in one hand, although it may still be too big for some people.The quad HD scree... More



LG Optimus Zone 2

(7 days ago)

Less than 200mb RAM straight out of the box. Keyboard constantly crashes. Bloatware infested. Can't even find apk or other info to root and solve the issues. If I could give 0 stars, I would!


This Phone is Awesome

LG Optimus Select

(9 days ago)

I love the resolution and the performance. It does everything I want it to do.


Pure android at its best

Nexus 5

(19 days ago)

If the camera were only up to par with other flag ship phones...


Okay phone, but don't dial 911

LG Optimus Showtime

(24 days ago)

I've had this phone for over a year, and it's been pretty bad lately. It takes forever for some of the things to load, especially the phone and text messaging. I cannot quickly communicate with people and it can take up to 45 seconds to a minute for the phone app to open and for me to get to the dia... More


Decent, but with definite drawbacks

LG Gossip

(27 days ago)

I've had my LG Gossip for almost 4 years now, and in that time established quite the love/hate relationship with it. I enjoyed that you could switch between applications (texts, memos, etc) but soon discovered that while doing so, occasionally the phone wouldn't let me reply to text messages because... More


What they fail to tell you!!

Nexus 5

(about 1 month ago)

They fail to mention that if your nexus 5 needs repairs, they will refuse to fix as it comes unlocked when purchased! Not impressed AT ALL! Now I'm without a phone because of this!


It gets the job done

LG Eclypse 4G

(2 months ago)

Although there are a few glitches, I've had my LG Eclypse for 2 years now and it has worked great, even after I dropped in in a bucket of water. BUT, just a couple of weeks ago my speaker randomly stopped working so I cannot talk on the phone anymore. Besides that I love the keyboard and it works g... More


The good, the bad and the ugly


(2 months ago)

I have the LG G2 for a month now. It takes some time to like it, but I love it now. Initially I was looking for a Nexus 5, since I like the idea of having a concept phone with a clean Android OS. Basically the LG G2 is the same phone, minus the clean Android OS (bad?), but with a lot more battery li... More


The best qwerty keyboard ever! I LOVE this phone

LG Shine Plus

(2 months ago)

The camera IS good and web browsing is amazing!


Connectivity problems


(2 months ago)

I've had this phone for about a year now. It works fine but i've come to have connectivity issues. I don't know for how long but since i added voice mail i get regular missed calls that never rang. Talked with support and it seems the only thing is the network strength at the time of the call. Going... More


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About LG

Few cell phone manufacturers have received as much attention as LG over the past several years, mainly because they keep coming out with great devices. LG is responsible in large part for turning cell phones into show phones, with sexy form factors, brushed metal fascias and functionality to back up the good looks.

LG is an enormous multinational corporation with 75 subsidiaries throughout the world, but their cell phone division has truly been one of their showpieces. You may be familiar with the “Shine Line” of phones that include a number of shiny flips and sliders that have racked up huge sales for carriers.

By 2005 LG was a Top 100 global brand. In addition to great cell phones, LG is the largest manufacturer of liquid crystal displays.

The company got its start in 1958 under the name GoldStar, making radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners.

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