The LG G2 has seriously impressive specs and some really cool design elements, but we know that a truly great phone needs to be more than the sum of its parts. So, is it? Let’s take a look! The LG G2 has a 5.2-inch 1080p display and runs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Chipset with a 2.26 GHz quad-core Krait CPU and Adreno 330 GPU. It has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, 24 GB of which is available to the user. No microSD slot is available. It has a 13 MP rear-facing camera with optical image…
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To highlight its camera capabilities, LG tied the G2 to a weather balloon and sent it soaring into the stratosphere.
Korean media reported that Samsung gave up on equipping the Galaxy Note 3 camera with optical image stabilization due to supply problems. Instead, the first Samsung phone with OIS could be the Galaxy S5.
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The LG G2 is set to offer some of the best hardware on the market when it finally launches, and if you’re eagerly waiting to get your handsets on LG’s latest flagship then I have some good news for you, we’re less than a month away from launch day in the US. Sources familiar with LG’s release plans state that Verizon will launch the G2 one day ahead of rival carrier AT&T. Verizon will make the handset available on September 12th, whilst AT&T will have the G2 on its shelves the following day. However, AT&T will also be opening up…
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LG confirmed that an optional case with wireless charging capabilities would be made available to European customers.
The LG G2 will be available in Canada this fall from various carriers including Bell, Rogers, WIND Mobile, SaskTel, TELUS, and Videotron but also from several electronics retailers.