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LG G3 was launched globally back in May 2014 and it took two more months for the company to launch its flagship phone in India. They had kept no stone unturned in making the launch programme a huge success by roping in the legendary film personality Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. Mr. Bachchan, not only endorsed the brand but also presented the unique features of the handset before the audience in Mumbai. LG G3 happens to be the second smartphone in India with a QHD display (the other being Oppo Find 7). This device emphasized upon three important innovations by keeping the usability and user experience in mind. These three aspects revolve around display, camera and design. The best part of the device is surely its exceptional design and user interface. The core essence of the innovations are based upon the saying “To be simple is to be great”, which does not make the operations complex but simpler, powered by intuitive innovation.
User experience has been kept in mind while designing and developing this great device, which gives more freedom, enjoyment, value, and whatever else the users want. LG engineers have given a lot of effort in simplifying the most advanced of technologies in order to make the lives of users smarter and simpler. LG G3 is the new flagship handset of LG that goes by the axiom - simple is the new smart. The Managing Director of LG Electronics India Private Limited, Mr. Soon Kwon, has categorically mentioned the fact that they have packed this smartphone, just like their hugely successful LG G2, with the latest and smartest innovations to make life simpler. While describing the roaring success of this handset, Mr. Soon Kwon said that in South Korea, it took only five days for one lakh units of this device to vanish from the retail outlets after its global launch. According to him, true innovation comes from understanding the needs of consumers and LG G3 comes with intuitive technology, bringing in richer and fuller experience.
This device is priced at Rs. 47,990 (16GB version) and is pitched against some of the leading flagship rivals including Sony Xperia Z2, Samsung Galaxy S5, and HTC One (M8). There are some interesting aspects related to the timing of the G3 launch, for it has been launched at a time when Samsung has come out with Galaxy S5’s LTE variant on July 20 and HTC is coming out with a firmware update of its M8 in August 2014. It needs to be pointed out that G3 has not announced any LTE support yet. However, the device is powered by Snapdragon 801 chipset, which supports LTE. So, we believe the company may come up with LTE upgrade if the handset performs well in the Indian market.
This flagship device comes with class-leading hardware and definitely matches the performance of other leading handsets that are available in the Indian market such as Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), and Sony Xperia Z2. All the tasks can be managed without any hiccup and with ease. However, we confronted slowdown when animation in home screen transition was changed. Other than this, all other tasks were completed seamlessly. One of the best things in LG G3 is surely its gaming experience that includes even the most advanced ones. Due to the Quad HD resolution of its display, users will be able to check out few elements that had gone unnoticed previously. Not a bit of lag was experienced while playing games like Asphalt 8 and Dead Trigger 2. The powerful internals ensured the smooth performance. One of the greatest things we witnessed while using the smartphone is that even after long sessions of gaming, there was absolutely no heating problem in the device.
Another area where this device worked brilliantly is in the multimedia section, for the sound quality was not only great but pretty loud too. You will simply love watching videos and your favorite movies on it for the display is simply great. The battery capacity is of 3000mAh and we found out the battery life of more than a day still remaining even after extensive usage. Most interestingly, LG G3 has a battery saver mode that cuts off the functions that consume too much power. The mobile will go into this mode automatically once the remaining battery life hits 5 percent. Users can increase this by up to 30 percent. The connectivity options available in this device are also quite good. In fact, in this parameter, it can be counted among the best phones. The network connectivity is simply great and does not change from 3G to 2G in areas where many other devices change the network. Even in areas where the Wi-Fi signals are weak, this smartphone works wonderfully and lets the user access internet connection quite seamlessly.
Other connectivity options available here include Bluetooth 4.0, infrared, and NFC. Though 4G LTE connectivity is absent in this handset, the existing processor is capable of supporting this connectivity option. If LG G3 becomes successful among the Indian audience, we believe the company may bring an LTE update just like what Samsung has done in case of Galaxy S5. We had expected micro USB 3.0 port in this all encompassing handset but unfortunately, this device lacks the same. Though micro USB 2.0 provides a great performance during data transfer, v3.0 micro USB could have given faster transfer experience.
How does this Device Fare?
LG G3 is surely a product to look forward to even when the price is comparatively on the higher side when compared to its peers. Its official price is approximately Rs. 48,000 (16GB version), which is quite high when compared with the online prices of HTC One (M8) (Rs. 42,000) and Samsung Galaxy S5 (Rs. 35,000). Whether it is the user interface, design, camera, media experience or quality, G3 is surely one of the best smartphones we have encountered in a long time. However, the only thing that bothers us is its price, which seems to be a bit too high. However, in one of the online retail outlets, it is not only being sold around Rs. 1000 less than the official price but also includes a discount of Rs. 5,000 on LG’s new G Watch, Android Wear-based.
We do recommend buying this product but also ask consumers to wait for a month or so if they think the price of this device is a bit too high. However, we can definitely say that even if you buy the device at the existing official price, you will get full value of your money, considering the great specs and features that the device comes with.
Operating system and UI
LG G3 comes with a Quad HD display that has the highest pixel density of 538ppi – four times than that of standard HD, and a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. ‘Real’ images have been redefined by LG by introducing class leading screen ratio, 3A (Adaptive) Optimization, enhanced pixel density, and QHD resolution. Therefore, the images you watch on its 5.5 inches display are definitely crisper, sharper and clearer. The company has narrowed down the bezel and that’s why, 76.4% of the front side is dedicated to the display screen, thus adding to the user experience. Though there has been a significant increase in the screen resolution, it needs to be mentioned that you will not find much difference between QHD and Full HD, when you hold two devices with different resolutions in hand.
One glaring difference is the viewing of better details related to app icons including shadows and texture. You will be able to watch more elements on custom backgrounds. When watching photos on the display screen, you will definitely feel the difference between this phone and another mobile with Full HD or standard HD display. Another important difference we have noticed is the crispness of texts and videos. Graphically, advanced games look that more attractive on LG G3. The sunlight legibility of this smartphone is surely one of the greatest things that come across. When it comes to the design of LG G3, the technology used here is called floating arc, which makes it great to hold it at hand. However, holding the device at hand is not as great as HTC One (M8).
The hardware and software specs are amazing in this handset, which actually increases its user experience. There is absolutely no clutter while multitasking or even playing the most advanced and graphically superior games. LG G3 is powered by a strong quad-core processor (Snapdragon 801) clocked at a speed of 2.5GHz. This spec along with 2GB (for 16GB variant) or 3GB of RAM (for 32GB variant) makes the smartphone faster as well as smoother. The operating system used in this device is Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Optimus UI (latest iteration) as the user interface.
Everything about LG G3 is subtle, for you will not find any kind of cartoonish or bloated theme or icons. The real harm is in the understated flatter elements, which not only complements the overall theme but also adds to the unique charm of the smartphone. There are more themes than the default one. Some more downloadable themes are there for use at LG G3. One of the greatest features we enjoyed in this mobile is definitely the Knock On feature, where the screen turns ‘on and off’ with a simple double tap, highlighted many times during the launch of the device. To increase security of the lock screen, the handset comes with a Knock Code. This ensures that the phone unlocks only after tapping the right combination on the display screen. The feature of customizable lock screen is there at LG G3 where the user gets access of previewing messages, accessing widgets, checking weather notifications, and contact information. Its ‘Home’ screen is quite standard and comes with many animations while you move from one window to another. Just like HTC’s Blinkfeed or Samsung’s MyMagazine, you will get Smart tips and LG Health at the left most pane.
The Guest Mode feature is quite interesting, for it enables other users to watch as much as you want. Here, the features as well as data are restricted. By default, guest(s) are able to only use features like calculator, camera, music, and photo gallery in the Guest Album. In fact, only those apps can be used that the mobile owner has approved for usage to the guest through the Allowed Apps feature. No other user can read your emails, SMSes, or even make calls until and unless you allow them to do so. Users will get easy-to-use clean multitasking menu. Interestingly, at the same time, this smartphone can show two apps on the screen. It is similar to that of the multi-windows feature of Samsung.
The multimedia experience on LG G3 is nothing but top notch. The loudspeaker is amazing and you can experience the boom sound at a pretty loud decible. It has become possible due to the fact that it comes with an 1Watt speaker. The sound quality is good but could have been better. Watching videos or movies is great. You will get TBD radio and Dolby Digital mobile enhancement feature. The alert types available in this smartphone include WAV, vibration and MP3 ringtones.
This smartphone from LG comes with a powerful 13 megapixels primary rear camera along with features such as dual-tone LED flash, OIS+ and laser-assisted autofocus. This is for the first time ever that a laser assisted autofocus has been used in a mobile handset, according to the speakers during LG G3's launch program in India. It focuses even before you bat an eyelid, essentially faster than 300 milliseconds (at 276 milli seconds). Even if you are moving, you won’t miss a steady shot, ensured by its OIS+ technology. You can capture great photos even in low light conditions with the help of LED flash at LG G3. The selfies taken by the 2.1 megapixels front faced secondary camera of this flagship device from LG are simply great, which definitely enhances the overall enjoyment quotient of the device.
When it comes to the internet support, you will get 3G and 2G facilities here. The CPU supports 4G LTE but the facility is still not available in the LG G3 versions that have been launched in India. However, analysts feel that the company will eventually upgrade it if the handsets perform great in the Indian smartphone market.
LG G3 comes in two variants on the basis of two different internal storage capacities. While one comes with 16GB of ROM, the latter comes with 32GB of ROM. In fact, the RAM capacity also differs in accordance with the internal storage capacity, for 2GB RAM is there for the 16GB LG G3 variant and 3GB RAM is there for the 32GB model.
A quad-core processor and 2GB/3GB of RAM enhance the performance of the handset and makes the device run faster. Multitasking, apps use and playing games are great on LG G3. This handset handles resource hungry games quite easily. While playing games, you will definitely watch some of the elements that were not easily noticed earlier. When we played some of the advanced games such as Asphalt 8 or Dead Trigger 2, we didn’t come across any kind of lag. Even after playing games for long hours, we didn’t find any heating problem in the handset.
The power capacity of the removable battery at LG G3 is of 3000mAh. The battery saving mode of the smartphone increases the usage hours by shutting down the unnecessary high battery consumption features, especially on its QuadHD display screen. This battery mode gets initiated automatically when the battery capacity hits the 5 percent mark. Users can increase this up to thirty percent.
LG G3 is surely one of the best smartphones available in India when it comes to connectivity. It comes with Wi-Fi support with great reception capacity, for you can use Wi-Fi even in weak signal areas. Other internet connectivity options include 3G, 2G, and NFC. Multiple data transfer capabilities are available at LG G3 and they are microUSB 2.0, Bluetooth 4.0, and infrared.
LG G3 is up against the goliaths of flagship smartphones in India such as HTC One (M8), Sony Xperia Z2 and Samsung Galaxy S5. In this section, we will compare between G3 and M8 and try to find out as to which handset is superior. The LG handset is a great looking one with minimalist design, making it simple but attractive. M8 is supposedly the best looking Android available in the market, having a flamboyant design that comes with a brushed metal body. The display screen of LG G3 is much bigger than that of the HTC device (5.5 inches over 5 inches). It has become possible due to the fact that the LG device comes with a small bezel and that’s why, the screen occupies 76% of the front side. The resolution and pixel density in the LG product is definitely higher than that of the HTC product (2560 x 1440 pixels over 1080p and 538ppi over 441ppi).
Both the devices are powered by quad-core processors (Qualcomm Snapdragon 801). While the processor in the LG device clocks at a speed of 2.5GHz, it runs at 2.3GHz in the HTC device. The RAM capacity is 2GB in both the variants (16GB and 32GB) of M8. However, in case of G3, there is 2GB of RAM in the 16GB variant and 3GB of RAM in the 32GB variant. Gaming experience and multitasking abilities are great in both the devices. The battery capacity at LG G3 is of 3000mAh but that in HTC One (M8) is of 2600mAh. While the former handset comes with a 13MP primary rear camera with OIS+ and laser autofocus features, the latter comes with a 4 UltraPixel sensor.
Both the smartphones perform great. In fact, giving a clear verdict is also very difficult. If we have to choose one, we will go with LG G3 as it has a fantastic camera with amazing features, excellent 2K screen, and a high capacity removable battery. Though the price is a bit high, we will still prefer LG G3.
July 21, 2014: LG G3 is now available in India in two variants – 16GB and 32GB. The 16GB variant is available at an official price of Rs 47,990 and the 32GB variant at Rs. 50,990. In some of the online retail shops, these handsets are available at a lesser price, around Rs. 1000 less along with many discount offers. Market analysts believe that the company will bring down the price of this product in the coming month or so. This handset has a 5.5 inches display screen having QuadHD technology, which means it sports a resolution and pixel density of 2560 x 1440 pixels and 538ppi respectively. To optimize battery consumption, the company has included a ‘Battery Mode’ along with 100% RGB coverage on the panel. A Snapdragon 801 SoC quad-core processor that clocks at a speed of 2.5GHz powers the device.
The 16GB ROM variant comes with 2GB of RAM and the 32GB ROM variant with 3GB of RAM. Users can also expand the external storage capacity by up to 128GB with the help of an external expandable microSD card slot. The camera options are simply great here. It comes with a 13MP primary camera having features such as two-tone dual LED flash, laser autofocus and OIS+. One of the greatest aspects of the laser autofocus feature is the quickness at which it focuses - they say it is faster than even batting an eyelid – for while blinking of an eyelid takes around 0.300 seconds, auto focus here is done at just 0.276 seconds. Therefore, users can practically click any picture they want, even when they are moving. The UI is less bright and definitely flatter. LG G3 comes with a Smart Keyboard that enables users to type fast and definitely customize according to the needs.
The company claims that this customization reduces input errors up to a maximum of 75%. LG G3 has pitched itself against the best flagship mobile handsets available in India such as Sony Xperia Z2, HTC One M8, and Samsung Galaxy S5. Now, it needs to be seen as to how much LG G3 can expand its market share against this stiff competition. The most important features of LG G3 are:
*The display screen has QuadHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels) with pixel density of 538ppi. The screen size is of 5.5 inches and the display encompasses 76.4 percent of the front side. It needs special mention that the QHD resolution is 4 times more than that of standard HD.
*It comes with a 13MP primary camera having laser autofocus, LED flash and OIS+ features. Also, a 2.1MP secondary front faced camera
*Most complex technologies are included in LG G3 to make it simple for users to use the device. ‘Simplicity’ is the new smart, per the device’s vision.
*Connectivity options available are 2G, 3G, Bluetooth 4.0, infrared, and NFC
*LG G3 comes with 3000mAh battery capacity along with battery saving mode
what Experts says
8Android CentralJun 3, 2014
LG G3 ReviewWelcome to the era of Quad HD
LG's new flagship heralds the era of 'Quad HD' smartphones. But do you really need more pixels than an HDTV in the palm of your hand?"It turns out theres a magic number right around 300 pixels per inch," said Steve Jobs, introducing the world to the iPhone 4 in 2010, "that when you hold something around 10 to 12 inches away from your eyes, is the limit of the human retina to differentiate the pixels."Though somewhat controversial at the time, the years that followed saw Jobs' "magic number" beco Read full Review
9CNETJun 16, 2014
The perfect flagship phone for early adopters
Editors' note: This review has been updated on July 22, 2014, with further US carrier analysis. LG has always played second fiddle to Samsung in the smartphone market, especially in Korea, but it looks like its latest flagship, the G3, could cause a major upset. Early reports from Korea show the G3 selling like hotcakes, outdoing Samsung's Galaxy S5 by three times in the initial launch period. It's not hard to see why. Unlike the Galaxy S5, which shows a more conservative approach in its design, Read full Review
9EngadgetJun 5, 2014
LG G3 review: the company's best phone yet
Bigger, higher resolution, simpler to use. That's how we described LG's latest flagship, the G3, when we finally got our hands on it last week. The headline feature is, without a doubt, that Quad HD (2,560 x 1,440) screen. I've been gazing at it intensely since the review unit landed in my hand. But, the G3's not just a one-trick pony; there's a lot going on under that "metallic skin." Good thing there's a full Engadget review here to tell you all about it. Gallery | 41 Photos LG G3 review + See Read full Review
10Pocket-LintJun 30, 2014
LG G3 review
The LG G3 follows hot on the heels of the acclaimed LG G2, a device that really pulled LG back into focus at the top-end of Android smartphones. The G2 set the bar high, a tough act to follow, especially having been on the market for less than a year before the G3 made its debut.However, the LG G3 launched with plenty of wow. Looking to strip the design glory from the HTC One M8, and hit more spec sheet highs than the Samsung Galaxy S5, the LG G3 is one of LG's biggest phones to date, both liter Read full Review