LG Optimus G Review

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LG-Optimus-G-9232-650x430

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8 Comments to LG Optimus G Review

  1. (sing the Optimus G for about 2 weeks now switched from an iPhone 4, and I have to say this phone is extremely impressive. Doesn’t feel as a awkward as I thought with such a huge display. Speaking of the display its beautiful, and the battery life is acceptable once LTE is turned off (I only turn it on when I’m downloading large files), camera is very poor but everything else iis perfect I love this phone

  2. Great article.. Im well versed in the ways of the Optimus G, so personally I could relate to everything you said and I understood the context of many of your points, but to someone who is coming in for a first look at the phone you put a little too much emphasis on the negatives of the phones and not enough on its over OS performance and usability, how smooth using the phone is etc.

  3. Nadeem Memon

    Is AT&T display is wider then Sprint optimus G ? i am just asking about screen width not total phone width with bezel thankx

    • No its the exact same phone except for the frame.
      Same display same everything except the plastic housing.

  4. Michael Collazo

    Horrible article. Too many issues to list. Display is 4.7″, it runs 4.04 for now, the battery is one of its strong points. It lasts much longer than the One X I traded. Eco mode works fine without tradeoff. Its the same as what graphic cards do on PC’s to conserve battery. Its a good thing. It automatically adjusts the cores when not needed. The build quality is also a plus. Its a premier build.

    • James Pikover

      That was an error in typing, which has now been corrected. The differences between the two are, as the review stated, pretty slim, but the aesthetic difference and overall feel are enough to make the AT&T model a half-point worse than the Sprint/world model.

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