The 5 Best And 5 Worst LG Phones Of All Time
Released in 2013, the LG G2 combined an attractive design with an impressive 13 MP camera and long battery life. It ticked pretty much all the boxes for a solid flagship smartphone, including featuring the then-latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, being the first American market smartphone to do so. The 5.2-inch display was another highlight, with 1080 x 1920 pixels and a pixel density of 423 PPI, one of the highest on the market at the time.
It’s also remembered for its unique rear-mounted buttons, which never caught on with the rest of the market but were surprisingly intuitive to use. The exact layout of the buttons varied slightly with different versions of the phone, and our review conceded that they took some getting used to compared to other handsets. But, once a user did get used to them, they provided an extra layer of functionality that rivals couldn’t match. The software on the G2 was also comparable to its main rivals, being both feature-rich and easy to use. It was a vast improvement over its predecessors, which had felt a little behind the times on this front, and it helped the G2 stand out as one of the premier flagships of its era.
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September 23, 2022 at 12:53PM