LG has left no stone unturned to give its consumers the ultimate in smart phones. It has involved the latest technologies and global partners to present the LG Optimus G that has a decidedly sleek model and advanced performance.
The LG Optimus G is the first among smartphones to be having a Snapdragon S4 processor and a Krait Quad-core CPU. It has a 4.7-inch HD display to give you best viewing experience. The 1.5GHz processor has an internal memory of 32GB and 2GB RAM. The Pixel density is 318ppi, and this is just after Apple’s iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia. The screen resolution yet is higher than the Samsung galaxy and HTC One X and is impressive.
Pros and cons
The processor of the LG Optimus G is extremely fast together with the 4G connectivity making it even faster. A high-resolution camera of 13 Megapixels gives your life like quality of images. The battery life is also smart enough. It weighs merely 145g, and its dimensions are 131x69x8.5mm approximately.
However, there is no Micro SD card slot meaning that you cannot increase the memory. The keyboard is also of extremely poor quality, and not meeting with the consumers’ expectations. Certain questions are arising regarding the battery life too, and many feel the battery as in the Optimus 4Xhd, may not be good enough even for a day’s use.
The verdict is that LG Optimus G is impressive and promises that the Australian 4G networks work with it. In spite of its drawbacks, the LG Optimus is indeed a promising smartphone that is here to stay. Of course, it has been able to impress its consumers with the powerful performance, productivity, and sleek looks. Overall, it is worth to purchase this impressive device in spite of having some minor flaws.
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