LG Phone Reviews

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Choosing a new smartphone is no small task, so you must take your time and select the model that best suits your needs. Here are some tips to help you make the right decision.

LG G5

During Mobile World Congress, LG pulled out all the stops with its LG G5. Its modular design and curved glass screen make it easy to see why LG is a contender in the new flagship phone category.

LG is one of the first smartphone makers to use a full metal unibody, and the results are impressive. The LM201b alloy is patent-pending and incorporates an aluminum layer and an antenna band. The resulting device isn’t overwhelmingly heavy, but it does feel well-built.

The LG G5 also features a curved glass screen similar to the Samsung Galaxy S7 family. In addition, the phone also features an always-on display mode that can show icons of the latest notifications. This is probably the most impressive feature of the G5, but it also contributes to about 1% of the battery’s consumption per hour.

LG also has a modular design, which means you can swap out the battery and replace it with a new one. And if you’re looking to save some cash, you can opt for a microSD card slot, which means you can easily upgrade your handset without having to shell out for a new one.

LG Optimus G

Optimus G is a high-end Android smartphone from LG. Its 4.7-inch screen is an impressive feature that makes this device a good choice. The display is a Full HD IPS+ color display with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. It is capable of producing 16.7 million colors.

LG’s Optimus G will go up against the likes of the iPhone 5, HTC One X+, and HTC One X. It’s also set to go up against a slew of other new smartphones in the coming weeks. LG has a good chance of taking the lead in this smartphone battle. It’s the first smartphone to feature a quad-core Snapdragon processor. It also runs a stock version of Android called Ice Cream Sandwich.

Optimus G also has a 3.5mm headset jack on the top. The Optimus G’s screen has a 15:9 aspect ratio and a black monoblock chassis. It’s also got a patent-pending LED flash.

Optimus G has a quad-core Krait CPU and 1.5 GHz of speed. It also features a next-generation Adreno 320 GPU.

LG G8 ThinQ

Despite being the smallest phone LG has ever produced, it has many features. For instance, it has a vibrating speaker. And the OLED display is capable of turning into a speaker. This means you’ll have better call quality.

LG G8 ThinQ also has a unique AF system. As a result, it can accurately target exposures even in backlit settings. The camera features an f/1.9 aperture, a wide-angle lens, and optical image stabilization.

LG G8 ThinQ is also equipped with an IP68 rating for water resistance. It can survive up to 1.5 meters underwater.

LG G8 ThinQ features a 32-bit Hi-Fi quad DAC for high-end audio. It also has Bluetooth 5 with aptX HD.

LG G8 ThinQ features an innovative Hand ID biometric authentication feature. It works with the time-of-flight “Z Camera” front sensor to perform touch-free gestures. It also recognizes the layout of the veins in your palm.

LG G8 ThinQ is capable of wireless charging. It’s also rated IP68 for dust and water resistance. It also has an expandable storage option.

LG Shine CU720

CU720 is a mobile phone from LG with quad-band GSM world phone capabilities and a 2.0-megapixel camera. It also features integrated Bluetooth and a microSD card slot for expanding your storage. AT&T released this phone in June 2007.

The LG Shine CU720 is a slider-style phone. It has a 2.2-inch mirror LCD. The mirror finish is reflective when the phone is idle. However, it is easy to scratch. It is also a bit thick. It has a 900 mAh removable battery. The battery can provide up to 3 hours of talk time. The battery life is estimated to last for about ten days on standby.

The LG Shine is available in two different colors. The gold version is priced at $199, and the silver version is priced at $200. The phone is also available on CDMA carriers.

The LG Shine CU720 has an attractive design. It has smooth stainless steel accents and a polished metal body. It is a slider-style phone that measures 3.93 inches in height and is 1.99 inches wide. It also has a flat number keypad with a backlight. The keys are similar to those found on the Motorola RAZR.

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