There are a number of key features that LG is touting as new and improved this year with the G3, but none sticks out as prominently as the QHD screen. Some might think that this is four times the pixel count of an HD screen, and you’d be right to a degree.
But only if you’re talking about 720p screens – if you’re comparing the G3 to something like the Galaxy S5, that packs in two million pixels to the G3’s 3.6 million.
The G3 has 538ppi, which is equivalent to high end glossy art books, which LG used as the benchmark of sharpness to aim at.
The 13MP camera on the LG G3 is also another big talking point, both in terms of the new look to the interface and the additional technology on board.
The front 2.1MP camera is now cringingly called the ‘selfie’ camera – it seems that dreaded word is here to stay, at least for a few years. The lens is a wider angle, so you can get more friends into the photo (or more actors at the Oscars) and features clever gesture recognition to take the photo.
There is absolutely nothing not to like about the G3’s list of specifications. LG has chosen the best of everything available today, starting with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC with four CPU cores running at 2.5GHz and an Adreno 330 GPU. Two versions of the G3 will be sold; one with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, and one with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. We got the 2GB/16GB version for review, and we expect that there will be a slight performance improvement with the more expensive model.
There’s Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, FM radio, A-GPS with GLONASS and NFC.
The best price for LG G3 is 37500 on 10th December .