The LG G2 phone is the powerful new mobile phone from LG, a must-have for mobile aficionados who want to experience the technical ability and aesthetic design of the latest LG offering. Just a brief glimpse at the LG G2 phone reveals that it's work of art, but it's when you look deeper into this new design's specifications that you'll see the real worth.
First up, the LG G2 phone uses a 4G network. This can offer you five or six times the speeds that you may have experienced with a 3G phone, making it perfect for streaming content and loading Internet pages. You'll be able to upload your own content far more quickly as well, letting you share your world with friends and family in the blink of an eye. 4G network coverage is quickly expanding as telephone companies take advantage of this new technology and the demand that's pushing it.
The hardware driving this phone is impressive to say the least - a 2.26GHz quad core Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of ram is more than enough for whatever purpose you might want to set your mobile to. Accompanied by the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system, it's a powerful package of technical specs. The battery should see you talking, snapping and sharing for up to eighteen hours of activity - it simply has a better design of battery than many other smartphones. The 13 megapixel camera and 2.1 megapixel front camera let you catch a slice of the world around you at an incredible level of detail.
All of which is to say that, with the new LG G2 phone, you're getting some serious hardware that will go at incredible speed and make you more connected than ever before. That aside, though, the phone you'll be physically holding in your hand is itself a little masterpiece. Lightweight and with a high screen resolution, it's a pleasure to handle and interact with. Rather than cluttering the front of the phone with keys and buttons, LG have shifted them all round to the back instead - freeing up all that space around the screen so that it can be even larger. This clever piece of design doesn't hamper your handling of the LG G2 phone, though - if anything, using the buttons and keys is now even easier, especially when you're on the move. The result is a fine piece of aesthetic design that really amplifies what's so appealing about smartphones while maximizing the efficiency of space and form that the LG G2 phone really is a great exemplar of.
The whole package of the LG G2 phone is a very appealing one. You're getting an energy-efficient device. The long battery life is in part due to the simple efficiency of some of the powerful hardware nestled away inside, like the Snapdragon processor. You're getting a device that can handle all the demands you and your modern life may place on it. 4G connectivity ensures rapid downloads and uploads, and the inbuilt camera features all sorts of mechanisms and innovations to give you great pictures every time. Finally, you're getting a phone that looks great, has minimised clutter and generally pushed the design of smartphones forwards another step. What's not to like?