LG G3 Hands-on – The First Look & Initial Impressions on the LG’s 2014 Flagship

LG G3, the current flagship device from LG for this year is easily one of the best smartphones that we have in the current market. The LG G3 was announced last month and was made available earlier in this month, but not in every market. The variant we have with us, is the Korean variant. This beast boasts a Quad HD display on its 5.5 inch screen that in turn givens a whooping pixel density of 538 ppi. The screen of this device is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass version 3 and has a metallic look on its back that look so elegant in the hand but the metallic look doesn’t make it any heavier as it is just 149 grams.

Well LG has been following its trend of mounting its buttons at the back instead of the traditional side buttons and it is the same in the case of this flagship device also. Many had issues with these rear mounted buttons that protruded out and was making it difficult to carry this device in pocket as they were picky and uneven when placed on the desk, so LG has noted this point hand pushed these rear buttons a tad inside making it more comfortable.

LG G3 Front Screen

Talking about the design of the device, it looks very premium with its metallic finish and also has very thin bezels. There are on-screen buttons and nothing to the side. At the back there is a 13 MP sensor and dual LED flash. At the back, we can find the speaker at the bottom and LG’s branding apart from the LTE logo at the center.

LG G3 Hands-on Back

Going with the spec, The LG G3 is powered by a Snapdragon 801 quad core processor coupled with 3 GB of RAM and Adreno 330 GPU. The back cover of the device can be removed and so does the battery that is at 3000 mAh. The most important prospect is the 4K display we see, but we couldn’t find much difference until you have something such high resolution. Moreover we also spotted that there is a huge change in the interface of the device that is beautiful enough but will make it little harder for the initial use if you have used its predecessor, LG G2. The UI is made simpler and easier and you can also see many differences starting with the Knock code feature.

LG G3 Back Buttons

Another big thing that we noticed in the device is in its 13 MP camera that came with the Laser Autofocus feature. Using the this feature was real fun as we found that the shutter speed was really fast and the response time was very minute giving perfect pictures of even the moving objects. We will be coming forward with complete review of this camera that will be very interesting.

This is the First look of the LG G3 and we would be coming with the complete review of this flagship device after using it for few more days. So what do you feel about this device? Drop your comments and queries below.

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