LG's G2 has a stunning specification and an innovative design.
Looking for a high-end smartphone ? Then you might be interested in the LG G2 which was officially unveiled by the Korean company yesterday. It's the first LG smartphone to launch without the Optimus branding and is their new flagship mobile.
The headline grabbing feature is the new innovative design, which sees the LG G2's physical buttons moved to the back of the device. Enabling you to control the volume, open applications and even take pictures using the "Rear Key" button, making it easier to use with one-hand and reducing the risk of dropping the mobile.
LG's G2 has a huge 5.2 inch full HD IPS display (1920*1080 pixels) , giving it a pixels-per-inch (PPI) rating of 423. It's the largest display in the world that can be used with one-hand - made possible by it's super-thin 2.65mm bezel. LG make some of the best displays in the world, having produced the Retina displays for Apple's iPhone and iPad range.
Power-packed doesn't even begin to describe the LG G2 .. it's got an industry-leading 2.26 GHz quad-core processor backed up by 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 GPU. That'll enable it to zoom around Android 4.2.2 and makes it one of the best mobile gaming devices on the planet.
It's not just the processor which is fast because the LG G2 supports 4G LTE. Three have already confirmed they'll be stocking the smartphone offering it with unlimited Ultrafast data and a free upgrade to 4G later in the year. All this power and performance demands a good battery and thankfully LG have included a 3000 mAh battery.
Cameras have become increasingly important over the last few months with the launch of Nokia Lumia 1020 and Galaxy S4 Zoom. LG's G2 includes a stunning 13 mega-pixel snapper with optical-image-stabilisation and a front-facing 2.1 mega-pixel camera for video-calling.
The LG G2 will launch in the UK in October and will be priced around £500.