• LG G2 D802
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The LG G2 is the company's flagship Android handset and spiritual successor to the Google Nexus 4. It packs a 5.2" display with a 1,080 x 1,920 resolution and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU clocked at 2.26GHz, 2GB of RAM, option for 16GB or 32GB of internal flash, a 13 MP rear camera with image stabilization, a 2.1 MP front-facing shooter and a hefty 3,000mAh battery.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 85

LG has jam-packed nearly every feature you can imagine into the G2, from a powerful Qualcomm Snadpdragon 800 SoC and a 1080p display, to an optically stabilized camera and finely tuned software. LG has clearly thrown everything they can into this device, but does it stand above the rest of the flagship pack?

By Phone Arena on -

Proving itself to be one of the most outstanding Android smartphones launched over the past holiday season, the LG G2 isn’t one to let down a good fight, especially when it’s against a newer rival that’s looking to supplant it from the its top...

By LanOC Reviews on -

Now that I have covered my experience with the G2 as well as its performance stats, has my opinion of the phone changed from when it came in? Well yes, in both good and bad ways. When the G2 came in I had heard about its good battery life but I was...

By Phone Arena on -

To say that the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is a remarkable device would be a huge understatement. It is a phone that boldly breaks the status quo among Android high-ends – a phone the very existence of which proves that a top-notch Android device can...

By Know Your Mobile on 80

LG has had to play second fiddle to many other Android hardware makers in recent years, but by working with Google on the popular Nexus 4, the company is clearly on the rise. The G2 is an accomplished and likeable handset that is well specced, provides...

By Engadget on 87

A combination of high-level specifications and great battery life make the G2 one of the best flagship Android phones out there. However, those rear-facing buttons won't be for...

By gadgetsteria.com on -

Where the Nexus 5 is the pure Android enthusiasts crown jewel of 2013 and the latest iteration of what the perfect (mobile) Google experience is, the LG G2 is what a true spec hound is after. While it is indeed far from pure Android and marred by a...

By Phone Arena on -

You’d think they would have a new offering to compete against other recent phablet releases this holiday season, but Korean based LG has yet to unveil one – surprising to say the least, especially when everyone has something on the table. Then again,...

By TweakTown on 90

For a while, I've been writing in my news that LG would become a serious contender in the Android smartphone space, something that the market needs. Right now, we have Samsung and HTC, the former pushing out countless Galaxy devices - with huge success...

By Phone Arena on -

If you’ve been keeping a close eye on our news feed, then you might have noticed that the Google Nexus 5 has been getting quite a lot of attention as of late. And that should come as no surprise since the handset is pretty great, as we concluded in...

By Phone Arena on -

The HTC One max is a gigantic 5.9-inch phone with the signature HTC One touches - an aluminum back cover, UltraPixel camera and two large front-facing stereo speakers. Big and beautiful, we now compare it against another device that is also relatively...

By mashable.com on -

It's funny how quickly we get used to ergonomic paradigms. What I mean is, we quickly got used to a smartphone's On/Off button being on the top or right side with the volume button on the left side. Lord help the handset maker who screws with this...

By theregister.co.uk on -

If you can live with the fixed battery and equally fixed storage, the G2 is a rather impressive bag of tricks. It's surprisingly small and svelte for something with a 5.2-inch screen and that screen is a very good example of the breed. The battery is...

By Phone Arena on -

And so begins the reign of the latest Nexus smartphone, the aptly named Google Nexus 5, which like its predecessor, has that killer one-two punch with its affordable cost and impressive set of hardware. As we all know, though, the Nexus 5 reads very...

By CoolSmartphone on -

Just how bad is the LG skin? Is it worse than TouchWiz? How is that button on the back? That’s what people say to me when the see I’ve got the LG G2. The LG G2 is one of the most unique devices of recent times and as I’ve had one for a few weeks now...

By fatducktech.com on -

LG tries something different with the G2, but with the just-announced Nexus 5 , the reasons to put up with its difference pretty much evaporate.LG's G2 does a lot right. For a start, it's quite a technical powerhouse, with a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon...

By itproportal.com on 90

The inability to add extra storage is a real downer, and a very unfortunate decision by LG. I'm not a fan of the slightly budget feel of the G2's backplate either – a more premium finish might have done better in the style wars. That said, there's loads...

By CNET Australia on 87

If you're willing to live with some minor design compromises, you can't go wrong with LG's ultra-fast...

By GadgetReview on 81

An absurdly powerful phone with a beautiful 1080p display, the G2 is a great choice that pushes...

By What Mobile on 76

As you get used to the LG G2 you may find yourself asking “why isn’t this thing bigger?”No, we don’t mean literally bigger, as the 5.2 inch display has more than enough space for any task you could ask of a smartphone. But it’s evident that, in the G2,...