LG E975 Optimus G

  • LG E975 Optimus G
80
Based on 103 scores, 266 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    31
  • Good:
    53
  • Average:
    13
  • Bad:
    6

Pros:

  • Build quality.
  • SoC performance.
  • LTE module.

Cons:

  • No Full HD display.
  • Non removable battery.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Good Gear Guide on

LG has largely played in the low-end smartphone space in Australia, but that will soon change in early 2013 when it launches the Optimus G . It's a 4G-capable smartphone that will work on the 1800MHz LTE bands used by Telstra and Optus Down Under and is...

By letsgomobile.org/en on 81

W ith the Optimus G, the South Korean manufacturer LG has introduced a high-end smartphone to the market that is (now) less expensive than most competitors are. The LG Optimus G is for sale at a price of around €400 without a subscription. Thanks...

By PC Authority on 67

Last year's Nexus 4 was in many ways a revelation, one of the best smartphones on the market and a true surprise from LG. Until then the company had been heavily focused on the prepaid, budget smartphone market, and the Nexus 4 was our first look at what...

By Good Gear Guide on

LG's Optimus LTE2 is the first Android smartphone to include 2GB of RAM. It also comes with a 4.7in HD screen and wireless charging capabilities. Fingers crossed we eventually see it in...

By fatducktech.com on

The past couple of months have seen a dizzying array of “hero” smartphones hit the Australian marketplace. They're all around the same kinds of price points outright or on contract, so which one should you pick? This week: LG's Optimus G, a smartphone...

By NotebookCheck on 88

The Optimus G in review - with a convincing result. The latest smartphone from South Korean manufacturer LG shows strong similarities to the Google Nexus 4 , both visually and technically . That is not really surprising since LG is also the manufacturer...

By InsideHW on

LG Optimus G: Better than Nexus 4? LG Optimus G comes in a luxury white box of a surprisingly high quality, with just a silver G on the front and the LG logo at the top. The inside is filled with standard goodies like the charger (with a detachable...

By delimiter.com.au on

The Optimus G is a much better smartphone than other own-branded models which LG has produced recently. It's featureset is very high-end, it performs excellently (with the exception of its camera), and in general it's definitely in the class of...

By productfeedback.com.au on

Full Phone Specifications:2G – GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 19003G – HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 21004G Network - LTE 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600SIM – Micro-SimDimensions – 5.19 x 2.71 x 0.33 inchesWeight – 145gDisplay – 4.7 inch /768 x 1280 / 318 ppi pixel...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Optimus G is a very good smartphone. It's responsive and has a user-friendly interface with tons of features. The camera and sound may not break any records, but they do the trick. And while the specs aren't at the top of the list for this year,...

By TechRadar AU on 80

On its own merits, the LG Optimus G is an accomplishment. It hails a return to form for LG after numerous smartphone failures, and if this were last year, it would be a home-run, for sure. But, it's not last year, and as LG finds its feet with the...

By businessspectator.com.au on

LG has so far played a small role in the overall Australian mobile industry but with the LG Optimus G the South Korean conglomerate is clearly aiming higher.Historically, LG has been nothing more than a supplier of prepaid phones in Australia, however,...

By ConsumerSearch on

Bottom LinePacked with a powerful quad-core processor, fast 4G LTE data capabilities, and a high-resolution display, the LG Optimus G for Sprint and AT&T is LG's best smartphone to date, say experts. Though both handsets are similar, Sprint's model...

By ausdroid.net on

The Optimus G is a very likeable phone, based simply on its performance. The phone's software doesn't get in the way of using it, and the optimisations that LG has included at both the system and application level mean that it is a pleasure to use. While...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Poor battery life and the lack of a microSD card slot are downsides, but the 4G-capable Optimus G is fast, well-designed and has some handy software features. It's definitely LG's best smartphone...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

LG’s Optimus G is the company’s first major swing at the premium smartphone market in years. While LG has been , it has also been working to make devices that people would consider over the Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, and any other brand and...

By Smarthouse on 90

LG has produced a smartphone that straddles the cutting edge in software and hardware. With its supreme functionality and its innovative feature-set, the Optimus G will help establish LG as a brand not to be reckoned with in the mobile space. Click to...

By Channel News Australia on 90

LG has spent years putting together the Optimus G flgaship in a bid to lead the smartphone market, but is the Optimus G competitive enough to fend off rivals from Samsung, HTC, Sony and...

By CNET Australia on 80

This Telstra exclusive is the best LG phone on the market due to its zippy processor, lovely display and 13-megapixel...

By firstpost.com on 70

The LG Optimus G is available for a street price of roughly Rs 31,000, which is quite competitive considering the Samsung Galaxy S III is priced similarly. The Optimus G is definitely one hell of a feature-packed smartphone and has the raw power to...