Hey guys, we all want our gadgets to be beautiful, smart, fast and durable or in other words to make most out of the budget we have for a device. Well in today’s video review I think I have a good suggestion. This is LG Optimus G.
LG has put Gorilla Glass 2 cover all over the front and back panel
The design can be described as minimalistic and shiny. The case is plastic but LG have put Gorilla Glass 2 cover all over the front and back panel as well. That not only makes the chassis durable but sleek and chic as well. Maybe the biggest disadvantage is that the surface has become quite slippery but of course not a lot more than most smartphones. The Optimus G comes in black and white versions.
The most distinctive design feature is the absence of a physical home button on the front of the device. When we wake up the phone from the power button on the right side the three touch-sensitive menu keys appear on the bottom.
A quad-core 1.5GHz processor is combined with 4G LTE connectivity
The quad-core 1.5GHz processor on board in combination with the fast 4G LTE connectivity pass the performance test with an excellent result during the multitasking tests. The 2GB of RAM provide plenty of system memory so that even intensive applications run smoothly. Talking about memory the internal storage available on this model is plenty – 32GB. Of course it can be increased via the micro SD card slot. However, the SD card reader is available on all but the Sprint version of the device.
The 2GB of RAM provide plenty of system memory so that even intensive applications run smoothly
The battery unit in the LG Optimus G has a 2100mAh capacity which can be converted into around 10 hours of power supply during increased use. The battery unit is a non-removable one.
But why not describe the display performance with numbers. The 4.7 inch True HD IPS LCD screen delivers 318ppi pixel density. The screen resolution has been increased along the width with a few more pixels. Thus the picture comes in the not very common 1280×768 pixel resolution.
4.7 inch True HD IPS LCD screen delivers 318ppi pixel density
In terms of brightness and sharpness the display panel performs great even when you are looking at it in direct sunlight thanks to the 470 nits brightness. The hardware component responsible for the visual performance on the LG Optimus G is Adreno 320. The Near Field Communication feature is present here.
The base camera quality can be either 8MP or 13MP which is market-dependent. It comes of course with autofocus, LED flash, image stabilization and HDR mode. The secondary front camera unit is a 1.3MP one.
Android v4.1.2 is in charge of the work processes on board.