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    The LG G2 is finally official with a 5.2-inch screen, Snapdragon 800


    Abandoning the Optimus branding for its highest-end devices, today LG finally announced their latest flagship - the LG G2.



    At 5.2-inches, the LG G2 has a slightly bigger screen than the current crop of high-end smartphones. The resolution however, is the same at 1920 x 1080 px. The screen is a IPS unit with a brightness rating of 450nits. The LG G2 display uses something called Graphic RAM (GRAM) to reduce power consumption up to 26% when displaying a still image. LG claims this increases the expected overall battery life by up to 10%.



    What's particularly striking about the phone is ultra-slim bezel and the lack of any hardware keys on the front (or sides, for that matter).


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    The only hardware key is actually positioned on the back. It's actually a combo of several buttons in one. That's the power/sleep key dead center along with the volume keys. The volume keys also double as shortcuts for the camera and Quick Memo feature. The reason behind the decision to position this key here is to make handling extra large smartphones easier and less prone to dropping.


    The LG G2 is based around a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset with 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 GPU. According to Qualcomm's CEO, who appeared in stage today, the G2 is the first phone to launch on a world-wide scale with this top-shelf processor.


    The storage capacity is set at either 16GB or 32GB. Supposedly, there is a microSD slot as well, but it seems that will only be available in certain markets and the units LG brought to NYC didn't have such a thing.


    The 13MP camera is on par with the rest of the top notch hardware. It's got optical image stabilization (OIS) and can record FullHD 1080p videos in up to 60fps.


    LG has also worked hard on the quality of audio output. The phone can reproduce Hi-Fi 24 bit/192kHz. LG has also collaborated with the Vienna Boy's Choir to freshen up the available sounds and ringtones on the device.


    The LG G2 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box.


    As customary for Android flagships, the LG G2 offers several proprietary features to differentiate. You can double tap on the screen to wake it up and tap again to turn it back off. The phone will readily auto answer a call when you pick it up to your ear. There is an innovative Guest mode to secure the privacy of your data when friends want to check out your new smartphone or when you hand down your phone to your kid.
    Finally, you can get rid of a currently active app and minimize it by a three-finger swipe across the screen.


    Speaking of multi-tasking, the G2 can store your app progress in up to three different apps. The screenshotting feature can capture a whole webpage or a long email, not just the content in your viewport.


    The LG G2 also has an Infrared port that can be used to remotely control home entertainment devices by learning from their conventional remotes.
    Connectivity-wise, the LG G2 makes use of the latest generation LTE-A connectivity (up to 150Mbps), as well as dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.


    For power backup, the LG G2 relies on a 3,000mAh Li-Po battery.


    LG G2 will be available in black or white and will launch to over 130 carriers in the next eight weeks starting in South Korea, followed by North America, Europe and other key markets.

    Source http://www.gsmarena.com/the_lg_g2_is...-news-6536.php



    I dont know why these smartphones are getting bigger and bigger...around 5 years ago I bought a samsung f490 and thought 3.3 inch display is all what you need for a phone...three years back i bought the xperia x10,and I said to myself a smartphone just can't have a display bigger than this,it was huge...the galaxy s2 was out-the king of androids and 4.3inch display became the norm with most top end phones,bought the phone and said this is the perfect size for smartphone displays ...the galaxy note came out with the 5.3 inch display and a new breed came up-the 'phablets',so we thought 5 inch plus display means its a phablet...then the next generation of flagships set the new standard and 4.7inch was the benchmark,this time my new phone was the galaxy s3 and this time I felt the phone is just a bit too big for asians who are mostly around 5 and half or so.I said to myself phones just won't sell if the size exceeds this,but i was wrong again and in came the s4 and it's sales are going pretty well.And now we have the G2 with a massive 5.2 inch display,so where are we going with these phones???
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_08 View Post
    The LG G2 is finally official with a 5.2-inch screen, Snapdragon 800


    Abandoning the Optimus branding for its highest-end devices, today LG finally announced their latest flagship - the LG G2.



    At 5.2-inches, the LG G2 has a slightly bigger screen than the current crop of high-end smartphones. The resolution however, is the same at 1920 x 1080 px. The screen is a IPS unit with a brightness rating of 450nits. The LG G2 display uses something called Graphic RAM (GRAM) to reduce power consumption up to 26% when displaying a still image. LG claims this increases the expected overall battery life by up to 10%.



    What's particularly striking about the phone is ultra-slim bezel and the lack of any hardware keys on the front (or sides, for that matter).


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    The only hardware key is actually positioned on the back. It's actually a combo of several buttons in one. That's the power/sleep key dead center along with the volume keys. The volume keys also double as shortcuts for the camera and Quick Memo feature. The reason behind the decision to position this key here is to make handling extra large smartphones easier and less prone to dropping.


    The LG G2 is based around a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset with 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 GPU. According to Qualcomm's CEO, who appeared in stage today, the G2 is the first phone to launch on a world-wide scale with this top-shelf processor.


    The storage capacity is set at either 16GB or 32GB. Supposedly, there is a microSD slot as well, but it seems that will only be available in certain markets and the units LG brought to NYC didn't have such a thing.


    The 13MP camera is on par with the rest of the top notch hardware. It's got optical image stabilization (OIS) and can record FullHD 1080p videos in up to 60fps.


    LG has also worked hard on the quality of audio output. The phone can reproduce Hi-Fi 24 bit/192kHz. LG has also collaborated with the Vienna Boy's Choir to freshen up the available sounds and ringtones on the device.


    The LG G2 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box.


    As customary for Android flagships, the LG G2 offers several proprietary features to differentiate. You can double tap on the screen to wake it up and tap again to turn it back off. The phone will readily auto answer a call when you pick it up to your ear. There is an innovative Guest mode to secure the privacy of your data when friends want to check out your new smartphone or when you hand down your phone to your kid.
    Finally, you can get rid of a currently active app and minimize it by a three-finger swipe across the screen.


    Speaking of multi-tasking, the G2 can store your app progress in up to three different apps. The screenshotting feature can capture a whole webpage or a long email, not just the content in your viewport.


    The LG G2 also has an Infrared port that can be used to remotely control home entertainment devices by learning from their conventional remotes.
    Connectivity-wise, the LG G2 makes use of the latest generation LTE-A connectivity (up to 150Mbps), as well as dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.


    For power backup, the LG G2 relies on a 3,000mAh Li-Po battery.


    LG G2 will be available in black or white and will launch to over 130 carriers in the next eight weeks starting in South Korea, followed by North America, Europe and other key markets.

    Source http://www.gsmarena.com/the_lg_g2_is...-news-6536.php



    I dont know why these smartphones are getting bigger and bigger...around 5 years ago I bought a samsung f490 and thought 3.3 inch display is all what you need for a phone...three years back i bought the xperia x10,and I said to myself a smartphone just can't have a display bigger than this,it was huge...the galaxy s2 was out-the king of androids and 4.3inch display became the norm with most top end phones,bought the phone and said this is the perfect size for smartphone displays ...the galaxy note came out with the 5.3 inch display and a new breed came up-the 'phablets',so we thought 5 inch plus display means its a phablet...then the next generation of flagships set the new standard and 4.7inch was the benchmark,this time my new phone was the galaxy s3 and this time I felt the phone is just a bit too big for asians who are mostly around 5 and half or so.I said to myself phones just won't sell if the size exceeds this,but i was wrong again and in came the s4 and it's sales are going pretty well.And now we have the G2 with a massive 5.2 inch display,so where are we going with these phones???
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    I think 5 inch is definitely the Limit .. Anything bigger cant b called a "phone" ..

    These brands think.. Next gen = Mandatory bigger screen .. but they've reached the limit

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    What will be the xperia Z ultra called then??


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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    What will be the xperia Z ultra called then??
    Overdone especially with a striking 700 Euro Price. 6.4 Inch LCD and 3050mAh battery
    Last edited by Trave160; August 8th, 2013 at 04:55.

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    ^^Seems legit...


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    There is clear sign of more innovative product are coming. Every company is showing they have produced better display and assembled powerful processor. In next big smartphone I want to see even big improvement in RAM and internal space. If SAMSUNG can bring a Ram of 8GB, 5" display mobile phone with a 128GB or higher internal Space they can grab the attention of our gamer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    There is clear sign of more innovative product are coming. Every company is showing they have produced better display and assembled powerful processor. In next big smartphone I want to see even big improvement in RAM and internal space. If SAMSUNG can bring a Ram of 8GB, 5" display mobile phone with a 128GB or higher internal Space they can grab the attention of our gamer.

    Side by side android version of ubuntu will be coming next month. WOW !!
    8gb ram??? most gamers use 4gb in their gaming PC

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    @Nrzhr hh then your wait is probably coming to an end after SAMSUNG announces it's another successor Note 3. That device will have 3GB ram and a even better processor then S4.

    Keep eye on IFA event at Berlin [6-11 September 2013 ]more beautiful and amazing tech are coming.....

    http://b2b.ifa-berlin.com/en/
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    I have s3 and I do not think 5 inch display is overkill. I believe bigger screens will more and more common in the future


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    I am considering it beside HTC one to be my next smartphone.

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