LG surprised the smartphone world in 2013 when it released its original G2 device.
Featuring an innovative, previously unseen, design that placed the phone's home, power and volume buttons on its back, and the use of top-end internal components, the G2 was one of last year's most innovative handsets.
One year on LG has returned with a redesigned G3 that, while keeping the G2's rear button placement, offers radically improved internal specifications.
Key additions include a 5.5in 2560x1440, 538ppi Quad HD display, advanced 13MP camera with Optical Image Stabilizer Plus and Laser Autofocus, and an improved quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor.
LG claims the improved components offer imaging quality and performance on a par with, or superior to, all competing top-end handsets, including the the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Apple iPhone 5S.
O2 has confirmed that it will stock the G3 in early July, although there is currently no word on price. Check back with V3 later for a full review of the LG G3.
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