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LG Mobiles is a Japanese company and a division of LG electronics, offering CDMA phones, GSM phones, WCDMA phones and more.

LG phones implement state-of-the-art technology and their market proffers touch screen phones, Multimedia phones, Dual SIM phones and also low end, budget friendly basic phones; marketed by carriers like Sprint phones, T-Mobile, Verizon phones and AT&T.

LG smart phones are also in great demand with their most popular line being the LG Optimus, featuring android 4.0; LG Google Nexus features Android 4.2, while other models also run on Gingerbread. The best LG phones are Full HD with 6 megapixel or higher cameras, excellent audio and are a great option for professional use as well as multimedia entertainment.

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LG G5

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LG G5
LG Nexus 5X
LG V10
LG G4
LG K7 LTE
LG G5
LG Nexus 5X
LG V10
LG G4
LG K7 LTE
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Release Date
Mar 2016
Oct 2015
Nov 2015
May 2015
May 2016
Digital Camera Resolution
16.0 MP
12.3 MP
16.0 MP
16.0 MP
5.0 MP
Installed RAM (GB)
4.0 GB
2.0 GB
4.0 GB
3.0 GB
1.5 GB
Screen Size(Diagonal)
5.3 inch
5.2 inch
5.7 inch
5.5 inch
5.0 inch
Front Webcam Resolution
8.0 MP
5.0 MP
5.0 MP
8.0 MP
5.0 MP
Processor Type
Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo, 2.15GHz  quad-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
Quad-core 1.44 GHz Cortex-A53 & dual-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57
Quad-core 1.44 GHz Cortex-A53 & dual-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57
Dual-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57 & quad-core 1.44 GHz Cortex-A53
Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 (3G model), Quad-core 1.1 GHz Cortex-A7 (LTE model), 1.1GHz  quad-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 210
Battery Capacity
2800.0 mAh
2700.0 mAh
3000.0 mAh
3000.0 mAh
2125.0 mAh
Operating System
Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow), Android 6.0.1
Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)
Android OS, v5.1.1 (Lollipop)
Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)
Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop), Android 5.1
Carrier
Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT-T
T-Mobile, Verizon
AT-T, T-Mobile, Verizon

  • Question marks hang over this phone’s modular capabilities, but that aside this is still a high quality smartphone with plenty to recommend it


  • With an improved battery swapping system, the LG G5 isn't a bad phone, per se. But various other features probably looked better in the R&D lab than they do in real life.


  • At the end of the review process, we're feeling kind of empty in that we can't quite place our finger on what it is that isn't feeling exactly right with the G5. Objectively, it's a competent flagship and even a decent improvement over its predecessor in some ways, but it feels like it's just way too round in character.


  • This year alone, we’ve seen several smartphones that redefined the value of what a smartphone should offer. From the super affordable ones priced below the $200 mark, such as the Moto G (2015) and Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3 4.7-inch, to the ‘low-cost premium’ phones in the $350 to $450 range, we really have to think about what the $379-priced Google Nexus 5X has to offer over the competition.Firstly, it’s a Nexus device, which means that it offers the purest interpretation of what an Android phone should be.


  • The unlocked Google Nexus 5X is an affordable plastic alternative to the larger Nexus 6P that trades its premium for better one-handed use.


  • You can operate Google's compact Nexus 5X with one hand – and it has a smaller price, too, compared with the metal Nexus 6P. Its fingerprint sensor and USB-C port take some getting used to, but it's ultimately a future-proofed phone everywhere but its memory.


  • The battle for the phablet crown continues. Samsung and Apple have already secured the largest chunks of the market to them, but LG seems committed to becoming a major force in the extra-large segment as well. The G Pro didn't quite work out as planned, but the V10 is a new beginning for the company's ambitions.It's loaded with features, it literally doubles the screen and the front-facing camera; it has it all, even an IR blaster, replaceable battery and microSD slot – features its rival, Samsung, recently left behind.

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    The LG V10 is an intriguing phone, thanks to its sliver of a second screen at the top and dual front cameras. The real benefits are the removable battery, microSD slot and 4GB of RAM, but the design isn't refined and it's going to be pricey.


  • LG’s V10 has the best smartphone camera we’ve ever used.


  • - Reports suggest phones packing the Snapdragon 810 suffer from overheating issues and poor battery performance – something we’ve experienced first-hand ourselves.
    - The screen is bright too.
    - On top of that it doesn’t get hot, even after a decent bout of 3D gaming.
    - It has good heft without being too heavy, and it doesn’t creak when put under stress.


  • The LG G4 might not be the loudest and jazziest thing in the world but it is a solid handset that does everything you’d expect and a whole lot more. Pick one up and use it for a week or two and you’ll know what I’m talking about. This handset, like its predecessor, is one of the best Android phones money can buy right now.


  • LG's 2015 flagship has a lot going for it, including a lovely pair of cameras and a screen that promises to be the most accurate on the market. As solid as the G4 is, though, it feels more like an iterative update than what LG really needs: a truly exciting flagship smartphone.


  • The good battery life and design aside, it falls short on pretty much every count. Then there's the price -  at Rs. 9,500, it's simply too expensive to even consider when you have phones like the Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus, Coolpad Note 3, and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, all of which perform better and are less expensive. Just like the K10 LTE, LG needs to correct the price of the K7 LTE and match it with phones that share its feature-set.