'The LG G2's display is very bright, and it's certainly very readable in bright daylight.'
'It's thin enough to fit into your pocket without too much fuss. .'
'Text on the G2 looks incredibly sharp, and it makes for a really great viewing experience.'
'The display remains cool to the touch.'
'Lower screen res than rivals.'
'Night shots are devastatingly noisy, and contrast issues plight shots in even the most ideal of lighting set ups.'
'Mixed battery performance.'
'Bad. Buttons on rear.'
'Expansive curved display.'
'It is unable to properly display block colours, and is riddled with what looks like moire noise throughout the entire display.'
'A big screen is great if you want to watch a lot of video content and similar but in everyday use the G Flex is cumbersome and unwieldy.'
'Poor call quality.'
'While the bezels around the screen are small, the display itself is a very comfortable 4.7 inches in size and is an IPS display meaning that viewing angles are largely superb. '
'viewing angles are pretty good and the display has good colour saturation.'
'The low resolution results in a display that lacks the pin-sharp clarity of its larger sibling or indeed the Moto G. '
'LG AKA is powered by the dated Snapdragon 400 chipset, which packs a quad-core Cortex-A7 processor running at 1.2GHz, Adreno 305 GPU and 1.5GB of RAM. '
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