Along with the G2, apparently the LG took many cues from its Korean complement and built, what most mentioned a Galaxy S4 twin. This device is large in size, which is made of many plastic, shaped similarly and it jam packed along with more contents then a single person can handle.
Throughout its New York City presentation, I was a bit puzzled at what LG decided to bring up as the G2’s important contents. The primary and most important is the placement of the power button and the volume control buttons.
The LG Company went to better lengths to describe how it was listening to customer and watching their usage patterns. By some means it all directed to the awkward placement of those keys, including with some other things the device can do.
Going directly into what supports this device and turns it out purr, you are going to primarily notice a 5.2 inch 1920×1020 display, which provides us a 424ppi density and means it yet maintains pace along with likes of the Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2.
Under the hood this device comes with chipset inside is a 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 and as far as processing power, apparently the LG G2 is in no short supply.
The internal memory storage of this device comes in 16GB and 32GB variants, along with 2GB RAM backing up that meaty processor, whereas for the connectivity options this device comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, an IR blaster on the top of the G2 and 4G LTE.