Sprint LG G2 Review
Life is Good, and it just got better if you’re an Android fan. Our friends at Sprint let the Mushy Mamma, that’s me test out the LG G2 (full price 549.99), and I have to admit, I really don’t want to give it back.
Now I’m not a Android geek, but I currently use a Samsung Galaxy SIII and love it.
The LG G2 is thin, light, fast, and has a thin bezel which means it’s almost all screen (5.2 inches).
It took me a moment to get used to the power/standby and volume buttons which are on the back of the phone instead of the top or side, but other than that using it is a breeze.
The phone features some cool voice activation features including voice commands that allow you to take photos hands free. Want to take a selfie? (I am not into selfies but they are quite popular) Just say “cheese!” and the phone snaps a picture.
The battery is amazing. I don’t even remember having to charge it. It keeps going, and I haven’t had a battery is dying moment yet.
The screen is nice and bright. The LG G2 takes stunning 1080p video and boasts a 13-megapixel camera so you won’t miss any special moments.
I have to admit, my husband and I have been fighting over this phone. He’s a video geek and has been going crazy shooting videos with it. He even connected it to a tripod and a microphone up to it to show people how easy it is to make a good mobile video with an Android phone.
The phone also comes with an built in editing app that works pretty well. It allows you to edit a sequence together and add some basic titles without much hassle at all.
The LG G2 is a beast, but don’t take my word for it.
Disclosure: Sprint provided me with a Demo phone to test out, in order to write this review. No compensation was received, all opinions and words expressed are my own.