2014 was a big year for flagship smartphones, as all the major manufacturers launched brand-new models. But LG's G3 was the cream of the crop, according to Gizmodo Australia.
"Not only was it practically perfect in every way, it was also quite affordable, and remains to be great value for money in the second-half of 2014 against the Galaxy Notes and iPhone 6s of the phone world," wrote Gizmodo AU's Luke Hopewell (Dec. 8).
"Itís well specced with its quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, and LGís emphasis on quality when it came to both the hardware and the software was second to none. Most impressive of all was its new screen. Itís a 5.5-inch QHD panel, which means that itís a packing a resolution of 2560◊1440, and an insane 538 pixels per inch. Thatís almost unheard of in a phone these days. I didnít want to look away from the panel once I started playing high-res video."