Top 8 Best LG Cell Phones 2017

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These 8 phones top our best LG phones lineup 2017. Our best choice is the LG V20 while our second choice is the G5. The list also includes the LG Nexus 5X and the G4.

LG is a Korean maker of a wide variety of smartphones, texting and feature phones.

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#1. The LG V20

LG V20 picture.
Average Rating:
90%


Description:

Though only LG's second V-series model, the V20 entered the market with pretty heavy artillery, a couple of which include a 5.7-inch Quad-HD-1440p Quantum IPS display crowned by an inset Second Screen (2.1-inch, 160 x 1040) that serves as a dedicated launching area for your favorite apps/functions and a 16- plus 8-megapixel dual-rear-camera setup that delivers hybrid autofocus, a 4K video-recording mode, and multiple standalone image stabilization technologies...

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#2. The LG G5

LG G5 picture.
Average Rating:
83%


Description:

This fifth edition of LG's flagship G-series tries to solve the dilemma between metal casings and replaceable batteries with its modular concept, which means that its removable base slides the battery tray out so you can replace its 2800mAh battery...

Key features:

  • 16-megapixel + 8-megapixel camera
  • 2.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (MSM8996) CPU
  • 5.3-inch IPS Quantum, In-Cell Touch display
  • Special features: Changeable battery module

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#3. The LG Nexus 5X

Photo of the LG Nexus 5X.
Average Rating:
81%


Description:

Despite being less-advanced than Huawei's Nexus 6P, the 5.2-inch Full HD (Super AMOLED) Nexus 5X does not hurt LG that much, as it still brings the Marshmallow OS (Android 6.0) powered by a hexa-core 1.8GHz processor, a 2GB RAM, and Adreno 418 graphics...

What We Like:

  • Being one of the first to run Android 6.0 outright is an obvious selling point for this Nexus edition
  • The 1.55um pixel size on its 12.3-megapixel camera claims to take in more light for brighter shots
  • The Type-C USB interface is not only reversible, it also claims to have more efficient data-handling performance

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#4. The LG G4

A picture of the LG G4.
Average Rating:
83%


Description:

Officially entering the flagship market in April 2015, the 5.5-inch IPS Quantum Quad HD LG G4 is the brand's sequel to the G3...

What We Like:

  • Its 2TB microSD support outstrips even the built-in memories of most mid-range laptops
  • Its 5.1 Lollipop OS is the latest version of Android available as of its release
  • Its Brown and Black leather options are rather classy finishes
  • With its IPS Quantum screen, the G4 potentially enables more vivid visuals compared to older LG flagships

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#5. The LG X power

LG X power picture.
Average Rating:
82%


Description:

The LG X power, a second-generation member of LG's X-series, takes its name from a massive 4100mAh battery, which is incidentally OTG-compatible, enabling it to power up less-enduring phones...

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#6. The LG Stylus 2

LG Stylus 2 picture.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

LG's 2016 Stylus 2 is a 5.7-inch HD (In-Cell Touch) phablet accompanied by a nano-coated-tip pen, which claims to be more accurate than older rubber-tipped stylus pens...

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#7. The LG K10 LTE

LG K10 LTE picture.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

The LG K10 LTE is a middle-class 5.3-inch (2.5D glass) K-series model whose specs include a 1.14GHz octa-core processor (2GB RAM) as well as an 8- or 5-megapixel selfie cam with gesture support and a selfie flash...

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#8. The LG G Flex 2

Photo of the LG G Flex2.
Average Rating:
73%


Description:

LG's G Flex series makes a 2015 comeback with the 5.5-inch G Flex2, a 64-bit 2GHz octa-core-powered model whose ultra high-end specs are sandwiched inside a curved P-OLED Full HD display and a self-healing back cover...

What We Like:

  • It is one of only a handful of smartphones that break off from the traditional boxy design with its curved P-OLED screen
  • Its 2TB maximum external memory support is higher than what average home PCs have internally
  • The self-healing back cover technology is quite an intriguing innovation from LG

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