Top 10 Best LG Cell Phones 2014
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This week, the LG Optimus Exceed 2, G3 and G2 are our recommendation for best LG phones. The first one is a Android smartphone, the second one a 5.5-inch phablet phone and the third one, a phablet.
#1. The LG Optimus Exceed 2
An Android 4.4 KitKat model featuring the Knock Code, Guest Mode and Q-slide multitasking app -- the same mix found on other 2014 LG releases. The LG Optimus Exceed 2 sports a multi-functional 5-megapixel camera, which is somehow a standard feature among middle class Androids. It could potentially outlast the first Exceed phone, as it uses a 2100mAh SiO+ battery. It did retain some features from the first model including processing power (1.2GHz) and display resolution (800 x 400), with a slight drawback on on-board memory.
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#2. The LG G3
Sitting among the royals of 2014 smartphones, the LG G3 is an Android 4.4 KitKat boasting an array of high-level features. It runs on a 2.5GHz quad-core engine, doubling up the market average in processing speed in theory. It also boasts an up-to-2TB memory expansion and a 3000mAh wireless-charging-capable battery, both among the highest capacities out there. Fronting it is a 5.5-inch Quad HD touchscreen matched by a 13-megapixel OIS camera on the back. LG adds contrast to this phone by equipping it with a simple UI, as their "simple is the new smart" slogan suggests.
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#3. The LG G2
Packed with a slew of innovations here and there, the LG G2 starts with a 13-megapixel camera (with various functions, such as voice capture) and a video recorder capable of up to 60 frames per second. It also has its control buttons on the back cover (apparently to avoid mistakenly pressing them when grabbing the phone by its sides) and, with its 5.2-inch display, makes it to the phablet class. 22GB of memory are available to the user.
#4. The LG G Flex
LG´s first curved and bendable smartphone features a rear cover with a self-healing coating, a flexible 6-inch 720p P-OLED display, and a 3500mAh battery that is reportedly the first curved one in the world. It is powered by a quad-core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, runs on the Android 4.2.2 operating system, sports a 13-megapixel camera that can take UHD (3840 x 2160) videos at 60 frames per second, and has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage memory (but no memory expansion).
#5. The LG Enact
Along with a beefed-up 2460mAh battery and a rare slide-out QWERTY keyboard (most new smartphones are touch only), the LG Enact offers a Starter Mode interface which is designed to ease in smartphone neophytes (and a Standard Mode for power users). It also comes with the standard mid-range fare: 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS, dual core 1.2 GHz processor (with an Adreno graphic processor), 1 GB of RAM, 8GB memory, 5-megapixel camera (with a 1920 x 1080 video recorder), and a 4-inch TFT screen. With these modest features, it should sit comfortably well among the second-tier Android phones.
#6. The LG Optimus L9 II
The LG Optimus L9 II is proud of its 4.7-inch IPS panel with a 1280 x 720-pixel resolution and its dual-core 1.4GHz processor (partnered with a 1GB RAM). The Android smartphone is also fitted with an 8-megapixel camera that promises to work well even in low-light conditions, along with a 1.3-megapixel front-facer. It sports a 2150mAh battery and an 8GB storage memory (which can be expanded to 32GB).
#7. The LG Lucid 3
LG releases the latest phone in their Lucid series with the Lucid 3. It is equipped with mid-level apparatuses such as a 2440 mAh battery (the Lucid 2 had a 2460 mAh battery) that promises a talk time of up to 750 minutes (from a promised talk time of up to 1500 minutes), a 1.2Ghz quad-core processor (from a dual-core with the same clock time), 4G capability, a 4.7-inch main display (from 4.3 inches), and a 5-megapixel camera (no change).
Just like LG´s latest releases, it comes with the LG KnockOn system that allows users to access the home screen by tapping the screen twice (the pattern can be customized using LG´s KnockCode function and you can also turn off the display by tapping on an empty area of the home screen or the taskbar two times) and the KnockCode system that allows users to customize the pattern (the two taps) used in the KnockOn system.
#8. The LG G2 Mini
The LG G2 Mini smartphone, the smaller version of LG´s G2, is equipped with a smaller main display (4.7 instead of 5.2), a weaker processor (1.2Ghz compared to 2.26Ghz) and an 8-megapixel camera (compared to 13-megapixels). But, the G2 Mini´s battery has a surprisingly longer stand-by time of 900 hours, while the G2 only has 696 hours and it is installed with Android´s newer operating system (KitKat).
The G2 Mini, like its bigger version, also includes the Knock Code software (assign a knocking pattern to unlock your phone without picking it up or pressing the power key) and the Guest Mode (a mode for guests or children, allowing the owner to protect personal information).
#9. The LG Optimus F6
Another member of the LG Optimus family, the F6 sports a dual-core processor, decent front- and rear-facing cameras (1.3-megapixel and 5-megapixel, respectively), and an equally decent battery life (up to eight hours of talk-time). It also boasts of its true-to-life 4.5-inch qHD (960 x 540 pixels) IPS display. Its internal memory is only 4GB (with up to 32GB expansion) and it comes with a variety of pre-installed apps: The Vu:Talk handwritten note system, a 40-language quick translator app and an included universal remote control to use with the smartphone´s built-in infrared port.
#10. The LG Optimus F7
Armed with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor working alongside the 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS, the Optimus F7 seems to be a reasonably productive smartphone -- LG calls it a first-smartphone-user phone. It has a Gorilla Glass 2-protected screen (measuring 4.7 inches), an 8-megapixel main camera, a full HD video recorder (1920 x 1080), and a 2540 mAh battery (with a listed 13 hours of talk time). The LG apps it is packed with (Gesture Features, Polaris Viewer 4, QSlide 2.0, QuickMemo, Safety Care, VuTalk) also sound both creative and functional.
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