In this final installment of our LG Optimus G Smartphone Blogbuster Series, we will be sharing with you our verdict for the LG Optimus G Smartphone.
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Having fiddled with the LG Optimus G Smartphone for a week, we really like the responsiveness of the phone. With the QSlide Function, running multiple apps at one go is really a breeze and the performance of the phone was way beyond our expectations. In fact, loading games with intense graphics were pretty fast and smooth.
Images displayed on the 4.7-inch True HD IPS Plus Display were extremely sharp and lifelike and we really like how the phone optimises the battery by automatically controlling the brightness of the display. The apps that are available on the LG Optimus G Smartphone also comes in rather handy and we enjoyed using the phone very much.
Having said that, we really hope LG will consider investing more money to develop better cameras for their smartphones. Though we really like the Cheese Shutter Function on the LG Optimus G Smartphone, the images that were produced aren’t exactly the best if we were to compare it against the images produced by other smartphones. This is despite the fact that the LG Optimus G Smartphone’s camera has the highest number of megapixels as compared to the rest of their competitors.
So, if you’re looking for a smartphone that packs a punch in terms of power and productivity, and you don’t mind its mediocre onboard camera, you definitely have to choose the LG Optimus G Smartphone. The LG Optimus G Smartphone is available at all local telcos retail stores and hint hint, it’s cheaper to get it from Starhub! 🙂
There are two cameras on the LG Optimus G Smartphone; one in the rear and one in the front.
Although the front camera on the LG Optimus G Smartphone is usually used for video calls, it can also be used to take self-photos too. However, because of the front camera’s low resolution, the quality of the pictures taken are rather poor.
The rear camera of the LG Optimus G Smartphone is a 13-megapixels camera and what we really like about the camera function of the LG Optimus G Smartphone is the Cheese Shutter Function which allows user to take photographs upon mentioning words such as LG, Cheese, Whisky and etc. This Cheese Shutter Function on the LG Optimus G Smartphone is rather useful especially when you want to take self-photos without the hassle of locating any buttons or touch points.
The QSlide Function which the LG Optimus G Smartphone has is an extremely cool feature that no other Smartphones [that I know] offer till date.
With the QSlide Function, you can perform multiple tasks at one time and this really helps to improve productivity. For most of the Smartphones that are available in the market [for e.g. Apple’s iPhone, Samsung’s Galaxy, and Nokia’s Lumia], you can only perform one task at any one time. However, for the LG Optimus G Smartphone, you can perform up to 3 tasks at one time!
The QSlide Function on the LG Optimus G Smartphone only works with the following apps; they are Video, Internet, Memo, Calendar, and Calculator. This means that you can carry out any two of the apps mentioned + one other app that is not listed. For instance, you can watch a Video, surf the Internet, and send a Whatsapp Message all at the same time or you can use the calculator, write a memo, and surf Facebook! Truly remarkable indeed!
Check Out Our Video Demonstration of the LG Optimus G Smartphone QSlide Function:
In part 3 of our LG Optimus G Blogbuster Series, we will be sharing with you about the Quick Translator and Safety Care App on the LG Optimus G Smartphone.