Every new smartphone, especially a high-end one, is supposed to beat its predecessor in some aspects. It’s not that difficult to achieve because technology changes rapidly and what is merely a dream a year before, it can be successfully implemented the year later. Things get a little more complicated when it comes to phones released more or less around the same time. Take for example the HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5 or the Sony Xperia Z2 that were released few months before. Each of the devices is unique in some way but more generally speaking they are in fact offer the same set of features. LG, however, managed to equip its flagship LG G3 with features that make it better choice than other leading smartphones.
What’s new LG G3 brings to the table.
For starters, the LG G3 sports a display with QHD resolution. A QHD screen is not a novelty as such, as Oppo and Vivo are already offering handsets with this massive resolution. These phones, however, are available in Asia and until now no other manufacturer has made a QHD device destined for the US market. That said, the LG G3 will be the first smartphone in the US to offer a pixel density of a stunning 534 ppi.
The LG G3 also brings a few crucial improvements in photographic department. The phone is equipped with optical image stabilization and laser for faster auto-focus, both of which should greatly enhance the quality of photos snapped on the go. Thanks to its 1W speaker, the device is also a step ahead of other phones in terms of audio experience.
Finally, the G3 comes with a few security features that are not found on any other phone. The first on the list is the Knock Code feature which allows users to unlock their device with a pattern of taps. Unique tap pattern code should be more secure than a regular PIN code, since those can be quite easy to guess at time, for example when you use your birthday date.
The rest of security features include Content Lock and Kill Switch. Content Lock keeps personal files safe and hidden from view and prevents file previews when the phone is connected to the PC. Kill Switch, on the other hand, lets users disable their device remotely when it is stolen or lost. Not only that, but you can also wipe the content to prevent unauthorized persons from viewing what’s on your phone.
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