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Author Topic: The LG G2 Gets A Hands-On Video Rundown From AndroidCentral's Phil  (Read 798 times)

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<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/2SLQLukWJko" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/2SLQLukWJko</a>

AndrodCentral's Phil got his hands on an international version of the LG G2 and gives us a nice brief video rundown.  First up, we get to see the really cool double tap to start feature and it really seems like this is going to be something that other carriers are going to want to copy.  It just seems so easy and intuitive.  Nex, what better way to see just how that unique G2 rear button and key is used than to actually see someone use it..and that's what we have here, with Phil showing us the center power button as well as how pushing the key up or down either launches an app...or the camera.  It can even be used to operate the shutter of the camera and go through the camera modes. 

We also get a quick look at some of the cool G2 software features like their 3 finger multi-tasking.  Of course all this is powered by the super fast Snapdragon 800...the first phone in the US to carry this super chip, which runs on Krait 400 cores.   The UI is super smooth to say the least and we can imagine playing games on the 5.2 inch Full HD screen with this monster chip is going to be a dream.  Finally, we get a bit of a size comparison between the G2 and the Nexus 4, also made by LG and you can see it is a tad larger, which is to be expected since we're dealing with a 5.2 inch screen compared to 4.7 inch.  Still, it looks to be a fairly compact package with those super thin bezels.  Now as we mentioned, this is the international version so the US version might have slight differences in operation.  Still...we get a nice peak at what the LG G2 is like in person.   We've got lots more coming up here at LGG2Forum.com so make sure to stick around.



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