LG G3 D855 (Titan Titan, 32GB)
- 13MP primary camera with auto focus, dual flash and 2.1MP front facing camera
- 5.5-inch capacitive touchscreen with 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution
- Android v4.4.2 Kitkat operating system with 2.5GHz Qualcomm quad core processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory and expandable up to 128GB
- 3000mAH battery
- 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase
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Classic, Lightweight and Ergonomically Designed
Want to take brighter, clearer pictures with your Smartphone? Then buy the LG G3 D855 (Titan Titan, 32GB) online from Amazon India. It is one of the high-end phones by LG that comes with highly advanced features. The phone features a 13 MP primary camera with Optical Image Stabilisation and Multi AF together with the Laser Auto Focus. It enables you to click spectacular images and record splendid quality videos. The 2.1 MP front camera facilitates video recording and also helps you in recording 1080p videos at 30 frames per second. If you want to feel the true depth of bass and high-pitch notes while playing your favourite music tracks, the phone’s 1W Speaker with Boost AMP does it for you. Adding more to your fun, the LG G3 D855 facilitates voice recording with its 2nd Microphone.Displays Images and Videos in High Resolution
If you love playing games and watching movies on your phone, the LG G3 D855 is the ideal choice for you. Its 5.5 inches (13.97 cm) 4x Quad HD Display adds more fun to your multimedia experience. The phone also features Smart Notice, which examines your needs depending upon your phone’s behaviour. Like, it provides you with Call Log Based Reminder, Location Based Reminder, Smart Cleaning and much more. To help you quickly access your favourite apps, the LG G3 also features Circle Windows which helps keep the 6 most used apps in your phone together. Additionally, there’s the Knock Code, which awakens your phone by just tapping.Facilitates Easy Multitasking
If you want to enjoy multitasking in a hassle-free way, buy the LG G3 D855 online from Amazon India. The highly efficient 2.5 GHz Quad Core Processor in the phone enables you to enjoy a smooth and superfast web browsing experience. To provide you with superfast processing speed, the LG G3 D855 comes with 3 GB RAM, so you can quickly access your files in a hassle-free way. The phone’s 32 GB internal memory can be further expanded up to 128 GB, which lets you conveniently store all your music files, movies, documents, apps and a lot more without having to worry about space crunch. Additionally, you also get 50 GB Cloud Storage with this advanced Smartphone so you can store data and access it from anywhere easily.
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good QHD display
crystal clear audio
compact for 5.5 inch display
UI is boring when compared to samsung htc
average battery life
slow charging.Sometimes it used to take 3 + hrs to charge
headphone jack software compatibility issues
overheating during gaming
flashlight was not working until marshmallow update
No dual sim
Poor resale value
Display is damn good.Camera quality is ok as compared to other phones.The knock code feature is good.Sound quality through headphones is really good.
But the phone has some problems,
It has a considerable amount of lagging.Don't get fooled by the 3gb ram.It has a lot of bugs.
Crashes to home screen many times.
It gets heated quickly,also with normal browsing.The quad hd display drains the battery quite fast,but again the charging speed is good.
Conclusion-The phone is definitely not for gamers due to laggy ram and heating issue.But is works good for normal everyday use.
1. Good Look and display( Quad HD) is awesome, no doubt it.
2. It has 3 GB RAM, browsing and chatting is really good speed.
1. From initially it produces more over heating problem
a. if you browse continuously 20 minutes,
b. especially using Google Maps Apps its really worst, even you can put one omlette :-)
2. After a year exactly the date of purchase the display flickering and fades away, So I went LG Autorised Service center they
said we need to replace mother board, because I bought this product 33k, I shocked and denied to replace mother board and also
I tried some sort of solutions in Google, While I have got/observed more than 85% customers(LG G3) have / facing same issues it may occur either after a year or after 18 months, lot of ideas / solutions, I've followed and survived more than 6 months then i couldn't resolve permanently.
3. So I decided to change this mobile and exchanged during mobile exchange offer.
My personal recommendation, please dont go to buy this mobile, horrible experience to me in this time with this mobile.
. The screen is brilliant. The text is the clearest ever, and the screen is also bright with rich colours.
. The size of the screen means that you can get a lot of text on one page as well. I love browsing the web on this thing and use it more often than my iPad even when I'm at home.
. Superfast charging. It goes from 10% to 90% in just over an hour.
. The phone is powerful too - it's not the fastest phone on the market but after around a month of using this, I'm yet to experience any lag, or have any apps run slowly or have any issues.
. LOTS of smart features. I'm not big fan of OEMs customising Android, but LG has been largely restrained, and the changes that it has made are mostly positive. For example, the knock-to-unlock feature sounds a little pointless, but given that the power button is on the back of the phone, it's useful. The keyboard layout can be customised so you can add punctuation that you use the most often, or change the position of some of the punctuation keys. You can also hold-swipe on the space bar to move the cursor, and that is super helpful when entering URLs for example.
. The Quickcircle case that comes with the phone is also more useful than it initially appears. You'll be able to see who's calling, and even respond to calls without having to open the cover, but that's not all. Tap the empty space to see an analog watch, and swiping that reveals call logs - so you can make a call without opening the cover; messages, to read any unread SMS, or activate the camera and take a picture right from the small circle. It's an excellent way of using the space, and I just wish they could replace the watch face with Google Now cards in some future update.
. LG has also announced that the LG G3 will be getting Android 5.0 next week, starting with Poland. Even if Indian users don't get the upgrade at the same time, I got the last software update on the same day that it was rolled out in the UK, so I'm fairly confident that we won't have to wait too long.
. This phone is a little uncomfortable to use one-handed. This sounds like a pretty obvious thing to say considering how big it is, but the size of a phone isn't just about the screen size. I've used the Galaxy Note 4, which my mother owns, and that's actually a little more comfortable to use. When you're sitting at home and reading or playing games, that's not an issue obviously, but when you're on the move and want to make a call, or you're in office and want to quickly reply to a text, this can get to be a problem. There is an option to enable one handed use where the keys move to one side of the screen, and you can rearrange the icons in the dock to have the back button be on the side of the screen you hold the phone from, but these are not really enough to make it comfortable.
. It heats up a little quickly - not just when you're playing games, where just about all phones I've used heat up. But even if you're doing something simple like tweeting, or texting people. Keep it up for too long and the phone gets warm. Not uncomfortable, but warm, and that's a little worrying.
. The power button and volume buttons are really awkward to use. You won't have to, for the most part. Software workarounds mean that I've had to press these buttons around once a week. But that's just covering up for the fact that these buttons are incredibly inconveniently placed.
. The battery discharges too quickly. The quickcharge feature means that it isn't actually a big issue - as long as you keep your charger in your bag. But in general, you're going to charge this phone at least once a day, and possibly twice, depending on your usage. My work is such that I have to take a lot of phone calls, and do a lot of talking on my phone. I use lot of apps regularly as well, and most of this involves using 3G - so I'm definitely a heavy user.
That means that I usually bring the battery down to zero by lunch. I charge the phone again in office, and by the time I get back at around 7, it's at 80% again. I get up and the phone's usually around 40%, and I top it up to 100% before leaving at nine. With all my older phones, I was charging just at night, so needing to charge this much is definitely a minus point for me.
Despite the fact that the phone burns through battery, I'm really delighted with it. I bought it during the Diwali flash sale and thanks to some gift cards, I ended up paying just around Rs. 27,000 for the phone so it's beyond amazing value for money. But even at its current price, I'd probably recommend buying it because there's so much to like.
There are some features which were excellent such as knock code and laser auto focus for the camera. Although it has 3gb ram which works perfectly fine initially but as u start to use your phone it would start lagging.
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