LG's Google Nexus 4 has all the hardware for a flagship phone, but in terms of price it is in the mid range.
It is a well-established fact that Google prices its devices very reasonably and the latest Nexus 4 is no different. Nexus 4 made by LG gets hardware that is fit for the flagship product but is priced substantially cheaper than flagship products from players like Samsung, Sony, HTC and even LG itself.
But having a top notch spec sheet and cut throat pricing is one thing and actual performance is another. So here is our first impression of the device, which has just been launched in India.
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LG G4 looks great on paper with exquisite design, powerful chipset, plenty of connectivity features and storage, and most importantly high end cameras.
It will be based on Android Lollipop 5.1, the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor.
LG Spirit will be launched in India by the end of this month while the other two phones will hit the market next month.
The phones will come out of the box with Android Lollipop and 3G and 4G versions will be available.
The LG Fx0 has see through front, side and back panels and is set to go on sale in Japan from this Thursday.
The LG Tone Infinim comes with various convenient functions such as current time alert, SMS/SNS Replay etc.
LG Gx comes with 5.5-inch full HD IPS LCD display and quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 mobile processor.
LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition is already on sale in the United States for $350 (Rs 21,463 approx.).
LG G Flex will be made available in the market in the last week of January 2014 and is expected to be priced at Rs 55,000.