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International 32GB version of the LG G2, superceded by the LG G3, but still a cracking phone. Just ordered from amazon.de for £274 including delivery. Estimated delivery time is 20th August.

Same phone available from UK sellers for £330.

Great battery life, 4G, very good camera, decent screen, brilliant price, what is there not to like ?

I've ordered a decent Asus 802.11n from amazon.es a few weeks ago, took 5 days instead of the estimated 2 weeks and saved myself almost £45. Budget for a euro to UK plug adaptor for less than £2, see here :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Euro-Pin-Converter-Plug-Adapter/dp/B000NJ30QO/ref=sr_1_13?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1406816510&sr=1-13&keywords=euro+uk+adapter

job done.

Would be great if those voting cold could explain why or point to a better deal.
Not being an iphone is not a valid reason !
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#1
Decent enough price. Expansys also have the white EU 32GB version in stock for £289.99

http://www.expansys.com/lg-g2-32gb-white-255411/
#2
banjax
Decent enough price. Expansys also have the white EU 32GB version in stock for £289.99

http://www.expansys.com/lg-g2-32gb-white-255411/

They've put the price up recently - they had it in black & white for £279 not long ago.
#3
How do you avoid paying a foreign transaction fee with your bank?
#4
Will it be covered by LG warranty in UK?
#5
icehawk
How do you avoid paying a foreign transaction fee with your bank?
Does anyone know? Nationwide apparently charge a low amount compared to other banks and they still want 2% which is over £5...
#6
2 year warranty with amazon.de
bank charges, check with your bank. I find that its approximately 2%.
1 Like #7
I bit the bullet and bought it last night via this eBay link for £259.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141343167205?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Edited By: ashfp on Aug 01, 2014 15:22: .
#8
ashfp
I bit the bullet and bought it last night via this eBay link for £259.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141343167205?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
I just bought the same one, fingers crossed lol. Presumably it will be HK firmware, any idea if this will work with 4G on Three or will I need to flash it to a European firmware?
#9
icehawk
ashfp
I bit the bullet and bought it last night via this eBay link for £259.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141343167205?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
I just bought the same one, fingers crossed lol. Presumably it will be HK firmware, any idea if this will work with 4G on Three or will I need to flash it to a European firmware?
Is it a big job to flash the european firmware? I only briefly read up on the different versions and assumed that they were much of a likeness?
#10
ashfp
icehawk
ashfp
I bit the bullet and bought it last night via this eBay link for £259.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141343167205?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
I just bought the same one, fingers crossed lol. Presumably it will be HK firmware, any idea if this will work with 4G on Three or will I need to flash it to a European firmware?
Is it a big job to flash the european firmware? I only briefly read up on the different versions and assumed that they were much of a likeness?
I would've thought it would be fairly simple. I guess we'll find out soon enough lol.
#11
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
#12
ANYONE ONE ORDERED it now say it will not deliver to the uk.i have a delivery date but not dispatched
#13
choose delivery by amazon.de, not the marketplace sellers.
Mine is coming from Germany.


Germany is in Europe, UK is in europe. Same frequencies. For your information, even the mobile co in the UK use different freq than one another .... they all have diff allocations.

Was informed by amazon that my phone is arriving on 7th August.
Guten Tag,

Amazon.de hat eine gute Nachricht zu Ihrer aktuellen Bestellung:

Wir freuen uns, Ihnen mitteilen zu koennen, dass die folgende Ware frueher als angekuendigt verschickt werden kann:

"LG G2 Smartphone ( 13,2 cm (5,2 Zoll) Touchscreen, Quad-Core, 13 Megapixel Kamera, 32GB Speicher, Android 4.2) schwarz"
Bisheriges voraussichtliches Lieferdatum : 12. August 2014
Neues voraussichtliches Lieferdatum : 07. August 2014


Edited By: fsa on Aug 01, 2014 23:54
#14
icehawk
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
I've done a quick bit of digging and it would appear this version (D802) supports the following LTE frequencies:
LTE 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz
(stated here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G2-D802-LTE-32GB-Black-13MP-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Phone-/161111765693)

And the UK networks run on the following frequencies:
EE 1800
EE 2600
Hutchison 3 800
Hutchison 3 1800
O2 800
UK Broadband 3500
UK Broadband 3600
Vodafone 800
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks)

I was looking to get a GiffGaff sim (piggy backs o2 network), so the 4G might not work for me? What network are you planning to run it on? As I won't be switching network for another month or so.. so won't be able to test the 4G :( I may just have to return it, would rather not risk not being able to get 4G (one of the main reasons for upgrading).
#15
ashfp
icehawk
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
I've done a quick bit of digging and it would appear this version (D802) supports the following LTE frequencies:
LTE 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz
(stated here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G2-D802-LTE-32GB-Black-13MP-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Phone-/161111765693)

And the UK networks run on the following frequencies:
EE 1800
EE 2600
Hutchison 3 800
Hutchison 3 1800
O2 800
UK Broadband 3500
UK Broadband 3600
Vodafone 800
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks)

I was looking to get a GiffGaff sim (piggy backs o2 network), so the 4G might not work for me? What network are you planning to run it on? As I won't be switching network for another month or so.. so won't be able to test the 4G :( I may just have to return it, would rather not risk not being able to get 4G (one of the main reasons for upgrading).
UPDATE:
It states here that the bands the D802 actually support are:
LTE/4G: 800/900/1800/2100/2600
2G/3G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/900/1900/2100

So the 4G on this should work on: EE, THREE(3), 02 & Vodafone
I'm not sure who/what "UK Broadband" is, I assume it's some frequency for mobile broadband to run on?

Anyway, it's good news and it should work fine for all carriers.

Edited By: ashfp on Aug 02, 2014 11:03
#16
ashfp
ashfp
icehawk
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
I've done a quick bit of digging and it would appear this version (D802) supports the following LTE frequencies:
LTE 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz
(stated here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G2-D802-LTE-32GB-Black-13MP-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Phone-/161111765693)

And the UK networks run on the following frequencies:
EE 1800
EE 2600
Hutchison 3 800
Hutchison 3 1800
O2 800
UK Broadband 3500
UK Broadband 3600
Vodafone 800
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks)

I was looking to get a GiffGaff sim (piggy backs o2 network), so the 4G might not work for me? What network are you planning to run it on? As I won't be switching network for another month or so.. so won't be able to test the 4G :( I may just have to return it, would rather not risk not being able to get 4G (one of the main reasons for upgrading).
UPDATE:
It states here that the bands the D802 actually support are:
LTE/4G: 800/900/1800/2100/2600
2G/3G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/900/1900/2100

So the 4G on this should work on: EE, THREE(3), 02 & Vodafone
I'm not sure who/what "UK Broadband" is, I assume it's some frequency for mobile broadband to run on?

Anyway, it's good news and it should work fine for all carriers.
Sounds good, let's hope they turn up soon, the delivery estimate was quite long.
#17
icehawk
ashfp
ashfp
icehawk
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
I've done a quick bit of digging and it would appear this version (D802) supports the following LTE frequencies:
LTE 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz
(stated here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G2-D802-LTE-32GB-Black-13MP-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Phone-/161111765693)

And the UK networks run on the following frequencies:
EE 1800
EE 2600
Hutchison 3 800
Hutchison 3 1800
O2 800
UK Broadband 3500
UK Broadband 3600
Vodafone 800
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks)

I was looking to get a GiffGaff sim (piggy backs o2 network), so the 4G might not work for me? What network are you planning to run it on? As I won't be switching network for another month or so.. so won't be able to test the 4G :( I may just have to return it, would rather not risk not being able to get 4G (one of the main reasons for upgrading).
UPDATE:
It states here that the bands the D802 actually support are:
LTE/4G: 800/900/1800/2100/2600
2G/3G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/900/1900/2100

So the 4G on this should work on: EE, THREE(3), 02 & Vodafone
I'm not sure who/what "UK Broadband" is, I assume it's some frequency for mobile broadband to run on?

Anyway, it's good news and it should work fine for all carriers.
Sounds good, let's hope they turn up soon, the delivery estimate was quite long.
I got mine this morning! Next day! I'm going to try my girlfriends three sim card at some point in the next couple of days to test the 4G. So far so good though! Only thing that's dodgy is that the charger needs a plug adapter.. but I'll probably just not use that as I already have 2 USB chargers.
#18
For anyone wanting to root/install custom recovery, this is a great app/guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2715496
#19
ashfp
icehawk
ashfp
ashfp
icehawk
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
I've done a quick bit of digging and it would appear this version (D802) supports the following LTE frequencies:
LTE 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz
(stated here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G2-D802-LTE-32GB-Black-13MP-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Phone-/161111765693)

And the UK networks run on the following frequencies:
EE 1800
EE 2600
Hutchison 3 800
Hutchison 3 1800
O2 800
UK Broadband 3500
UK Broadband 3600
Vodafone 800
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks)

I was looking to get a GiffGaff sim (piggy backs o2 network), so the 4G might not work for me? What network are you planning to run it on? As I won't be switching network for another month or so.. so won't be able to test the 4G :( I may just have to return it, would rather not risk not being able to get 4G (one of the main reasons for upgrading).
UPDATE:
It states here that the bands the D802 actually support are:
LTE/4G: 800/900/1800/2100/2600
2G/3G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/900/1900/2100

So the 4G on this should work on: EE, THREE(3), 02 & Vodafone
I'm not sure who/what "UK Broadband" is, I assume it's some frequency for mobile broadband to run on?

Anyway, it's good news and it should work fine for all carriers.
Sounds good, let's hope they turn up soon, the delivery estimate was quite long.
I got mine this morning! Next day! I'm going to try my girlfriends three sim card at some point in the next couple of days to test the 4G. So far so good though! Only thing that's dodgy is that the charger needs a plug adapter.. but I'll probably just not use that as I already have 2 USB chargers.
Bloody hell that was quick, where's mine lol. Desperately need it as my Xperia Play battery doesn't even last 2 hours of light use now.
1 Like #20
icehawk
ashfp
icehawk
ashfp
ashfp
icehawk
I think the only thing that might not work out of the box is UK 4G as they use different frequencies in different countries (I think) and this seller is from Hong Kong. It says item location UK though so at least there can't be any customs taxes and fees to pay.
I've done a quick bit of digging and it would appear this version (D802) supports the following LTE frequencies:
LTE 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 MHz
(stated here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G2-D802-LTE-32GB-Black-13MP-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Phone-/161111765693)

And the UK networks run on the following frequencies:
EE 1800
EE 2600
Hutchison 3 800
Hutchison 3 1800
O2 800
UK Broadband 3500
UK Broadband 3600
Vodafone 800
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks)

I was looking to get a GiffGaff sim (piggy backs o2 network), so the 4G might not work for me? What network are you planning to run it on? As I won't be switching network for another month or so.. so won't be able to test the 4G :( I may just have to return it, would rather not risk not being able to get 4G (one of the main reasons for upgrading).
UPDATE:
It states here that the bands the D802 actually support are:
LTE/4G: 800/900/1800/2100/2600
2G/3G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/900/1900/2100

So the 4G on this should work on: EE, THREE(3), 02 & Vodafone
I'm not sure who/what "UK Broadband" is, I assume it's some frequency for mobile broadband to run on?

Anyway, it's good news and it should work fine for all carriers.
Sounds good, let's hope they turn up soon, the delivery estimate was quite long.
I got mine this morning! Next day! I'm going to try my girlfriends three sim card at some point in the next couple of days to test the 4G. So far so good though! Only thing that's dodgy is that the charger needs a plug adapter.. but I'll probably just not use that as I already have 2 USB chargers.
Bloody hell that was quick, where's mine lol. Desperately need it as my Xperia Play battery doesn't even last 2 hours of light use now.
I know, I wasn't expecting it for another week haha!
I can confirm 4G works fine (I'm on the edge of a "very good" signal area and was getting up to 25MB/s down using my gf's three sim card. I'd highly recommend the paranoid android ROM if you're going to root+ROM, it runs very well and battery so far looks pretty amazing. PM me if you need help with rooting etc.
#21
Even cheaper at 336 Euros now, but states 2-4 weeks for delivery.
#22
Learn German first before ordering? :)
#23
Amazing phone.

Rooted mine and put the G3 ROM on it and it works perfectly. So could also be used as a slightly smaller less powerful G3.
#24
Why are you all quoting the whole thread, its not an email!

Good deal
#25

That's the 16GB version, OP has posted a deal for a 32GB.
banned#26
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this
#27
ashfp
For anyone wanting to root/install custom recovery, this is a great app/guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2715496

Won't this invalidate the warranty? (flashing ROM's)
#28
hukdealz
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this

Why? The specs of this phone seem better in every way. I think the main selling point of the G2 over any other phone is the battery life, sure as hell is the reason I'm interested in getting one.
#29
teerex
Will it be covered by LG warranty in UK?
Nope
#30
ashfp
[quote=ashfp] [quote=icehawk]
So the 4G on this should work on: EE, THREE(3), 02 & Vodafone
I'm not sure who/what "UK Broadband" is, I assume it's some frequency for mobile broadband to run on?

Anyway, it's good news and it should work fine for all carriers.

UK broadband is a mysterious subsidiary of BT, I believe...
#31
ashfp
I bit the bullet and bought it last night via this eBay link for £259.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141343167205?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Will this be covered by LG UK Warranty?
#32
I know it is great to have the 32gb memory instead of the 16gb, but can't help thinking that spending all that money on a phone and not being able to send it back to dealer within the UK is a big risk factor, think I will stick with the safer choice and get the UK one and cope with the 16gb limit.
banned#33
Icipher
hukdealz
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this

Why? The specs of this phone seem better in every way. I think the main selling point of the G2 over any other phone is the battery life, sure as hell is the reason I'm interested in getting one.

specs, specs, specs. Let's take a moment out to consider the fact that the most underpowered smartphone on paper (iPhone 5s) is also the smoothest during real life usage.

The biggest reason for me was the in hand feel of the M7 over the G2. It feels incredible, I wouldn't be able to go back to a plastic phone now.

Next up are the speakers. You might think speakers aren't important to you on a phone, but guaranteed, the M7's speakers are so good you will actually find you will use headphones less just so you can enjoy the speakers. They are unthinkably good.

To many, Sense 6 is preferable to LG UI (especially on the G2), and remember HTC guarantee giving you the latest versions of android and Sense for a minimum of 2 years after release, so if you're planning to keep the phone for a few years, M7 is the one to go for.

Then there's the screen, which has more natural colours, the camera, which has better low light performance and other minor features that are better on the M7.


Yes, the battery life might not be the best but if it's battery life you're after, you should go for the HTC One Max- that's got an even better battery life.
And yes, there might be a difference in processing power but the difference is negligible and everyone on here will agree that the HTC One is smoother in every day usage than the G2.

Edited By: hukdealz on Aug 04, 2014 21:10
#34
If only it was this price from a UK based company, I would have bought it already. I'm not prepared to risk spending this much and then having to worry about problems down the line.
#35
hukdealz
Icipher
hukdealz
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this

Why? The specs of this phone seem better in every way. I think the main selling point of the G2 over any other phone is the battery life, sure as hell is the reason I'm interested in getting one.

specs, specs, specs. Let's take a moment out to consider the fact that the most underpowered smartphone on paper (iPhone 5s) is also the smoothest during real life usage.

The biggest reason for me was the in hand feel of the M7 over the G2. It feels incredible, I wouldn't be able to go back to a plastic phone now.

Next up are the speakers. You might think speakers aren't important to you on a phone, but guaranteed, the M7's speakers are so good you will actually find you will use headphones less just so you can enjoy the speakers. They are unthinkably good.

To many, Sense 6 is preferable to LG UI (especially on the G2), and remember HTC guarantee giving you the latest versions of android and Sense for a minimum of 2 years after release, so if you're planning to keep the phone for a few years, M7 is the one to go for.

Then there's the screen, which has more natural colours, the camera, which has better low light performance and other minor features that are better on the M7.


Yes, the battery life might not be the best but if it's battery life you're after, you should go for the HTC One Max- that's got an even better battery life.
And yes, there might be a difference in processing power but the difference is negligible and everyone on here will agree that the HTC One is smoother in every day usage than the G2.

Fair points, just funny how most reviews I've read rate this over the HTC. As I said the battery is the main drawing point for me at the end of the day, no way I'd go for the One-Max, 5.9" is just too big, and contradictory to your point, is also made of plastic.

Different folks have different priorities from a phone I guess, but I know what I'd choose.
banned#36
Icipher
hukdealz
Icipher
hukdealz
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this

Why? The specs of this phone seem better in every way. I think the main selling point of the G2 over any other phone is the battery life, sure as hell is the reason I'm interested in getting one.

specs, specs, specs. Let's take a moment out to consider the fact that the most underpowered smartphone on paper (iPhone 5s) is also the smoothest during real life usage.

The biggest reason for me was the in hand feel of the M7 over the G2. It feels incredible, I wouldn't be able to go back to a plastic phone now.

Next up are the speakers. You might think speakers aren't important to you on a phone, but guaranteed, the M7's speakers are so good you will actually find you will use headphones less just so you can enjoy the speakers. They are unthinkably good.

To many, Sense 6 is preferable to LG UI (especially on the G2), and remember HTC guarantee giving you the latest versions of android and Sense for a minimum of 2 years after release, so if you're planning to keep the phone for a few years, M7 is the one to go for.

Then there's the screen, which has more natural colours, the camera, which has better low light performance and other minor features that are better on the M7.


Yes, the battery life might not be the best but if it's battery life you're after, you should go for the HTC One Max- that's got an even better battery life.
And yes, there might be a difference in processing power but the difference is negligible and everyone on here will agree that the HTC One is smoother in every day usage than the G2.

Fair points, just funny how most reviews I've read rate this over the HTC. As I said the battery is the main drawing point for me at the end of the day, no way I'd go for the One-Max, 5.9" is just too big, and contradictory to your point, is also made of plastic.

Different folks have different priorities from a phone I guess, but I know what I'd choose.

agreed, depends on what you want from a phone. If more than 7 hours of hardcore, screen on use from a phone is a priority for you, maybe the G2 is better for you.

In terms of reviews, I haven't seen a single review who says that m7 is better than the G2, but again, it ultimately comes down to what you want from your phone.

The charging technology on the One Max is the way forward though. I don't know if you noticed this, but there are pins on the back of the phone. This accommodates the use of super slim charging cases which give you 48 hours of solid use from the phone without adding much bulk to the phone.
#37
hukdealz
Icipher
hukdealz
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this

Why? The specs of this phone seem better in every way. I think the main selling point of the G2 over any other phone is the battery life, sure as hell is the reason I'm interested in getting one.

specs, specs, specs. Let's take a moment out to consider the fact that the most underpowered smartphone on paper (iPhone 5s) is also the smoothest during real life usage.

The biggest reason for me was the in hand feel of the M7 over the G2. It feels incredible, I wouldn't be able to go back to a plastic phone now.

Next up are the speakers. You might think speakers aren't important to you on a phone, but guaranteed, the M7's speakers are so good you will actually find you will use headphones less just so you can enjoy the speakers. They are unthinkably good.

To many, Sense 6 is preferable to LG UI (especially on the G2), and remember HTC guarantee giving you the latest versions of android and Sense for a minimum of 2 years after release, so if you're planning to keep the phone for a few years, M7 is the one to go for.

Then there's the screen, which has more natural colours, the camera, which has better low light performance and other minor features that are better on the M7.


Yes, the battery life might not be the best but if it's battery life you're after, you should go for the HTC One Max- that's got an even better battery life.
And yes, there might be a difference in processing power but the difference is negligible and everyone on here will agree that the HTC One is smoother in every day usage than the G2.
more natural colors? who says that, any references?
#38
All versions of the D802 are the same hardware. But they have different software firmware versions (even though they are all "international"). The issue is that some D802s can't use 4g as they are locked out by the netwrok provider (3 for example). You can get round this by flashing the EUR firmware if you have a far east version for example. See here for info

http://mightyintelligence.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/lg-g2-d802-international-using-4glte-on.html
banned#39
MaximusRo
hukdealz
Icipher
hukdealz
you're MUCH better off with the M7 over this

Why? The specs of this phone seem better in every way. I think the main selling point of the G2 over any other phone is the battery life, sure as hell is the reason I'm interested in getting one.

specs, specs, specs. Let's take a moment out to consider the fact that the most underpowered smartphone on paper (iPhone 5s) is also the smoothest during real life usage.

The biggest reason for me was the in hand feel of the M7 over the G2. It feels incredible, I wouldn't be able to go back to a plastic phone now.

Next up are the speakers. You might think speakers aren't important to you on a phone, but guaranteed, the M7's speakers are so good you will actually find you will use headphones less just so you can enjoy the speakers. They are unthinkably good.

To many, Sense 6 is preferable to LG UI (especially on the G2), and remember HTC guarantee giving you the latest versions of android and Sense for a minimum of 2 years after release, so if you're planning to keep the phone for a few years, M7 is the one to go for.

Then there's the screen, which has more natural colours, the camera, which has better low light performance and other minor features that are better on the M7.


Yes, the battery life might not be the best but if it's battery life you're after, you should go for the HTC One Max- that's got an even better battery life.
And yes, there might be a difference in processing power but the difference is negligible and everyone on here will agree that the HTC One is smoother in every day usage than the G2.
more natural colors? who says that, any references?

flossy carter, techradar, phone arena etc.

pretty much all the big review sites + small youtube reviewers.

"Both screens have impressive, very lively colors. One slight difference is that the HTC One has a bit warmer, more accurate tones, and on the LG G2 whites are a bit cold, but overall both are excellent. The two displays are very bright and while brightness does not make much of a difference indoors, outdoors it allows for both displays to be easy to use, putting less strain on the eyes. Viewing angles are good on both.

All in all, the screens on the G2 and the One are stunning. It’s a close call, but the One’s more accurate, pleasingly warm colors swing it in HTC’s favor."
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Whilst I agree that the M7 is still a good phone, I think that you're pushing it a bit too much. The 4 megapixel camera does have good low light capabilities but the G2 also has OIS to help compensate. Also, it goes without saying that a 13 megapix will capture far more detail than a 4 Mpixel. If you want to crop and zoom with a picture taken from an M7 then you may well be very disappointed. There's also a substantial performance difference between the S600 and S800 although you may not need it right now.
I'll also highlight that it is unlikely you'll find an M7 available for around £275 from a reputable seller like amazon.

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