LG g2 in pristine condition £100 @ Envirofone
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LG g2 in pristine condition £100 @ Envirofone

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Found 7th Nov
LG g2 from envirofone, maybe some people have better use for £100, so obviously not for everyone. Although it is listed as 'pristine' condition which means "A premium product which has no signs of use and is in excellent working order"

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Was a class phone in the day

The LG G3 can be found on eBay for less than £100 these days. Knowing envirofone they bought the phone for £5 and whacked a 2000% mark up on it.

Was so ahead of its time with screen to body ratio.

Still a good phone. Only downside is the storage. The camera is superb.

One of my favourite phones, if it had a micro sd card it would have been perfect.

In addition if upgraded to lollipop it has compatibility problems with certain apps, I had to downgrade mine

Still using mine (but it's getting to end of it's life). Screen is fab. Camera is great. However it's android 4.2.2 still (not rooted) which is crippling me a bit with the Bluetooth log getting full all the time issue and the 16gb limit is killing me. Roll on 11.11 singles day for a Xiaomi replacement to be ordered (you're better off ordering a Redmi Note 4 or Redmi 4X or something like that for the same price as this phone). So cold from me.

Great phone but too many motherboard failures , I would avoid in this day and age.

bigup1 h, 11 m ago

Great phone but too many motherboard failures , I would avoid in this day …Great phone but too many motherboard failures , I would avoid in this day and age.


Exactly ! Stay away ...

I paid £150 for mine new three years ago.

In the last month or so it's become almost unbearably sluggish. It has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth problems. I'm almost permanently working with 0.5gb of free storage.

It was a great phone in it's day, but it doesn't hack doing the basics now.

I bought this for my sister 3 years ago (for £200 new from Amazon).

She still uses and likes it but for many months the battery loses charge quickly. So she keeps the brightness pretty low most of the time!

I wish the LG G2 had a removable battery as the problem could then be resolved quickly.
I've noticed that many high-end phones also have non-removable batteries - even the LG G6.

Looking to replace the LG G2 in the coming weeks, maybe on Black Friday if there are any good deals.
Not sure with what, but it won't be an iPhone X ..

MSK.8 h, 18 m ago

I paid £150 for mine new three years ago.In the last month or so it's …I paid £150 for mine new three years ago.In the last month or so it's become almost unbearably sluggish. It has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth problems. I'm almost permanently working with 0.5gb of free storage.It was a great phone in it's day, but it doesn't hack doing the basics now.


master reset it then manage your storage afterwards as it can all be stored online

still use my G2 alongside umidigi crystal, perfect condition, runs fine, not sluggish at all, best phone ever

though if I could get £100 for it, I'd sell it in a heartbeat!

bigup12 h, 17 m ago

Great phone but too many motherboard failures , I would avoid in this day …Great phone but too many motherboard failures , I would avoid in this day and age.



As a G2 owner for a few years and on XDA, didn't hear of many motherboard failures at all. The G3, G4, G5, 5X, G Flex 2 on the other hand had lots of issues.

G2 for cheap + New battery + Root + Lineage OS = Great phone for the next year.

Anything other than the above, avoid.

g3 owner. ended up very laggy & eventually died with screen fade issue. Would not go back to LG.
Now have a huawei P9 lite. just updated to Android N. Lightning fast, never skipped a beat. My best mobile purchase made since owning mobiles. P9 lite cost a mere £40 more than this btw.
Edited by: "jp1843" 8th Nov

TwistedNerve2 h, 3 m ago

master reset it then manage your storage afterwards as it can all be …master reset it then manage your storage afterwards as it can all be stored online


I have. It doesn't stop settings crashing 20 times a day, which takes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with it.

It simply doesn't have enough storage for modern use. It's a 4 year old phone, it's had a good life.

had a g2 for three years. still a superb phone. no problems whatsoever. excellent battery life. never needed to root, great as it is with 4.2.2.
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