LG G3 Mobile Phone - Black [Sim Free] + £10 Argos Gift Voucher £199.99 Delivered @ Argos
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LG G3 Mobile Phone - Black [Sim Free] + £10 Argos Gift Voucher £199.99 Delivered @ Argos

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Found 28th Oct 2015
Fusing sleek simplicity with the smartest technology, the LG G3 boasts advanced performance and usability. This advanced phone has a pin-sharp Quad HD display which delivers exquisite images in 2560 x 1440 pixels. The OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation) function and Dual LED Flash gives you perfect quality photos with the 13MP camera.

Mobile phone features:

By merging similar apps together, the G3 has reduced the number of pre-installed apps to create more space. The Smart Notice feature recommends what you need before you know you need it, based on your behaviour, phone status and location. Typing is easier and faster with the G3's smart keyboard which you can adjust to your comfort.
Network provider: Sim free.
Android Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system.
Qualcomm Snapdragon.
MP3 player.
Display and camera information:

5.5 inch screen.
2560 x 1440 pixels.
LCD display.
Full HD screen.
13 megapixel camera.
Video capture and playback.
Network and connectivity:

4G network capability.
Micro SIM card.
Wi-Fi connectivity.
Bluetooth.
Memory information:

16GB of internal memory.
32 GB of expandable memory (memory card not included).
Type of memory card required: microSD.
General information:

Up to 900 hours standby time.
Up to 720 mins talk time.
Size H146.3, W74.6, D9.3mm.
Weight 149g.
EAN: 8806084956286.

2GB RAM
16GB Storage
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178 Comments

Bring on the heat

Nice.
Good find.

too bad it's not 32gb version which performs excellent. it's so difficult to get it in UK..

Heat added

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.

This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'.

The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.

The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.

LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.

Just read the reviews. Looks like a good phone apart from average battery life which I can live with. Just wondering whether to go for this or the Nexus 6? Any advice? Thanks.

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.


0 deals posted but stupid comment made...thank you !
Happy owner of G3

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.



So, you've got a faulty phone and never did anything about it, is that what you're saying?

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.



​I take it the LG G3 was in your hip pocket when you jumped off that 40ft pier

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.



Congratulations on a beautifully written post. It is, however, at complete variance to my experience.

The only issue I have is that there is a bug causing a message about the settings app to pop up infrequently. The battery is about a year old and is starting to show its age, but that is OK because I can buy and install a new one for a little over a tenner.

Heat added. The battery life is poor - a day of you're lucky. That's true. My battery just died after a year and had to be replaced. I like the phone. I just think manufacturers are taking the mick and it's been going on so long we think it's ok. My Moto 360 life is limited to just about a day too. I like that as well!

I've been using my G3 for about a year and apart from the battery, it is excellent.

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.



Not fussed then?

iv had mine for about 8 months - screen is great, camera is great. dont use the LG launcher (which is laggy) - use nova so no lag.
my problems with it are that its not great for signal - sitting next to an iphone getting almost full signal my g3 has none. consistently no signal in areas of great signal. an then in areas of poor signal - picking the phone up means you lose all signal. battery life isnt amazing but what is these days
oh but thats a great price for it!
Edited by: "trick23" 28th Oct 2015

KingGeorgeEstate PLEASE PLEASE write more reviews of products that have been less than acceptable to you. We can`t flippin wait! X)

By the way, smartfonestore are doing brand new G4`s for £90 more. But you know that already.

smartfonestore.com/fil…spx

Hardware wise the phone is fantastic and still has about the best screen size vs body ratio on the market, the problems stem from the crappy LG bloated rom. Cyanogen mod is officially supported and runs great on it, smooth, battery efficient etc only small niggle is the camera is a little weaker on CM12 but its a very small price to pay. Its a great phone with the right software.

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.




Had the G3 for over a year, I'm picky with phones so I tend to buy the more expensive handsets. The G3 has been a great phone, performance is superb, screen is stunning, battery life is good, never had freezes, heat, or any other issues. The only thing you need to watch out for is the design fault in the white ones, they case can develop small cracks.

Condemning all G3s because you had a duff handset is a touch misleading, you could have just returned it for a replacement.

Excellent phone, at this price you're getting a lot for your money, in the unlikely event you have any issues then just return or exchange.

i have had mine for about a year. great camera but my phone does have problems. switches off when it wants and apps continously closing. battery is not great.

Had this phone and the 16gb version doesn't have enough RAM for multi-tasking and the battery is awful. Other than that, it was a great phone and worth £200. Mine died when the digitiser screwed up, so sent back to Amazon for a refund and now waiting for the v10 to hit these shores.

Well worth £199.99 and don't forget beat my price but still a laggy and temperamental device with poor battery life

smelladeal

By the way, smartfonestore are doing brand new G4`s for £90 more. But you … By the way, smartfonestore are doing brand new G4`s for £90 more. But you know that already. http://www.smartfonestore.com/filter-mfr-LG.aspx



Funny that the G3 Grade A with that seller is still more expensive than this deal......in fact you can only get a Grade B from them at this price

It's really not that much for more a G4, there are regularly sales bringing the price down to £260 or so. The time machine comment doesn't apply as black friday/cyber monday is only a month away

mynameisthehulk

Well worth £199.99 and don't forget beat my price but still a laggy and … Well worth £199.99 and don't forget beat my price but still a laggy and temperamental device with poor battery life



​Oops no more beat my price! Hope they honour my quidco. ..have submitted to flubit instead

A great phone for 200 quid. I have the 32GB version which I bought from Amazon DE about 8 months ago.

There are a few niggles with the phone. But nothing in life is perfect and the good far outweigh the bad. The camera is fantastic, as is the screen and responsiveness overall. I have the LG standard OS which is running Android 5.

The only bad thing I think is the battery. I did a swap for a week with my wife's who has an S5.I found that after a normal day my LG3 would be below 15% battery, the same sort of use on the S5 I would have between 30 and 40 % remaining. Not the most sceientific of tests I know. But the battery is a bit of a let down. But I wouldnt let this put me off buying the G3

I am selling one brand new unlocked for £180 posted if anyone is interested

Had the lg2 which had fanrastic battery life until kit kat. After that update it became laggy and a super battery eater.
Edited by: "eelvis" 28th Oct 2015

I have had mine pretty much since it came out and I think it's great! Whilst it isn't as quick as my missus Z2 it really isn't slow at all, so I'm not sure if the people who say it's slow have just installed a million apps which it will obviously slow down a bit then.

For this price to me this is an absolutely great deal! Also on Amazon for £199.95 if people would rather use them.

Great phone, I'm using nova launcher and don't have any problems really. Especially not with signal, I use it all the time so I only get a day or if the battery but I have a spare battery which is one of the reasons I bought it. Heat added

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.

are u okay in your head?

KingGeorgeEstate

For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk … For a dare I once ate 20 jalepeños in a row. I have also got blind-drunk until 5am the day before my first scuba diving lesson. And I have jumped off a 40ft pier into freezing water. I still consider buying the LG G3 the worst decision I have ever made.This handset will delete and/or move your content as if possessed. It'll be as responsive to touch as my fiancé after a 13 hour shift in A&E. It will brag of it's multitasking capabilities and moments later develop early onset Alzheimer's. This feature is particularly fun when you are driving in central London using the Sat Nav and you get a fun little phone call that even if rejected, will prompt a fun little game of 'Enter Postcode'. The phone has an additional feature not advertised: by leaving the handset switched on for more than an hour you will engage 'Heat Mode'. This handy little function will enable you to cook an egg or murder 10 million sperm depending on the location of the handset.The phone also freezes. A lot. I'm not kidding, the software is as stable as a fat kid on a tightrope. Heading towards a cake. Whilst balancing a sofa on his head. With 2 people sat on it. Wrestling.LG G3, Ebola, Syria: Avoid them all. Especially in that order.



​i think you've missed your calling mate. either that or your really a booker winning author! fun post and your point is well and truly made

Shard

It's really not that much for more a G4, there are regularly sales … It's really not that much for more a G4, there are regularly sales bringing the price down to £260 or so. The time machine comment doesn't apply as black friday/cyber monday is only a month away


Non of which are with sellers I would personally deal with

eelvis

Had the lg2 which had fanrastic battery life until kit kat. After that … Had the lg2 which had fanrastic battery life until kit kat. After that update it became laggy and a super battery eater.



​i have a G2 on lollipop albeit using a custom rom and battery life is excellent

Got a G2, apart from add advantage of a micro SD slot will I notice much of an improvement with a G3

How do you get the £10 Argos gift voucher?

I've got a G3, I've seen issues with battery life which were caused by a rogue app. I also had a cracked case which LG fixed under warranty ( trustedreviews.com/new…ues )

However I think it's a great phone, I don't see any lag, screen is great, battery life easily lasts a full day, signal reception is great (I've used Voda and o2) and the camera is excellent.

I'd happily recommend it to others.

Also have this phone. Great spec. Iv installed ccleaner to clear junk and it works fine. Battery is replaceable and accepts a micro, this is a plus as you can pass the phone down and in few years it will be a good starter phone for someone. The 4k screen is not available on the nee nexus5!

purplevimto

Just read the reviews. Looks like a good phone apart from average battery … Just read the reviews. Looks like a good phone apart from average battery life which I can live with. Just wondering whether to go for this or the Nexus 6? Any advice? Thanks.


definitely lg g3, mate! I had them both, nexus 6 is huge and bulky imho, its display color is bluish compared to lg

Great phone if you get the 32gb version and put a custom rom like Cloudy G3. obviously not for everyone but if your willing to do some tinkering its a great device.

I have had 2 of these phones in the past. The screen at the time was super (it still is really) however technology moves on. The software is lovely not full of bloat. The only thing I don't really like is the thickness. I currently have a iPhone 6s which is 7.1mm thick and the LG is 8.9 if I remember correctly. Apart from that for £189 from argos it's a bargain. Don't forget to spend your nectar vouchers too.
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