1. LG G4This latest release by LG has some of the best features. Complemented with Snapdragon 808 processor, a Quad-HD display with a battery capacity of 3,000 mAh, an impressive camera and an expandable storage. Not to mention different back options to choose from. The only downfall of the phone which runs on Android Lollipop is that its user interface can lag sometimes. But, the LG G4 is still a choice buy for 2015.
2. LG Nexus 5XArguably, the Nexus 5X is a successor to the original Nexus 5 but a representation of Google’s much larger Nexus 6P in a smaller, cheaper version. This does not mean it comes short, Nexus 5X has a 12.3MP camera which has great capture, and also features a fingerprint scanner at the back which is a Nexus Imprint. The LG version makes an adequate alternative for the other Nexus.
3. LG V10LG V10 is a representation of the new class of the LG range of smartphones. Released in October 2015, the V10 is big with a great design, amazing camera features and an outstanding second display at top front. This display lets you customize whatever you want to be placed there.
4. LG G FLEX 2Its predecessor, the original LG G Flex was the first to have the ability to bend with because of its flexible display and battery. LG G Flex 2’s 5.5 inch screen display is similar meaning it is durable. It has a Snapdragon 810 processor and camera optics as impressive as those of LG G3.
5. LG G3LG G3 was the first to be complemented with a quad-HD display, marking the beginning of a new era of more pixels on a screen display. It is embodied with a 5.5-inch display, sports a 13 MP camera which has optical image stabilizer and laser auto-focus modes for even excellent images. For all day use, it has a Qualcomm Quick Chargeable 3000mAh battery. Overall, the LG smartphone portfolio has some of the best all-round Android devices fit for all types of users.
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