LG is a premier cell phone manufacturer that has too often suffered in the shadow of Samsung, South Korea’s other big phone maker. However, with a bold line of new offerings, the company looks posed to break out of that shadow and into the limelight. Here are some of their best phones.
The LG G5 was a well-intentioned but ultimately failed attempt to change the way we view cell phones, with a modular design challenging design assumptions. With the G6, LG has returned to a more conventional design. Which is not to say that the G6 is unambitious; many critics say that the phone’s slight profile despite its 5.7” screen is a strong, game-changing design element. The device uses a Quad-Core Snapdragon 821 processor and boasts internal memory ranging from 32 to 128 GB depending on model.
LG Exalt LTE
Even in our modern smartphone era, a certain subset of the population insists on using the old-style flip phone. The LG Exalt LTE modernizes pre-smart phone design, bringing newer connection standards and technologies to the kinds of functionalities found in phones from the turn of the century.
The Exalt uses modern networks for crystal-clear connections without cluttering the interface with the apps and other features of a newer phone. It can also serve as a WiFi access point, making it a great compliment to other devices. This kind of retro design isn’t for everyone, but for those looking for a pre-smart phone, the Exalt is one of the only choices.
LG Stylo 3
Creative types need cell phones as well. The LG Stylo 3 is the company’s entry into the stylus capable category, allowing users to operate the phone using an included stylus pen. This makes it perfect for those whose jobs involve sketching out plans or making drawings, as well as anyone with a penchant for doodling. The 5.7” screen provides a drawing space adequate for most casual uses, and the 1280 x 720 pixel resolution displays the results in beautiful color. A 1.4 GHz Quad-Core processor and 16 GB of built-in storage round out the phone’s performance.
The LG V line is their premier consumer smartphone option, and the V30 is the latest update to the design, the flagship of their current lineup. With a larger design featuring a 6” screen, the V30 is technically a phablet, combining the best features of phones and tablets. The 64 GB (128 for the Plus model) of onboard storage let you load this one up with all the latest apps with room left over for your media files. If the screen of the V30 is too big for your taste, you can explore other LG cell phones from a carrier like T-Mobile.
The LG K20 is an excellent midrange phone, offering more power than the bargain models but not quite as much as the latest and greatest. Which is fine; the K20 is a phone targeted at the regular consumer, who might like some bells and whistles on their phone but don’t need to pay the premium prices for the newest smartphones. Powered by a 1.4 GHz Quad-Core processor, with 32 GB of onboard memory and a 5 megapixel camera, the LG K20 features a 5.3” HD screen with enviable resolution. It comes with the latest Android OS, Nougat.
At a slightly lower price point than the K20, the Aristo is the next step down for those looking for an easy to use smartphone that spares the wallet while still packing important and convenient features. The 5” HD display keeps the profile of the phone down, making it a snap to carry from place to place.
The on-board 1.4 Ghz Quad-Core processor keeps the Aristo humming along through sustained and memory-intensive tasks, and the 16 GB of internal memory gives you the storage to hold the pictures you take with the 5 megapixel camera or the 1080p video recorder.
Whatever kind of phone you are looking for, LG can hook you up. Head to your local cell company today and check out the latest LGs.