LG G2 review: LG’s best Android phone yet, but not Android’s best phone

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The LG G2 is a lesson in dichotomy. It is at once the fastest Android(s goog) phone I’ve ever tested, as well the most frustrating. It has an extremely comfortable shape for a big phone, but awkward button placement makes it difficult to use. It has a great camera, but terrible software. And while the G2 is LG’s best Android phone to date, it isn’t the best Android phone you can buy.

Design: One step forward, but buttons hold it back

Let’s just get this out of the way. The LG G2’s display measures 5.2 inches, which places it firmly within the 5-inch-and-over “phablet” category. That said, the G2 is probably the most comfortable phablet I’ve ever handled. Thanks to ultra-thin bezels the phone measures 5.45 by 2.79 by 0.35 inches and weighs 5.04 ounces. The 5-inch Samsung Galaxy S 4, by comparison, measures 5.38 by 2.75 by 0.31…

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