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|Seller Notes:||“All phones are in good working condition”|
|Model:||LG G3||Lock Status:||Network Unlocked|
|Style:||Bar||Manufacturer Color:||Metallic Black|
|Storage Capacity:||32 GB||Memory Card Type:||MicroSD|
|Screen Size:||5.5 in||Contract:||Without Contract|
|Connect with your friends using the LG G3. The G3 features 32 GB of internal memory, giving you plenty of space for your applications, messages, and media. Perfect for upgrading your user experience, it is built with a quad-core processor so that you can run a number of apps without lag. This mobile phone features a 13-megapixel resolution camera for taking stunning pictures. Capture any special event with this LG G3.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||194709086|
|Product Key Features|
|Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Screen Size||5.5 in|
|Lock Status||Network Unlocked|
|Manufacturer Color||Metallic Black|
|Memory Card Type||MicroSD|
|Additional Product Features|
|Display Resolution||2560x1440 Pixels|
|Family Line||LG G3|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 565hr.|
|Network Generation||4G, 2G, 3G|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 21 Min|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||microSD|
|Display Technology||Ips LCD|
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Long battery life
Small form factor
LG G3 user update
The phone is quite nice but alas the battery life could be better. The screen is clear, large and very vivid to my eyes. I like the LG implementation of the OS. I also own a stock Android tablet running Marshmallow 6.0 and this LG is every bit a pleasure to use as my tablet. The screens are responsive as are the apps. I do hope LG and/or AT&T offer the Marshmallow update to this device, but we will see. I came from a Windows Nokia Lumia to this phone and I am sold on the Android experience on my phone. I like this LG enough that I would purchase another one and my very well do so to replace my wife's Windows phone in the very near future pending additional funds. This phone came unlocked for GSM and AT&T which is my carrier so all I had to do was insert my SIM Card and I was on the network in about five minutes after receiving my unit. I have had no problems with my third party and so I couldn't be happier with this phone by LG. If the battery was better I would rate it a five star, but that one feature is an issue you must watch. It does come with a removable battery if you are so inclined to carry a spare. It also has an SD card slot for expandable memory, but with 32 GB of RAM I still have about 16 GB open for use. If you are looking for a less expensive option to upgrade your phone, this is a very good option to consider. With the 3 GB of internal RAM, the 801 Snapdragon Processor, 5.5 inch screen with 538 ppi and Gorilla 3 glass, this one fine phone.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: amazing-wireless
This device has blazing fast performance considering how old it is, and the camera is beautiful, but however, the battery makes this almost unusable. I haven't been able to get more then 2.5 hours a charge off of this, even after replacing the battery. I can't wait until an update because they stopped updating this model. I'd look elsewhere unless you can be hooked up to a power source all day long.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: yywirelesss
Powerful and cheap
Great phone overall. They can have their problems at a low probability (flicker and fade issue, faulty sd card slot). I am on my second one, but the ability to remove battery and add an sd card (128gb support) is the best features that you cant get in the high end phones anymore. Not sure when Marshmallow (MM) gets pushed to your variant, but it didn't for mine so I rooted while on KitKat 4.4.2 (used purple drake), installed twrp via adb, installed fulmics 4.1 and OTA updated to 4.2 (I do not think the Rom supports Voice over LTE, so uncheck that in settings). Battery life is amazing using MM compared to Lollipop. Overall this phone is a bargain for anyone slightly tech savy.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: wharfrat127
A little quirky, but the best phone I've owned so far.
I really like this phone. I like the way it's built. I like the fact that I can drop it, and my GPS chip still works. I like the responsiveness of the screen, and the tap twice to unlock, rather than pushing the power button. The battery life is good for one of these, and the built in 32gb of storage is outstanding. It does have one bug, which as far as I know is still unresolved. Occasionally, the tap to unlock feature goes wonky. It either won't tap at all, or it will tap, but then the screen shuts itself off again. The only way around it at that point, is to take the battery out, and force the phone to reboot. It doesn't happen often, but it's very annoying when it does. Would that stop me from buying the phone? I don't think it would. Every phone has it's issues and quirks. But overall, I'm thrilled with this one. The good far outweighs the bad.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: rvtwireless
Used Lg G3 vs my Old Blackberry z10
So far I like the G3 better. It's taken some getting used to but I'm slowly getting a handle on it. The biggest change was after I first set up the LG it was gobbling up my Data of which I only have 300 MB with good old ATT and I'm usually on Wifi so it was a shock. I've managed to shut down all the little apps that were automatically updating using over the air data, (even a lot of apps that I wasn't even using. I only use about 5 apps total. I like the bigger screen though it not too big to fit in most of my shirt pockets. I like the texting screen better than blackberry which was always sending texts before I was ready or hitting the stupid emogee screen when I was trying to edit a text. LG/Android has a better setup in my opinion. My one complaint is that with Blackberry I could delete emails off the phone and they would remain on the server so I could later access them from my desktop. An email deleted from my LG is totally gone. Supposedly I can change the G3 to leave them on the server, though so far it has stumped me trying to change it. The used G3 I got off of Ebay turned out to be pretty decent--a little better than I had expected. The Blackberry had gotten so I couldn't hear coversation or music which was a problem even when the Z10 was brand new. The G3 is LOUD and I like it that way. The G3 has longer battery life than the Z10 as well--the Z10 would get hot even when I wasn't using it and drain the battery-- apparently doing updates or something. I'm a light user, so Z10 battery should have easily lasted all day with the smaller screen.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: whonapar