After Nokia, Apple, Samsung devices I have used before, this is my first LG smartphone. I am very satisfied withit. Is really stable, powerful, it works great at very low temperature. Probably my next devices will be from LG again.
In no way get the LG G3 D855. At the beginning I was satisfied. After one year I had to replace the battery and another year later I began experiencing problems with the SIM card. The device sometimes recognizes it and sometimes it doesn't. When it does, it cannot connect to the available networks. From the service center told me the device is not broken and the it is faulty. They offered fixing it for RUB 15000 with a guarantee for three months. But it is a fact that this Sunday I was the fourth person in the service center with this model and the same problems.
This is an awesome functioning phone. There are some irritating flaws, e.g. the SOS always goes on with sensitive touch and the curved body not very appealing. The buttons on the back make it extremely easy for screen shots and lowering or raising the volume.
The battery life not withstanding, otherwise this is a nice phone. The sound is very good. In fact, I found out that it not only supports Apt-X, but it also supports hi-res audio up to 192kHz. I bought some FLAC files on a hires music store, and it played them very well. The music player even has an "HD" indicator when you put in songs over 48kHz sample rate. I returned my FIIO X1 because this one plays everything it could, has a better interface, and on top of that, it doesn't have the very bad issue that X1 has with treble audio being over represented. Plus, it has all of the Android features of Lollipop now.
My LG G3 took a 3' drop onto carpet and that was enough to cause the left half of the touch screen to stop functioning properly. Like most LG products, it is great, but just a little bit more fragile than it should be for how much it cost. Now that it is repaired it is working great. Fast phone with an awesome looking screen.
This is the first time I have an LG smartphone and I am very happy with it. It's fast, with a really good display, the battery holds without a problem a whole day and last but not least you can use it as a phone, for me this is great. Before I used Samsung S4, several HTC models, and lots of Nokia phones, but I have to say the LG G3 is the best smartphone that I've had.
I have had this product for a little over a week now, and I can say I'm impressed. I've had other flagship devices but I have never found anything else that literally kept me awake for more than a day. The camera focuses and takes pictures really really fast (because of the laser auto focus), the display is crisp, sharp, and no pixels are visible. The battery lasts the whole day (fully charged in 2 hours when turned off), and the UI is very simple and easy to use. So far with my 1 week of using the phone, I haven't experienced any issues. The device does get warm after playing games for a long time but I don't think this is an isolated issue, as my S5 does this as well. With it's 5.5 size, I need to get used to it, as I came from using a device with a 4.5 size, (ThL w100). The back is kind of slippery, but I don't believe that's a big issue, since I plan on getting a case to protect its slim design.
The most excited I've been about a phone since the original Motorola Razr. The 2k display is beautiful, the camera takes excellent pictures, video camera takes 4k videos, response time is super fast, battery lasts the whole day, the LG UI is simple with some great features, my favorite is the knock code, also the power and volume buttons on the back are perfect for this size phone! I've had Motorola, Samsung, but this is my first LG and definitely my favorite of any smart phone I've owned, worth every penny and more!