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LG or “Life’s Good” to give them their full name are a huge global player, and not just in mobile phones. With sales of over £40 billion around the world from products that include dishwashers to TV’s. Vacuum cleaners to in-car entertainment systems and from cookers to yes, mobile phones.

Combining state of the art technology with good looks and skilful packaging, LG might just have the mobile phone to suit your needs. Let’s have a closer look at their range.

What’s on offer?

The LG G5 SE has an all metal design and comes in a variety of rich colours. In fact, this model is in most ways the same as the G5 Titan. It has an identical high spec display and comes with the same camera, complete with whizzy features. The difference lies in the memory capabilities. Whereas the Titan has 4GB of RAM memory, the G5 SE has 3GB. Whether that makes a difference or not depends how you use the phone, so we’ll leave that to you.

The LG G4 smartphone runs on the slightly older Android 5.1 operating system but still packs a punch. Coming with the same 2560x1440 resolution screen, LG have again spent some time developing a great camera. With the 8 megapixel front camera great for the perfect selfie, the rear 16 megapixel camera has a host of features. While it’s happy to do the hard work for you, you can engage a manual mode to tweak, lightness and darkness, freeze movement and even produce wonderful light trail effects.

Next up is the LG G4c smartphone. With a gently curved design, the G4c feels as good as it looks. Its 5” high definition display gives bright, clear images, filled with colour. With 5 megapixel front, and 8 megapixel rear cameras, the G4c is perfectly capable of taking great selfies as well taking in the views. With a front camera light, you can even take selfies in the dark!

The beautifully curved LG G Flex 2 is another great offering from LG. With no side buttons interrupting its design, the G Flex 2 fits neatly and comfortably in the hand. Using an Android 5.0 operating system, the G Flex 2 comes with 2GB of RAM. It has a 5.5’’ display, but with a slightly lower screen resolution at 1920x1080 pixels. The 13 megapixel self-steadying camera will allow you to make sure every shot is sharp focused.

The Nexus 5X runs on the newest, fastest Android operating system – Android 6.0 – and comes with fingerprint sensors for quick, easy and secure unlocking. The Nexus comes with the best of Google apps already pre-installed including Chrome, YouTube and Gmail. Of course, there’s over a million other apps available for you to add. With a 5.2” screen and 1920x1080 resolution, everything looks great too, and with a good LG camera on-board, you’ll be good to go when it comes to taking some snaps of your own.

The LG K4 is a compact smartphone measuring only 131.9mm x 66.7mm x 8.9mm, but still packs in a 4.5” display. With an Android 5.0 operating system you’ll get a great all round look and feel. With 2 megapixel front and 5 megapixel rear cameras you’ll soon be posing for brilliant selfies and have share-worthy pictures aplenty.

The LG X Screen has a unique second screen. So while you’ve a great 4.9” high resolution main screen, you also get a personalised always-on 1.76” second screen allowing you to check, and get to what’s most important to you without turning on the main screen. If cameras are your thing, the X Screen has two powerful cameras, with an 8 megapixel front camera and a 13 megapixel one on the rear. With face detecting, Auto Shot, you’ll never take a bad selfie - simply pose and the phone will do the rest for you!
For an unfussy smartphone that still has good looks and a great 5” screen, have a look at the LG K8. With a neat slim arched screen, it’s easy to hold and with 5 and 8 megapixel front and rear cameras, you can take all the shots you need.

The clue’s in the title with the LG Stylus 2 smartphone. It comes with a fibre tipped precise stylus pen giving you more accurate and sensitive touch when you need it. It also allows you to write quick memos or reminders even when the screen is off and you can also add captions to any screen. It’s not all about the stylus with this smartphone though. It features a large 5.7” display screen, ideal if you want a larger workspace. With Android 6.0 fitted, you’ve a great operating system and if it’s a camera that’s important to you, the Stylus 2 has an 8 megapixel front and 13 megapixel rear camera, perfect for all occasions.

For a smartphone with a beautiful bended glass design, there’s the LG X Cam smartphone. With slimness at just 6.9mm, it will slide easily into pockets but still feels reassuring solid when it’s in your hand. Its 13 megapixel rear camera has an impressive 120 degree wide angle lens allowing you to get more into your shots. View those shots on an expansive 5.2” high definition screen with great colours and clarity.

For simplicity, there’s also the compact LG K3 smartphone. Compact doesn’t have to mean no features though. The K3 still packs in a quad core processor for easy multitasking and its 5 megapixel camera with ‘gesture shot’ allows for easy selfies and picture taking alike.

What’s new?

The LG G series is the flagship of the LG range and is a great smartphone, but LG isn’t resting on its laurels. In October 2016 it launched its new ‘U’ phone which comes with a 5.2” touchscreen and resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The LG U runs Android 6.0 and its storage can be expanded from 32GB to 300GB via a microSD card. With 8 and 13 megapixel cameras the new phone will keep up the LG reputation for great cameras.

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