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Rose Behar from Mobile Syrup ( 11 Aug 2016 00:00 )

There may be an extremely niche use case for it, though. Perhaps, this could be a dream phone for a person who can’t remember to charge their phone and has very small hands, as long as they don’t make calls, play processing-intensive mobile games or take any photos but selfies.

There may be an extremely niche use case for it, though. Perhaps, this could be a dream phone for a person who can’t remember to charge their phone and has very small hands, as long as they don’t make calls, play processing-intensive mobile games or take any photos but selfies.

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Smooth performance but boring design

Jon Mundy from TrustedReviews ( 09 Aug 2016 00:00 )

The LG Stylus 2 is an under-equipped, overpriced phablet that suffers in comparison to some much cheaper and only slightly smaller-screened devices.

The LG Stylus 2 is an under-equipped, overpriced phablet that suffers in comparison to some much cheaper and only slightly smaller-screened devices.

It is still a great phone overall but has more shortcomings than the other phones in this segment

Sandeep Sarma from Fone Arena ( 29 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The LG G5 is a really interesting smartphone. The modular setup and the dual cameras really make it stand out from the rest of the crowd. It also performs really well when it comes to the camera, audio and display departments. However, it lacks that sort of refinement and premium feel that we get fr. More

The LG G5 is a really interesting smartphone. The modular setup and the dual cameras really make it stand out from the rest of the crowd. It also performs really well when it comes to the camera, audio and display departments. However, it lacks that sort of refinement and premium feel that we get from most flagships these days.

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Offers decent value for money

Chris Barraclough from Recombu ( 04 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The LG K8 is a solid all-round affordable mobile that gives the excellent Vodafone Smart Prime 7 a run for its money. If you’re after a no-frills everyday handset or a dependable second mobile for taking to festivals and the rest, we’d happily recommend it.

The LG K8 is a solid all-round affordable mobile that gives the excellent Vodafone Smart Prime 7 a run for its money. If you’re after a no-frills everyday handset or a dependable second mobile for taking to festivals and the rest, we’d happily recommend it.

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A fantastic smartphone

Michael Desjardin from Reviewed ( 20 Jun 2016 00:00 )

If you look at the G5 as a powerful smartphone with some added functionality and a pretty good set of cameras, you might start to see it as a smart investment. Looking at it this way, the modularity is more of a bonus; you’ll always have the option to take advantage of any modules that come al. More

If you look at the G5 as a powerful smartphone with some added functionality and a pretty good set of cameras, you might start to see it as a smart investment. Looking at it this way, the modularity is more of a bonus; you’ll always have the option to take advantage of any modules that come along in the future, and in the meantime, you have the freedom to change the battery.

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Inexpensive, latest Android software, decent camera

Ajay Kumar from PC Magazine ( 18 Jun 2016 00:00 )

The LG Phoenix 2 offers reasonable performance, a 720p display, the latest software, and a decent camera for just $100. It isn’t as powerful as the equally affordable Zmax 2, but it has a better camera.

The LG Phoenix 2 offers reasonable performance, a 720p display, the latest software, and a decent camera for just $100. It isn’t as powerful as the equally affordable Zmax 2, but it has a better camera.

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A middling Moto G rival

Katherine Byrne from Expert Reviews ( 13 Jun 2016 00:00 )

The LG K8 does a pretty decent job of matching the 3rd Gen Moto G’s speed, but when both phones are now exactly the same price, the Moto G leaps ahead with its superior display and camera and longer-lasting battery.

The LG K8 does a pretty decent job of matching the 3rd Gen Moto G’s speed, but when both phones are now exactly the same price, the Moto G leaps ahead with its superior display and camera and longer-lasting battery.

Stilted performance, basic stylus

Chris Barraclough from Recombu ( 03 Jun 2016 00:00 )

The LG Stylus 2 is a weird beast. It’s essentially a cut-price Galaxy Note handset, but with limited performance, a very basic stylus experience and a low-res screen. If it was only £150 then some of those flaws could perhaps be forgiven, but at £250 it’s overpriced and disappointing. He. More

The LG Stylus 2 is a weird beast. It’s essentially a cut-price Galaxy Note handset, but with limited performance, a very basic stylus experience and a low-res screen. If it was only £150 then some of those flaws could perhaps be forgiven, but at £250 it’s overpriced and disappointing. Here’s hoping that the Stylus 2 Plus can correct the Stylus 2’s mistakes and step up as a proper Galaxy Note rival instead.

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Buy it for the camera, not the modules

Nandagopal Rajan from The Indian Express ( 01 Jun 2016 00:00 )

This is not a full review, considering that I have not really played around with an extra module. But from what I have seen the LG G5 is a great flagship phone even without the modules. I would buy this just for the camera. I wouldn’t buy this for the modules, not yet.

This is not a full review, considering that I have not really played around with an extra module. But from what I have seen the LG G5 is a great flagship phone even without the modules. I would buy this just for the camera. I wouldn’t buy this for the modules, not yet.

A flagship contender that needs some spit and polish

Anirudh Regidi from tech2 ( 01 Jun 2016 00:00 )

The LG G5 is priced like a true flagship, and on paper, is also built like one. Unfortunately, reality paints a different picture. The phone holds a lot of promise. It’s rare to find a phone that performs this well and offers so much. If only LG had taken the trouble to really work on the fit. More

The LG G5 is priced like a true flagship, and on paper, is also built like one. Unfortunately, reality paints a different picture. The phone holds a lot of promise. It’s rare to find a phone that performs this well and offers so much. If only LG had taken the trouble to really work on the fit and finish of the device and put some more thought into their “primer,” this would have been a real contender for the flagship throne.

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