The G3 is an Android based smartphone from South Korean electronics company LG. It is the follow-up to one of the best received handsets of last year, the LG G2.
The G3 is just 8.9mm thick (the G2 was 9.1mm), although due to its 146mm x 75mm plan size it is still one of the largest phones around, with the majority of this bulk accounted for by its massive 5.5 inch screen. Where the manufacturer has done an excellent job is in keeping the surround to the screen as small as possible. The smartphone isn’t a great deal bigger than its rivals. It is slightly wider than the Sony Xperia Z2 (5.2 inch screen) and HTC One M8 (5 inch screen) but surprisingly isn’t as tall as either of them, all thanks to those tiny bezels (and the lack of front mounted speakers, which we deal with in a later review).