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[Q] G2 and CM11? G2, Note 2 or Z1 Compact?

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I'd like to buy a phone with good overall performance, stable CM11 and very good battery life (replaceable battery is an advantage). My N4 batt life is terrible.

1. LG G2 or Note 2 or Xperia Z1 Compact - which one would you choose now and why?
2. How CM11 performs on G2? How about of Screen On Time on CM11?

Note 2 is older than G2 and Z1C, but still is really comparable; it is cheaper too.

Any help will be appreciated.

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G2 runs pretty well on CM11, there may be bugs here and there but they dont mess up the experience.
Screen Size - N2
Screen Quality - G2
Camera - Z1
Battery - N2
Stylus - N2
User and Interface - G2, N2
Button Placement - G2 (biased)
Speaker - G2
I am biased but I would say G2 as it gives most bang for you buck.
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Hi,
I'd like to buy a phone with good overall performance, stable CM11 and very good battery life (replaceable battery is an advantage). My N4 batt life is terrible.

1. LG G2 or Note 2 or Xperia Z1 Compact - which one would you choose now and why?
2. How CM11 performs on G2? How about of Screen On Time on CM11?

Note 2 is older than G2 and Z1C, but still is really comparable; it is cheaper too.

Any help will be appreciated.
G2 is far better in performance and display quality...camera z1....note2...outdated
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