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Default G3 comparison to Flex

Not starting a whats better thread, who is getting this thread, or anything silly like that..

Just wanted to post a link to a comparison article
I know a few folks are interested in the G3, my self included, so I thought this was somewhat interesting..

http://www.androidheadlines.com/2014...lg-g-flex.html
HTC One M8
LG Flex
HTC One Maxx
Samsung Note2
Samsung Note
Samsung S3
HTC Evo 3d
HTC Evo 4g
Samsung G2
IBones 3,4
Palm Treo
PPC 6700
HP IPAQ
Moto StarTac's, several
BlackBerry's, several
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Thought you said you were done with LG. LoL

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truth be known, my wife and son will probably want G3's, so I need to check them out..

I'll wait until my august jump is available, and see whats out then..
HTC One M8
LG Flex
HTC One Maxx
Samsung Note2
Samsung Note
Samsung S3
HTC Evo 3d
HTC Evo 4g
Samsung G2
IBones 3,4
Palm Treo
PPC 6700
HP IPAQ
Moto StarTac's, several
BlackBerry's, several
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Cool. I'll probably get G3 but last two phones have been LG so kind of wanted to try something else.

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I go back and forth. Some days I want a new phone, then other days i can't imagine not using the flex. Really these phones are barely doing anything major IMO from previous phones.

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I go back and forth. Some days I want a new phone, then other days i can't imagine not using the flex. Really these phones are barely doing anything major IMO from previous phones.

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I agree. I love the Flex even though phone isn't that popular especially for developers. Get a few Roms and I'm good. I like the Flex because it's different.

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I think the Flex will be out 8 months before the G3. So usually new phones will be better but I don't agree that's it's a no-brainer. You can probably get a great deal on a Flex and battery life is phenomenal. Pretty sure the G3 doesn't have a IR Blaster. I use mine all the time with the Flex. As far as storage and display I'm fine with the Flex. I was set on the G3 being my next phone but the more I think about it I'm wanting to try something other then LG even though I like what LG is doing.

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