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Huh? What slowdown.. G2 is the speed king!

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Default Huh? What slowdown.. G2 is the speed king!

I've been a long time lurker here. I don't make many posts. In fact, I think my last post made was years ago lol. I'll cut to the chase.

I'm proud to say I'm a very happy owner of speed demon that is of LG G2. I've been reading forums and rolling my eyes each time I each a person complain of lag, microsutter, whatever you guys call it.

My phone is a Verizon 32 gb version. My G2 is not rooted. running full bore stock with none of the bloatware disabled. I have not made a single effort to optimize it at all. The G2 is loaded with every apps, movies, music, and pdfs until it ran out of storage. My home screen got all kinds of active widget running. Chrome browser got 20 tabs open. Gallery is always open and on standby. There are around 200mb of ram available after all is said and done.

Normally that would make users of lesser phone cringe as their phone screech to a crawl. After putting the G2 through the wringer personally, I have not noticed any slow down, any lag or so called microsutter. So my point being.. I don't get it at all when people cry foul at the slightest of hesitation.

People of G2, don't be afraid to load up all kinds of data, apps, whatnot! G2 will take it and ask for more! The LG G2 is fast as ever!

LONG LIVE THE SPEED KING!
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You are right. It is fast... however with tons of apps , especially apps that use GPS, be careful..I have notice apps that trigger the gps on the g2 tend to drain the battery pretty fast..I have installed a ton of apps but had to go back and disable the auto notification for almost all of then..A lot of games that you download from the app store also tend to rely on notification when the app refreshes game coins or what not. None the less... BEAST of a phone..good job lg

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---------- Post added at 08:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:43 PM ----------

I mean trigger GPS or auto notifications.

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OP I agree....but thread really not needed. Thanks.
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