By Amaka Akachukwu
Interestingly, the well-documented rivalry between these two Korean mega corporations has played out in the Smartphone world perhaps more clearly than in any other industry.
While the Samsung S4 has been dominating sales thus far in the Android market, LG built up anticipation for the launch of their G2. In every way, the G2 is LG’s flagship device – a robust, full-featured, Smartphone with a huge HD screen that goes toe-to-toe with the S4 in nearly every department.
The most truly standout feature of the G2 is its odd button layout. The unconventional positioning puts the power button and volume rocker not on the side or top of the device, but rather hidden on the back.
The G2 is made of a shiny, rounded plastic that is slippery and prone to picking up fingerprints. The G2 13 megapixel rear shooter is one of the best anyone could find on any Android device.