LG received a lot of attention when it released its very capable LG G2. This year the company has taken last year's flagship back to the drawing board, and the result is a well built powerful smartphone set to be one of top smartphones of this year. But is the LG G3 worth upgrading to if you are an LG G2 user?
The LG G3 has a larger 5.5 inch display with a Quad-HD (1440 x 2560) resolution, which results in a nearly 80% boost in pixel count and sharpness. LG’s newest flagship also packs the latest Snapdragon 801 quad-core chip, a refreshed, 13-megapixel camera with better optical image stabilization (OIS+), and a brand new, flat and sharp user interface.
All in all the LG G3 is an upgrade over the G2 in every way. However, the G2 has aged nicely, and offers an excellent value for the money, as it costs around 40% less than the G3. It’s also more compact and easier to use with a single hand, while the G3 maybe harder to handle with one hand, despite its amazing screen to body ratio.
source - PhoneArena