12 August, 2014: The G3 comes with a redesigned Android 4.4 user interface (UI) that’s very clean and flat. This new look is very familiar — I’ve seen similar UIs from Asus and HTC, but that’s not to say that LG’s efforts are copies. The best part of the G3, however, has to be that there simply aren’t any buttons. Unlike the S5, which has a physical home button, the G3 uses onscreen keys instead. This means that the 5.5-inch, 2,560×1,440-pixel-resolution screen grabs all of your attention, and the superthin bezel enhances that experience, making the phone appear to be “all screen.”
The G3′s display has an eye-popping 538 pixels per inch (ppi), while the iPhone 5S stops at 326ppi. That’s 65 percent more pixels than Apple’s handset, by the way. But does this really matter? In short, no. You’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference between a normal full-HD display and the QHD of the G3. The only time you could really see the difference would be if you were to put a drop of water on the screen and take a close-up shot.
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