A cheaper, smaller version of LG's flagship phone attempts to maintain the premium look without making too many compromises.
The LG G3 S is a cut-down version of LG's flagship G3 phone that aims to replicate many of its features at a lower cost.
In Asia, this phone is known as the LG G3 Beat.
It's got a lovely curve going on when you hold it like this.
The G3 S keeps the laser- focussing camera from its bigger brother, which LG says means it takes better pictures in low light.
That's an 8-megapixel shooter right there.
There's room for a MicroSD card slot inside.
It runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat with a bit of LG's software spinkled on top.
You can remove and swap the battery for a new one yourself.
That's what the inside of the phone looks like with the back off.
It has a 5-inch 720p display, which is a lower resolution than the G3 flagship, but we doubt you will notice the difference much.
At just 10.3mm thick, it's pretty slim.
The brushed metal look on the rear looks pretty swanky.
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