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LG V30

The LG V30 is a rock-solid alternative to Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Plus and the Google Pixel 2 XL. If it fits your hands and your photographic needs, you won't be disappointed.

LG G7 ThinQ

The LG G7 ThinQ is a really good phone, but one that fails to distinguish itself from more compelling offerings from Samsung, OnePlus and Google.


The LG G6 is still a decent phone if you can find it cheap.

LG V35 ThinQ

The Galaxy S9 Plus just edges out the LG V35 ThinQ and is only $15 more on AT&T. But get the V35 ThinQ over the slower Pixel 2 XL.

LG V20

The LG V20 is the best phone you can buy with a removable battery, and its audio recording prowess is a cherry on top, but skip the phone if neither is a priority.

LG Q Stylus

We don't have pricing yet, but it will probably be cheaper.

LG Chocolate KG800

The LG Chocolate phone is the best-looking phone we have seen this year. With a seamless casing and glowing red touchpad, this phone took everyone by surprise. It definitely has that wow factor at first, but after using it for a couple of weeks you may realise that not everything is perfect. The touchpad looks great but doesn't always respond and the lack of external memory means this won't replace your iPod nano


Don't be swayed by the LG G4C's fancy display -- the new Moto G's superior performance and cheaper price makes it a much better buy.

LG Pop GD510

The LG Pop GD510 has a basic feature set, but it looks cute, it's easy to use and it has a pleasingly responsive touchscreen. It's just a shame that it lacks 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity

LG GD900 Crystal

The touchscreen LG GD900 Crystal's transparent, touch-sensitive, glass keypad looks cool but is pretty pointless. And, while two touch-sensitive surfaces mean there are more places to poke, it also means it's easy to make erroneous taps. While the phone sports plenty of interesting features, their implementation is sometimes lacking

LG S310

While the LG S310's lack of 3G and the poor screen are disappointing, the lush design and impressive battery stamina make this worth a look -- especially if you're a mobile novice who values simple functionality.

LG GS101

Mobiles don't really come any more basic than this -- the GS101 lacks a camera, Bluetooth, 3G or music playback capabilities. In its favour it has a decent design and a bright and colourful screen, as well as impressive battery life. It's one for mobile novices, though.

LG Optimus One P500

The LG Optimus One P500 smart phone packs plenty of punch, offering all the joys of Android 2.2 at a rock-bottom price. We just wish LG's tweaks to Android didn't look so clumsy.

LG KG290

The LG KG290 is one of the best-looking budget handsets on the market and it's certainly not lacking in features thanks to the MP3 player, FM tuner and Bluetooth support. However, the phone is somewhat marred by its poor battery life

LG L40

Announced ahead of the mobile show, we finally got to see the petite 3.5-inch starter phone alongside its L-series siblings.

LG G Stylo

Though the LG G Stylo's stylus is more of an afterthought, it's still a highly affordable big-screen handset.

LG Viewty Snap GM360

The LG Viewty Snap GM360 has a decent camera and some neat social-networking features, but it's nowhere near as good as the Samsung Monte, which is only slightly more expensive

LG Optimus F3

If you’re looking for a compact Android handset, the LG Optimus F3 will satisfy prepaid customers. As an on-contract phone, however, look to other free smartphones that are better.