Best LG phones: Compare LG smartphone models
Our expert team has reviewed several LG smartphones to help you find the best option for you.
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Key facts about LG phones
- Unlike some smartphone manufacturers, LG offers both premium and budget-friendly handsets in order to reach a broader audience.
- LG leverages its experience manufacturing LCD and OLED TV panels when designing its smartphone screens, resulting in some of the more impressive displays in the business.
LG makes the task of comparing its phones relatively straightforward by dividing them up based on their price and capabilities. Handsets in the G series such as the LG G7 ThinQ are the flagship models designed to compete with the Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxy Ss of the mobile world; V series handsets like the LG V30+ are aimed at photography aficionados and pack high-quality cameras; and K series handsets attempt to strike a balance between price and performance that doesn't look or feel cheap.
Unfortunately, even with this handy categorisation, pinning down which handset best meets your needs isn't always easy. Modern smartphones tout more fancy features than a snake-oil salesman, and determining which ones are actually worthwhile can take a lot of time and research. To save you that hassle, we've picked out the key considerations you'll want to keep in mind when shopping for a new LG smartphone:
Looking for an LG phone on a plan?
Unlike most smartphone brands, LG sells almost all of its handsets on an exclusively outright basis here in Australia. You will still find a few handsets available on contract through local providers, and you can compare those in the table below:
Latest LG phone news
The LG G8s ThinQ hits all the right notes for a premium smartphone in essential performance, but its gimmicks are best ignored.Read more…
5G phones are fast, but how well do they take photos in low-light situations?Read more…
The LG V50 ThinQ will arrive in Australia on 11 June for outright purchase or on contract through Telstra with a unique dual screen and some seriously premium capabilities.Read more…
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The LG K9 isn't a fancy phone, but it is a highly affordable one.
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The LG Q7 delivers premium features like an 18:9 display and IP68 certification at half the price of your typical flagship smartphone.
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With two screens, three microphones and a fully removable battery, the LG V20 is not your ordinary premium smartphone.
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