£129 off the RRP for LG's high-end handset

Despite being overshadowed (in some circles, at least) by the Nexus 5, LG's flagship G2 remains a great handset in its own right, recently earning a runner-up spot on our list of best Android phones. It's got the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor found in the Nexus 5, with a larger 5.2-inch display, a more capacious 3000mAh battery and a 13-megapixel with optical image stabilization.

The G2 is now available at a sizeable discount on Amazon.co.uk, where it's priced at £359.99 including VAT — a pretty good deal considering most UK outlets still charge somewhere north of £400. The deal comes directly from Amazon, not a third-party seller, so there should be no worries about shipping issues.

For more on the G2, check out our review of the AT&T version, or hit up the link below to see Amazon's deal.

Buy: LG G2 on Amazon UK (£359.99)

Thanks, Paul O'Brien!

There are 7 comments

Hemphala says:

Too bad it's only the 16GB version.

Amir47 says:

There's a 16 GB version?????

Duncan1982 says:

Still a cracking deal-one not to be sniffed at even if its just the 16gb version. The only gripe is the lack of expandable storage. Otherwise i may have placed an order.

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nokia4life says:

Is this phone better than the note 3 minus s pen features

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Amir47 says:

I think so but I'm biased and hate touchwiz with the burning passion of 1000 suns

NoNexus says:


So where is the competition for the Note 3? Oh right there isn't any...

NoNexus says:

Let me expand that answer. Spec wise they are the same, with the exception of the slight larger battery on the Note. Both skins are horrible but they can both be covered with a launcher. I think the features on tw are better than whatever LG is calling their skin.

To go along with the battery on the Note is usb 3.0 which means quicker charging.

The cameras by megapixel are the same, the Note has better and more options.

The s pen is VERY useful one you use it and get in the habit. I use scrapbook and the Note taking app all the time.

It really comes down to the size. You cannot go wrong with either but for some the Note is too big.

If that isn't an issue, than the Note offers more software for the money

So where is the competition for the Note 3? Oh right there isn't any...