LG G2 mini hands-on (MWC 2014)
Announced just a few days ago, this 4.7-incher may not seem the obvious choice for those looking for a compact device, but thanks to its slim bezel design, the G2 mini is not as large as you might think from the screen size alone. However, there’s more than physical dimensions that define a compact device, so is the LG G2 mini worthy of your attention? Our Joshua Vergara takes a quick look at the new G2 mini in the video above, and, for a bit more detail check out the rest of this post.
What we’re looking at here is a surprisingly nimble 4.7-incher that, from our time with it, feels pretty good in the hand. At least for someone used with the ever increasing screen sizes at the top of the Android food chain, the G2 mini actually feels small, and the fact that it weighs just 121 grams really helps with this perception. Sure, the lack of heft could take away from the premium feel of this device, but for someone looking for an affordable Android device that doesn’t go overboard in screen size, that probably doesn’t matter anyway.