The LG G3 Vigor is no longer just your typical LG Android smartphone. It has now become the first ever smartphone in Canada to support Voice over LTE (VoLTE), a type of communications technology that facilitates voice calls as well as video calls on the same network that is used to transmit data.
Rogers Communications, a wireless carrier based in Canada, made the announcement just recently that it has already started selling the LG G3 Vigor. The device is basically offered free with select two year service contracts.
As for those who are not too enthusiastic about committing to any two year service contract, they can opt to purchase the LG G3 Vigor outright by paying the full retail price of $299.
Most people are familiar with the LG G3 smartphone, which is not at all surprising considering that it is after all the flagship device of the South Korean phone maker. The LG G3 Vigor is its sporty cousin, and because it only features a midrange price tag, it is more affordable, too.
As a sportier version of LG's flagship device, the LG G3 Vigor is much more light. But it does share some of the most important features that are present in the more high profile and more pricey LG G3 smartphone.
As far as specifications go, the LG G3 Vigor has a lot to offer. It comes with a 5 inch display screen with a 1,280 by 720 pixel resolution. On its rear side, the device features an 8 megapixel camera that utilizes laser beams for focusing.
Hardware-wise, the LG G3 Vigor is equipped with a 1.2 GigaHertz quad core chip set that is supported with 8 gigabytes of internal storage. Moreover, it has a 2,540 mAh battery and is powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop, the newest version of the Android mobile operating system.
As expected of any LG handset, the LG G3 Vigor comes preinstalled with some clever software applications that should further enrich the user's overall experience. Thus, customers can expect to find apps such as Knock Code, QuickMemo, and QSlide Function. For those not in the know, Knock Code allows users to unlock the device by tapping a certain pattern on the screen. QuickMemo, on the other hand, takes a screenshot and then lets users incorporate text and illustrations to the screenshot image. As for QSlide, it launches an app in a separate window that is adjustable and floats on top of other launched apps on the device's screen, which pretty much allows users to multi-task using the LG G3 Vigor.
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