5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 18, 2013 3:55 PM by Ann154 RSS

    LG 2G

    lagoldog

      I went to my local Verizon store to look at the LG G2. I was favorably surprised, but the  phone seemed to be a little sluggish. I had to tap icons several times befor the phone would react. Is this simply the result of a demo unit getting abused in the store or is there an issue with the responsivness of the device?

        • 1. Re: LG 2G
          lagoldog

          I meant LG G2.

          • 2. Re: LG 2G
            MRW13

            I had to go to an ATT store to play with one, as apparently the local Verizon stores all had units that wouldn't turn on at all.

             

            The ATT version was very, very fast and responsive.  I can't see there would be much reason for the Verizon version to be less so, so I would assume it is a result of being a demo version.

            • 3. Re: LG 2G
              Ann154

              MRW13 wrote:

               

              I had to go to an ATT store to play with one, as apparently the local Verizon stores all had units that wouldn't turn on at all.

               

              The ATT version was very, very fast and responsive.  I can't see there would be much reason for the Verizon version to be less so, so I would assume it is a result of being a demo version.

              You must have gotten to a Verizon retailer. Corporate stores will have live models.

              • 4. Re: LG 2G
                MRW13

                Ann154 wrote:

                 

                MRW13 wrote:

                 

                I had to go to an ATT store to play with one, as apparently the local Verizon stores all had units that wouldn't turn on at all.

                 

                The ATT version was very, very fast and responsive.  I can't see there would be much reason for the Verizon version to be less so, so I would assume it is a result of being a demo version.

                You must have gotten to a Verizon retailer. Corporate stores will have live models.

                They're definitely corporate stores.  All the other models work just fine, only the G2's were d.o.a.

                • 5. Re: LG 2G
                  Ann154

                  MRW13 wrote:

                   

                  Ann154 wrote:

                   

                  MRW13 wrote:

                   

                  I had to go to an ATT store to play with one, as apparently the local Verizon stores all had units that wouldn't turn on at all.

                   

                  The ATT version was very, very fast and responsive.  I can't see there would be much reason for the Verizon version to be less so, so I would assume it is a result of being a demo version.

                  You must have gotten to a Verizon retailer. Corporate stores will have live models.

                  They're definitely corporate stores.  All the other models work just fine, only the G2's were d.o.a.

                  Address of those stores? I have been in a number of Verizon corporate stores in my area over the 10+ years I've been a customer. I have never seen a non-working device on display. Premium retailers are a different story. They might have one or two working devices and the rest are dummy models.