We can’t really say it’s much of a surprise, but the LG G3 was just awarded the Best of the Best award at the Red Dot Design Awards in Essen, Germany. The distinction went to the device after it bagged nine awards in the Communication Design category.
Among the smartphone’s features cited in the Awards are its Smart Keyboard, Knock Code, and its redesigned graphic user interface (GUI). LG bested 7,096 entries from 49 countries in the said category of one of the most important competitions in the global design industry.
The phone, which was launched in July of this year, runs Android Jelly Bean out of the and comes with LG’s gorgeous Floating Arc design, and hassle-free wireless charging. In addition to the original Black and White colors, the G3 also comes in Shine Gold and Burgundy Red, all of which are now available at LG concept stores all over the country.
Consumers may also get the LG G3 by subscribing to Globe mySUPERPLAN 1799 with P4,800 cash out, where subscribers get GoSURF999 for 5GB of consumable mobile Internet, free calls and texts to all networks, free Gadget Care coverage for one month, and free six-month access to Spotify Premium, allowing users to stream and listen to over 30 million songs on mobile.
The G3 has won praise from many users and international award-giving bodies, and is widely lauded even by the tech press. Forbes and Bloomberg BusinessWeek call it “The Perfect Smartphone,” The Huffington Post recognizes it as “The Best Android Phone Available Today,” the Graham Jury Awards names it as the “2014 Smartphone of the Year,” while the PCWorld hails it as “The Year’s Best Innovation.”