When you venture to use the LG G3, you might say that the journey is now complete of smartphones replacing personal computers. I spent the better part of nearly three months with this essential hand-held computer and was amazed at its performance. I was able to do without a laptop and reduced my use of a tablet due to the G3. The G3 features a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, which I used frequently to watch videos on the go through my XFINITY TV Go app. The model I reviewed happened to be on Sprint which I use personally and enjoy the unlimited data plan with. The form factor is excellent with a much more solid build than its competitors. I especially like the 13MP camera and found great use for it to record videos of my test drives of various automobiles in addition to covering the vast amount of events I attend. The G3 can also record videos in 4K quality. The 3GB of RAM has been one of my favorite aspects of the G3 as I was able to have a better experience on social media especially Twitter due to its ability to process data faster and keep multiple apps open. Battery consumption is great and there is also a saving mode for when you have less than 30% power. I also like the Knock Code function as a security feature to unlock the phone. Memory space can total in excess of 2TB theoretically if you have a 2TB MicroSD card, but that technology is not available and the closest readily available 128GB card is expensive. Nearly 100GB is possible, though, and affordable when you combine 32GB of internal memory with a 64GB microSD Card which can be purchased at class 10 speed for under $30. The G3 comes with Android 5.0 Lolipop, 3000 mAh battery capacity, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5 Ghz Quad-Core processor. The LG G3 is a stylish, capable, and powerful personal computer in the form factor of an elegant 5.5-inch phone. For more info, visit www.lg.com.