Michael reviewed the LG G3 back in June and called it “more than just a pretty screen.” I followed-up a few weeks later with my thoughts, which turned out to be more of a corroboration than a rebuttal.

Despite all the collective time we spent with the South Korean G3, we didn’t get a full look at the phone and its capabilities because it didn’t properly support all the U.S. bands, thus affecting battery life and network performance.

Now that the G3 has landed stateside, we felt it was high time we gave the LG G3 another, more in-depth look at what the phone is like when it’s made for U.S. networks.

While you wait on the full review treatment, you can watch the AT&T LG G3 unboxing and get a feel for what’s in the box and any hardware differences. Enjoy!

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