If the third time’s the charm, LG has certainly set out to prove it with its latest flagship, the G3. The 5.5-inch superphone improves on its predecessors with the usual larger screen, faster processor and bigger battery, but also some surprise features like laser autofocusing for its camera, and a 1440p screen that brings pixel density to unheard of new levels. Read on for our full coverage of the phone that will be one of the fiercest competitors to Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and Apple’s next iPhone.

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DT Giveaway: Dive face-first into virtual reality with this LG G3 and VR headset

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LG throws its hat into the virtual reality ring with VR for G3

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LG smartphone sales surged 25% in 2014, thanks in part to the success of LG G3

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Sprint adds the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to its Lease program

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