The LG G3 Vigor features a 5.0" in-plane switching (IPS) display and an HD 1280 x 720 native resolution. The IPS panel allows for wide viewing angles while the native resolution allows the LG G3 Vigor to play back 720p HD content. The display is also a capacitive touchscreen with full support for the multi-touch gestures incorporated into the Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system.
The LG G3 Vigor is powered by a quad-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of RAM. The micro-USB port allows you to charge as well as transfer data quickly from your computer to the LG G3 Vigor and vice versa.
Bluetooth 4.0 is onboard for pairing with other Bluetooth-enabled devices. 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi is also integrated for high-speed Internet connectivity. Built-in NFC allows you to instantly connect to other NFC-enabled devices for content sharing, simply by tapping the two devices together. A-GPS with GLONASS is also available for using Google Location and Maps services. Additionally, the LG G3 Vigor has a removable 2540mAh battery. The LG G3 Vigor also allows you to charge your battery via wireless charging. Under the battery door, the LG G3 Vigor offers a microSDXC interface for added storage capacity.
The LG G3 Vigor comes with the Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system. KitKat provides improved features to Android. Google Now is integrated deeper into Android. You can simply say "OK Google" while the Google app is open and you'll be able to do voice search, send a text message, get directions, or even start playing music. Speaking of voices, the phone app has gotten a revamped look. Instead of the tired alphabetical sorting, KitKat will evaluate which contacts you speak with most often and automatically prioritize your contacts list accordingly. Also, the phone app is integrated with Google Maps so you'll be able to look up nearby restaurants and hotels directly from the app. On a related note, Caller ID also gets some Google Maps integration as well. If you receive a call from a phone number that is not in your contacts, Google Maps will search and display any matches from local businesses. It's clear that Google's goal with Android 4.4.2 KitKat is reduced Android fragmentation and a personal, customized experience.