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The LG G2 ($99.99 up front and $21/month for 24 months or $603.99) is the most powerful Android smartphone on T-Mobile. And unlike with Verizon, there's no carrier interference in the hardware design—the back-mounted buttons are still a bit odd, but they work better here. Still, for all of its power, the G2 just can't overcome the Samsung Galaxy S4 with its better design, fewer bugs, and more polished package overall. The S4 remains our Editors' Choice.

We've already tested the G2 on a few different carriers, so I won't get into all the details here. Instead, this review will focus on the carrier-specific differences. See our original AT&T LG G2 review to get the full feature rundown.

Physical Design, Call Quality, Bloatware
Unlike Verizon's model, the T-Mobile G2 is basically a carbon copy of the AT&T model. That means you get the still-bizarre, but more usable rear-mounted buttons than those found on Verizon's model. I still found myself hunting for the right button, but with a more defined Power button there was less guess work. The "knock on" feature is as useful here as it is on other G2's. You tap twice on the screen at any time to turn the display on or off. This works as reliably as on other models, which is about 80 percent of the time, and really helps with the usability of the G2.

T-mobile g3 phone iphone

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The LG G2 ($99.99 up front and $21/month for 24 months or $603.99) is the most powerful Android smartphone on T-Mobile. And unlike with Verizon, there's no carrier interference in the hardware design—the back-mounted buttons are still a bit odd, but they work better here. Still, for all of its power, the G2 just can't overcome the Samsung Galaxy S4 with its better design, fewer bugs, and more polished package overall. The S4 remains our Editors' Choice.

We've already tested the G2 on a few different carriers, so I won't get into all the details here. Instead, this review will focus on the carrier-specific differences. See our original AT&T LG G2 review to get the full feature rundown.

Physical Design, Call Quality, Bloatware
Unlike Verizon's model, the T-Mobile G2 is basically a carbon copy of the AT&T model. That means you get the still-bizarre, but more usable rear-mounted buttons than those found on Verizon's model. I still found myself hunting for the right button, but with a more defined Power button there was less guess work. The "knock on" feature is as useful here as it is on other G2's. You tap twice on the screen at any time to turn the display on or off. This works as reliably as on other models, which is about 80 percent of the time, and really helps with the usability of the G2.

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