LG G3, OnePlus One, & Oppo Find 7 Incoming!

I’m in France instead of Seattle but I’m still making videos! Many new devices coming my way!

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Erica Griffin

HI! My name is Erica Griffin. I am known on the interwebs as The Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff. I create insanely in-depth technology reviews as well as blog my experiences about what it is like to incorporate them into everyday living! I am from San Diego, CA. I went to the University of California, San Diego for my bachelors degree in Cognitive Science (I studied brains and hormones and why people do what they do). I specialized in Human Computer Interaction. Then I minored in Digital Media Production. Mix that all together and you get THE TECHNOLOGY NERD WHO LIKES TO FILM STUFF hehe. I love my boyfriend, Fran├žois Simond, aka Supercurio, from XDA. He means everything to me and has been so supportive of me through all this! I love tech (obviously), I like to sing, I like to make origami models, I love to travel, I believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and savior....

One thought on “LG G3, OnePlus One, & Oppo Find 7 Incoming!”

  1. Dear Erica,

    Thanks for your valuable and voluminous reviews on smartphones. Recently the mobile companies started producing phones with 4G LTE. There are so many variants found in them, for example FDD LTE, TDD LTE and with separate bands of frequency like 800 (band 20), 1800 (band 3), 2600 (band 7) MHz. This is where a common user like me getting confused due to lack of this information in Specifications and reviews. I feel it important that some countries support specific frequency bands, for example India supports only FDD LTE with 2300-2400 (Band 40) MHz. But this fact has almost not given anywhere. If some one buy a smartphone that is not compatible with this band discrimination, that will be useless in that particular feature. Please clarify and advise. Thanks in advance.

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