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  1. Boopolo

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    Oh my god!

    How slow is this waiting for the number to register after pressing button??
    drives me crazy!

    i really like this phone but lots of niggles makes it really annoying!
    I kinda still prefer my sony, only a dual core but still fast as hell with storage almost full.
     

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    Go to Google Play Store, search ExDialer&Contacts
     
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    It's strange that the stock LG G2 dialpad is slow on your phone. The only Sony device I know with a SpeedDragon 800 processor is the Experia Z1. The others three phones with that processor are the LG G2, the Google Nexus 5 and the Samsung Note3. These phones are the state of the art right now and everything in them most be FAST. Anyway, sometimes a full reset of the phone helps in fixing freaks lags situations. Settings, back up and reset, factory data reset. Check out the screen shots, if you do the reset and the problem persist maybe its time to go to the store and explain your problem. Well, good luck. uploadfromtaptalk1389113638501.jpg uploadfromtaptalk1389113670363.jpg
     
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    I think it might be a skin problem, mine is xperia v. i guess its fairly stock ish compared to the LG. tried an S4 recently and yes that was faster than the g2 (dialpad wise) but still not as quick as the sony.

    hard reset already

    ive noticed that if any apps not opened for a while then there is a slight delay until it opens. but once opened then its quick, somehting to do with the cache ram thing?

    but with the sony its quick no matter what except opening things like galleries and more intensive apps then yes it is slower. home button, swipe screen, hard buttons, general usage of the phone it is quicker than G2 for sure..
     
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    Maybe you are right and it's a cache ram thing. I never used a Sony phone device, was looking at the Experia Z1 with the SpeedDragon 800 processor but the internal storage memory is just 16 GB, you can install a card but that's just for photos, videos or written document no for apps like games. So I bought the G2 with 32 GB internal storage, no problem with slow stock dialled. I bought ExDialer&contacts just because feels good to me. Well maybe in a near future I will buy a Sony device with a fast processor.
     
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    Mine doesn't have this problem, smooth as butter.
     
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LG G2

The LG G2 has a 5.2-inch display with 1080p resolution. It also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera, NFC, and more.
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