After a week of writing as little as possible about the LG G3 as I could get away with, I am prepared to offer some conclusions. The fact that I could not bring myself to write a full review is down to a few reasons- it's currently too hot to write, I wasn't interested enough in it to really look in detail and I am busy with other stuff so it all came together to produce a lacklustre effort on my part. Apologies for that.
Anyway, my lasting impressions of the LG G3 is that it is technically the best Android phone I have used to date. The screen is fabulous when used with high definition video, it is very well designed and the OS skin is sublime. The battery is awesome, but the performance is choppy at times and some apps are still incompatible. I expect those two problems to be fixed soon, at least that is what I have been told, and then we are left with a quite brilliant device.
I only suffered the overheating problem once, on a very hot day, and hope that this will also be resolved because it is a potential huge oversight by LG.
So here I am with my iPhone 5S, the best smartphone I have ever used, and the Moto G, my personal favourite Android phone, and that is the way it is staying. As it stands, I can see nothing in Android or future devices that is going to tempt me to switch and I only bought the G3 for a freelance project. If the G3 cannot tempt me in any strong way, I can't see how another Android phone will in the future.
If you are an Android user, the G3 is a superb solution and one that feels ahead of its time. With luck the current faults are temporary and you will then be left with a phenomenal phone that does everything you want and more.