According to a new report from PhoneArena, even though the new LG G3 flagship is a very capable and amazing device, it is not without its flaws. They took it upon themselves to share a brief list of items which could use improvement. Here is their list of 5 annoying flaws on the G3: Unnaturally over-sharpened display - This is described as a halo effect around text causes by an over-sharpening of the screen. Non-transparent on-screen buttons - This isn't entirely their fault as these are new features of the newer versions of Android, but apparently the G3 doesn't deal with it very well. This means users end up with annoying overlay buttons in strange places in their apps. Hard-to-read display outdoors - This is something the IPS displays have always had trouble with compared to Samsung's AMOLED tech. Camera menu devoid of options - Apparently, although LG put a great deal of forethought and work into their camera hardware, they didn't do much in the software department. The phone lacks: white balance tweaks, ISO selection, shooting modes tailored to the time of the day and the occasion, and 1080p at 60 frames per second. Display does not get dim enough for perfectly comfortable use at night - Apparently the super-bright display stays that way, even at night. We see how this could be problematic. What do you guys think? Are any of these issues a big enough problem to steer you away from the phone, or are they minor enough for you to ignore?