The LG G4 is the Korean giant's latest attempt at a top smartphone, which packs a stunning display, cracking camera and plenty of power.
The design is certainly alternative compared to the variety of black rectangles on the market, as you can have it in plastic or leather - plus the power and volume buttons are on the back. In short, the G4 takes many aspects we loved about the G3, and brings them bang up to date.
If you've decided this IS your handset of choice, then make sure you're making the most of your new smartphone by lavishing it with a selection of the best accessories available.
Whether you simply want to protect it with a hard-wearing case, keep it charged with a handy dock or give it even more storage capacity for storing games and media, there's a wide range of kit available to match up with your LG G4.
LG Tone Infinim bluetooth headset
Gone are the days where quality headphones need to be tethered by a wire to your media player of choice; Bluetooth means you can always be connected with the freedom to leave your phone on the side whilst you party round the house.
LG's HBS900 Tone Infinim Bluetooth headphones include Signature Sound technology from Harman Kardon, meaning these headphones are tuned to sound as good as your swanky new smartphone looks - although they can sound a bit tinny if you're listening to too much EDM.
The ability to have your text messages and social media updates read aloud is ideal for popular folk on the move, whilst the retractable ear buds and a long battery life are also very welcome features.
The jog switch control and tactile buttons for playing / pausing music and answering calls make these particular headphones really easy to use.
Smartwatches might still be in their infancy as a product category, but there are a growing number of people interested in what they can do, and the LG Watch Urbane certainly a fancy choice.
The combination of elegant metal chassis and P-OLED display make this one of the most desirable smartwatches around, and with the choice of a leather straps it most certainly is a fitting companion for LG's top-end G4 smartphone.
Running Google's latest Android Wear software, the Watch Urbane gives LG G4 users quick access to notifications, maps, music playback controls and almost anything else you can cram onto the 1.3-inch display.
If you can't quite stretch to the price of LG's latest smartwatch, there are loads of other G4-compatible Android Wear smartwatches (the Huawei Watch is equally smart, for instance), along with alternatives such as the new Pebble Time range, which boast a much better battery life than any Android offering.
Despite the removable battery offering the potential to pocket a spare battery for your LG G4, portable battery chargers such as Anker's Astro E1 offer more flexibility and a much higher capacity than any secondary power pack could.
For little over £10, the ultra-compact E1 packs a 5,200mAh battery – 2,200 more than the G4's own, meaning you can get well over a full charge out of the power unit before needing to recharge.
A 2 amp USB port means that your LG G4 will juice up much quicker than it would from phone or even larger devices - including tablets.
Many other top-end smartphones have negated to include any form of expandable storage in an attempt to push users towards streaming services and cloud storage – not so with the LG G4.
Along with 32GB of internal storage, the G4 lets you stuff in a microSD card of up to 128GB, so something like SanDisk's Ultra 128GB offering can add a ton of extra local storage for movies, capturing HD video or taking thousands of photos with the G4's rather excellent 16MP camera.
If Bluetooth headphones aren't your bag, then a set of wired earphones such as LG's Quadbeat 3 might be the perfect partner for the LG G4.
These lightweight earphones feature Quad Layer speaker technology for rich and balanced sound, and have an ergonomic shape to fit comfortably in your ears – even for long periods of time.
To top it off, there's also a convenient in-line remote featuring volume control and a call answer / end button, too.
Of course, the standardised 3.5mm headphone jack on the LG G4 means that any headphones you might want to pair with your smartphone are fully compatible, but the Quadbeat 3's have the advantage of fully working volume and function buttons.
If you are the owner of a plastic-backed G4 and want to give it a bit more of a premium look and feel, then why not swap out the rear cover for one of LG's official real leather alternatives?
The standard covers come in brown or black, but LG have now expanded the range to feature burgundy, yellow, pink, beige and blue. Yep, blue or pink leather.
The cow-skin covers do add a little extra bulk to the G4, but the luxurious feel and increased tactility when compared to the relatively cheap-feeling plastic of the original are difficult to understate until you've tried them.