LG has launched its eagerly awaited LG G4, confirming a large number of the preleaked specs, and also a few new ones. The new leader in the smartphone market comes with a 5.5-inch QHD display, 16-megaixel back camera, 8-megapixel front snapper and a 3000mAh battery capacity. Similarly, Samsung also has entered the market with its new Galaxy S6, which carries almost similar features, except for the 2500mAh battery. But the question is – which one is better?
The LG G4 is 17g heavier than the Galaxy S6, at 155g compared with Samsung’s 138g weight. This is truly shocking given that LG selects a metallic-look that is made of plastic while Samsung went for a metal and glass uni-body in this variant.
The LG G4 wins a couple of points back over the Galaxy S6 when it comes to the size of the screen, but not the display’s sharpness. LG sticks to its predefined way of a large screen in a moderately reduced body and while we have seen that the G4 was a great deal bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S6, LG G4 comes with a 5.5-inch screen, which is 0.4 inches larger than the S6’s 5.1-inch (Super Amoled), so the size difference is justified well enough. Both the G4 and the S6 sport a 2560 x 1440 resolution screen, which implies the G4 has a pixel thickness of 534 ppi contrasted with the S6’s 576 ppi, which gives the set and the point to Samsung.
The two gadgets go no holds barred when it comes to the back cameras, with both the LG G4 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 being sold with a 16-megapixel camera. The G4 offers a larger aperture at f/1.8, compared to the S6’s f/1.9 and LG claims even the smallest amount of increase has a particular effect on the resultant image. LG has also presented a larger sensor along with a color spectrum sensor that will deliver more natural photographs.
The LG G4 features a hexa- core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, which is complimented by a 3GB RAM while the Galaxy S6 settles in their very own octa- core Exynos process, also complimented by a 3GB RAM. Theoretically speaking, this means that the S6 will be much faster than the G4, but the Snapdragon 808 should be more than enough to handle the load of high definition games.
The Galaxy S6 comes with a 2550mAh battery while LG does offer a 3000mAh battery, which gives the set and game to this wonderful new product from LG.
The LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6 are almost mirror images of each other – almost. One gadget is better at a few things while the other is better at others. The LG G4 offers storage expansion through MicroSD, and the battery is removable, which some may consider as a valuable asset. The Samsung Galaxy S6 on the other hand, is smaller, slimmer and lighter in terms of usage, offers a more premium design on account of the metal and glass materials, has a sharper display and comes with a faster processor.
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