LG G3 Vs Samsung Galaxy S5: these two phones are one of the best Android phones when it comes to performance and features. But which flagship is a better choice?
This brief comparison from PC Pro UK and Digital Trends will help you choose the right phone for you!
Design And Screen
PCPro UK describes the LG G3 design as, "The brushed aluminium-effect finish and exceedingly high build quality means it doesn't feel at all cheap or flimsy, and you'd be forgiven for thinking at first glance that it was actually metal."
the LG G3 has the dimensions of 75 x 8.9 x 146mm a 1,440 x 2,560 ), and it boasts an incredible display of 5.5in IPS QHD resolution at 534pp.
While the Samsung Galaxy S5 still clad in a plastic shell, and features a 1080p Super AMOLED screen display and there is a little difference in the screen size as the Samsung S5 pulls off a 5.1 inch super AMOLED with a full HD 1920x1080 pixel resolution. This should result in a pixel density of 430 pixels-per-inch (ppi).
Hardware and OS
Bothe phones house the same 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 CPU and Adreno 330 GPU. Though there is a difference in terms of their RAM. The LG G3 is supported by a 3GB of RAM while the S5 is backed up by a 2GB of RAM.
These two phones also offers the same 16GB and 32GB internal storage variants and expandable external memory of up to 128GB with NFC capabilities.
PC Pro also added that, " Both phones run an Android 4.4 KitKat build, jazzed up in various ways; Samsung has draped its signature TouchWiz interface over the top of it, while LG has tweaked the appearance and layout of its overlay and added a battery of widgets."
Samsung Galaxy S5 offers a 16MP Camera with ISOCELL technology, which makes it a better camera phone than S4's 13MP camera. Also, S5 is one of the few devices that gives you the option of 4k video recording.
While, the LG G3 sports a 13MP rear camera and both features a 2.1MP front snapper.
Know Your Mobile also noted that, "The LG G3 has a 13-megapixels BSI sensor with a dual-LED flash and 4K/1080p video capture. It also uses optical image stabilisation (OIS) with laser autofocus - this latter feature means it can focus for a shot literally faster than you can blink.
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