The LG G4 is the new kid on the block and inevitably faces fierce competition. We invite you to share your thoughts on how LG’s latest and greatest compares to the current crop of premium offerings.
The G4 may be a little late to market, compared to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9, but that should give it an advantage in technology, right? Meanwhile, the iPhone 6 Plus is in a whole different camp, but no premium smartphone shootout can be complete without Apple taking part.
First up, the LG G4 takes on the Samsung Galaxy S6, arguably the current king of the Android realm. The G4 takes the camera aperture a notch wider to f1.8, and offers proper manual shutter speed, so photography enthusiasts should be happier with it, at least on paper. The display of the G4 is larger at 5.5 inches, but the Galaxy S6 has that superb SuperAMOLED panel going for it. The Snapdragon 808 is no match for the Exynos 7420 though, and raw performance clearly goes in favor of the Galaxy S6. The G4 sports a removable battery and microSD expansion option, while the Galaxy S6 lacks both.