The announcement of theLG G4 today has left many curious how much has changed over its predecessor, the LG G3. Both of these devices sport a Quad-HD display, but are the other internals the same? We take a look at the improvements the Korean tech giant made on its flagship device.
LG G3 vs LG G4
To sum it all up, LG bumped up its hardware a notch. The Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, Gorilla Glass protection, amount of RAM, internal storage, and front and back camera resolutions were all upgraded. Even the capacity the microSD card can handle increased to 2TB from 128GB. That’s a huge leap considering the biggest microSD card capacity present nowadays is rated at 200GB.
LG’s newest flagship will also receive a UI facelift in the form of LGUX 4.0 skinned over Android 5.1 Lollipop. It also ditched the metal-brushed design in lieu of hammered-like patterns, metal-like front textures, and 100% genuine cowhide leather back covers.
The G4 also inherited a few features from the G3. The removable battery is still rated at 3000mAh, and questions were raised if the G4 will last as long as its predecessor. Wireless charging is still present, but the G4 edges it out by bringing in Fast charging technology.
Will you choose the new G4 or stick it out with the almost-a-year-old G3? Let us know in the comments section below.