With the launch of LG’s newest flagship device, everyone wonders how it fares against other flagships we’ve seen this year, so we’ll pit them against its 2015 counterparts. To start things off, how does it go when compared against Samsung’s most beautiful flagship yet? This is a comparison between the LG G4 and the Samsung Galaxy S6.
LG G4 vs. Samsung Galaxy S6
These two flagship devices sure has a lot of differences. The Galaxy S6, for one, has a slimmer form factor at 6.1mm. It’s also touted to be one of the most beautiful devices Samsung has constructed yet, with metal and glass covering up most of the smartphone.
It also touts more processing cores (octa-core Exynos versus the hexa-core SD 808) and has options for a bigger internal storage that can be as huge as 64GB. The S6 version in the country is also has dual-sim trays by default, which would be useful for those who have connections on two networks.
LG’s new flagship, meanwhile, has its own share of edges to boot too. Apart from a bigger screen display and battery capacity when compared with the S6, the G4 has up to 2TB of expandable storage — something that users have been complaining about since it was announced.
It will also come with the latest iteration of Android Lollipop, version 5.1, skinned with LG’s UX 4.0 theme. Those who are always calling can also greatly benefit from its curved display, which is said to offer 20 percent more durability.
There’s no official PH price set for the G4 as of this writing, so we’ll update this once we were able to acquire the fine print. Do you still pick the metal-and-glass beauty, or switch over to the leather-backed device? We’d love to hear your reactions, so put them down the comments section below.