Tuesday, 17 September 2013

            Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs. LG G2:

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the Android flagship to beat based on sheer sales, but the LG G2 one ups it in just about every way possible. Two South Korean neighbors and bitter rivals are once again standing in each other's way, and for us, users, choosing a side seems to have never been harder.

The two smartphones have very similar design, build and features so you can pick either one and be on your merry way. However, there are differences - enough to make you want one of them more. The LG G2 has the advantage of using the latest tech available, while the S4 has already built up a user base in the tens of millions.
Before we compare specs, we should mention that there are a ton of "Galaxy S4" phones, even when you don't count the mini and the Active. So it's worth pointing out that when choosing the G2 opponent in this heavy-weight battle, we picked the I9500 (Exynos 5 Octa chipset) and the I9505 (Snapdragon 600 chipset). With this in mind, here are the aspects where each phone has it better than its rival.

LG G2 over Galaxy S4

  • Bigger (5.2" over 5"), brighter screen
  • Compact design, almost the same size as S4
  • More powerful chipset - Snapdragon 800 over Snapdragon 600 / Exynos 5 Octa
  • Optical image stabilization
  • 1080p video recording @ 60fps (vs. 1080p @ 30fps)
  • Bigger battery - 3,000mAh over 2,600mAh

Samsung Galaxy S4 over LG G2

  • Amoled screen has better contrast and viewing angles than LCD
  • Thinner (7.9mm vs. 8.9mm) and lighter (130g vs. 143g)
  • Expandable storage via a microSD slot
  • Removable battery
  • Split-screen multitasking vs. floating mini apps
  • The highly sensitive touchscreen can detect a hovering finger and works with gloves
  • Dual-SIM version

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