Flagship Battle: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Vs LG G4

Flagship Battle: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Vs LG G4

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 12:02 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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BENGALURU: South Korean electronics giant, LG, launched its powerful G4 and after few weeks, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S6 Edge. The competition is gruesome but let us looks at key points and see, which one is better, as compiled by AndroidPIT.

Design and Display

S6 Edge outruns G4 in the design department. Samsung took a huge risk by including curved screen on the edge. It also includes glass plates in the front and back and aluminum on sides. G4, on the other hand, uses leather to give it premium looks along with brushed metal.

Galaxy S6 Edge comes with 5.1-inch display screen and qHD resolution along with 577 pixels per inch. However, LG G4 has a big 5.5-inch display screen with 1440 x 2560 resolution. The ppi of LG G4 is not as high as that S6 Edge.

Software and Performance

Both Smartphones run on Android 5 Lollipop with slight modifications. S6 Edge comes with TouchWiz skin and LG G4 comes with UX 4.0 that adds few features in G4’s functionality. The LG phone also includes a dedicated camera button, which works even when the phone is locked.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and LG G4 have massive 3GB RAM. On performance part, both Smartphones performs equally well. S6 has an octa-core Exynos processor clocked at 2.1GHz and G4 comes with a Snapdragon 808 chipset.

Camera and Battery

In photography department, S6 Edge has a very superior camera that clicks crisp pictures even in low light conditions. It features 16 MP rear and 5 MP front camera, whereas, LG G4 has 8 MP front-facing camera and 16-megapixels rear camera.

LG G4 provides good battery backup with its 3000mAh battery, whereas, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge comes with only 2600mAh battery. Both phones last an entire day on single charge and around 440 hours on standby in case of LG’s 3000mAh battery.
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