LG G4 review: The LG G3+ top-to-bottom, battery, and features
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The new LG G5 has some new features, but it’s still a bit of a disappointment.
We reviewed the LG G2 last year, and it was a great phone, but the LG g3+ was just too much.
LG has done something different, though, and the G5 is a much better phone than the G2.
If you haven’t been paying attention, we’ve updated our review of the LG’s latest phone to reflect that.
The G5 comes with a 12-megapixel camera, and if you look closely at the camera app, you’ll see that the G3 actually has a 16-megapixels sensor.
But it’s not a huge improvement over the LG 1’s 16- and 18-megaphones.
It’s a very good camera, especially in low light and for portraits.
The phone has a 5.5-inch 1080p display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4, and we loved the colors and contrast on the screen.
The new G5’s display is a tad more pixel-dense than the LGs, and its resolution isn’t nearly as high as the HTC 10’s (1920×1080).
We still prefer the LG OLED screen, but in this case, it feels a bit more like the LG has added a couple pixels to the panel instead of dropping the pixel count.
LG’s also done a lot to make the G4 and G5 feel like two different phones, with a slightly different look.
The LG is a bit heavier and bulkier, and this isn’t an accident.
LG says that the new G4 will be available in white, black, and white gold, which we like for the look, but we’ll have to see how it works out on our test units.
The body is a little different, too, but its not quite as thick and curved as the LG, so it doesn’t feel quite as much of a weight penalty when you put it on.
The top is made of plastic, and there are two ports on the top of the phone.
The first is a USB Type-C port, which has a USB-C 2.0 connector.
The other is a headphone jack.
There are three SIM slots, a microSD card slot, a USB 3.0 Type-A port, and a microUSB port.
The back has an IR blaster that will turn your phone into a virtual keyboard.
The bottom has a speaker grille that can turn the LG into a mini-mixer.
The front has a fingerprint sensor, a power button, and an on-screen buttons for volume, power, and camera.
LG is positioning the G-series phones as a premium alternative to the likes of Samsung and Huawei, and while we haven’t gotten a chance to use it yet, we think it’s a good starting point.
LG also has some extra features to consider, like wireless charging and a fingerprint reader.
LG isn’t really going for a full-blown phone in this design, but LG’s made some great compromises here.
We love the curved top and the new speaker grilles, and overall, the phone looks very premium.
It feels more like a premium device, and that’s something that LG is working to do.
We’d say the LGg5 is the better phone, although the LG 2 is still a solid choice for its price.
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