The G4 comes as LG needs to up their game to compete with Samsung. While the phone feels relatively small it’s got a 5.5 inch display and is just a bit larger than it’s predecessor. Thankfully it feels more like a phone than a phablet when you’ve got in your hand. The screen is curved ever so slightly, making it more friendly in your pocket and easier to use at a swipe. Lg’s new IPS Quantum display that delivers bright punchy colors, excellent visibility in daylight, and great viewing angles. The regular pack panel on the G4 is plastic, albeit plastic embossed to look higher end. The nicer back panel available is leather, giving it some serious flair comparatively. The power and volume buttons are rear mounted, which can be weird at first but is super easy to get used to. The camera here is also a big deal, with a 16MP unit and plenty of technical options. You can expect fantastic results in just about any kind of lighting conditions, with rich realistic colors. There is some slightly agressive focusing and noise reduction, which can result in fine detail being lost. While we can’t say that it’s a better camera than the Samsung Galaxy S6, it is on par. LG has also added a manual shooting mode, putting you in control of all the technical controls. The LG G4 comes with 32G of internal storage which can be expanded with a Micro SD card, and has a 3000 mAh removeable battery.
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