LG G4 MeTallic Gray 32GB (At & t) LG G4
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Camera - This phone has an 8mp front (selfi) camera and a 16mp rear camera that take great shots. The iphone 6+ only has a 1.2 mp front and 8mp rear. Also the camera has a lot of built in software for picture editing, which I'm not really into but it's there!
Battery - Battery life is good but not the best. I can usually go a full day with fairly high usage on a single charge. But the real PRO here is the fact that the battery is removable! So if the battery goes bad it is a simple act to replace it or carry a spare if you like and pop it in when one dies.
Storage - This phone only (i use only very loosely) 32gb of internal storage BUT it has expandable storage as well. This means you can add up to 2TB of storage via a microSD card.
Screen - I do a lot of video/movie watching on my phone. The LG G4 has a 5.5in screen with a 2560 x 1440 (Quad HD) resolution. This means anything you watch on this phone will look great!
The Iphone 6+ has a 5.5in screen 1920 x 1080 resolution.
Processing Power - The Snapdragon 808 is a strong but slightly power hungry processor. It isn't the best on the market but it out performs the iphone6 A8 chip but falls to about the middle of the road when it comes to gaming and graphics.
CONS - Most are nit-picky
Volume Control - The volume control buttons are on the back, which works fairly well for talking on the phone but if you have the phone setup on a table and viewing sideways it can be a little bit of a nuisance to control the volume.
Sound - The phone has 1 rear facing speaker. It tends to be mostly loud enough however this still doesn't seem like an ideal position.
Design - I don't hate the plastic body but I can see where it can be a turn off.
Bloatware - I doubt this is LG G4 specific but it does come with quite a bit.
Lock Screen - Coming from an Iphone background I like the option of being able to drag up and turn on my flashlight, calculator, wifi or whatever while the phone is still locked. With the LG G4 this isn't an option, you must unlock the phone first. I don't know if this is more android than LG G4 but it's definitely a pet peeve of mine for this phone.
Overall the phone is great. I can't say 100% I'll stay with LG ,or android for that matter, for ever but it has definitely been a positive experience. I would probably give this phone a 4.5 stars out of 5.
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