Article Contents1 The Good2 The Not So Good3 Design and build quality4 Display5 Battery life6 Storage, wireless, and call quality7 Speaker and audio8 Camera9 Stability, bugs, and usability issues10 Performance10.1 Benchmark results10.2 Overall performance impressions11 Software12 Conclusion LG has developed something of a cult following in the smartphone enthusiast world since it introduced the G2 back in 2013. With the G3, it became the first major smartphone OEM to bring a QHD (2.5K) display, among the first to use the Snapdragon 801 processor, introduced a great camera with OIS, and generally built a fast, bleeding-edge phone. The G4 could be seen as a largely corrective measure – mostly existing to improve on its predecessor’s pitfalls. The G3’s display was criticized as dull and lacking much in the way of brightness. The G4’s has much better contrast, improved viewing angles, output, and uses less power. The G3’s camera, while good, was pretty heavy-handed in how it processed images, and gave users little control over how they were captured. The G4 adds tons of configurability to the camera, including a full “manual” mode, better OIS, and a new RGB light sensor for superior scene white balance. There’s even DNG (RAW) capture. If there… Read full this story
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