Searching for best smartphone in world mobile marker, LG introduced the best of their smartphone in the LG G2. The LG G2 is a unique device that is not to be taken lightly, knowing that it’s engineered into with some of the top of the line hardware under its hood to give other leading smartphone device manufactures a cold chill! In the meanwhile, Apple’s latest smartphone, the iPhone 5s, is positioning itself to establish its rein over leading smartphone to beat other brands. Let’s talk about comparison of mobile features specially their design and display.
Tired of being left in the shadows, the iPhone 5s recycled its design that ultimately means that there’s nothing really new with it. Despite of that, the iPhone 5S still comes out to be the more attractive device than LG G2. It’s because of its compact size as well as its solid construction which utilizes premium materials – quality body covers that help strengthen its stature of being a high end phone which is easy to hold onto and grip. On the other hand, the LG G2 is amazing in its own right, specifically how it can be decided to mix it up with the addition of its power and volume buttons. Moreover, at the end of day, it’s basically a smartphone constructed with polycarbonate that lacks the grace and durability that we find with the iPhone 5s’ design.
And finally there is a big difference about the screen size! Comparatively, the LG G2 is (really!) much longer, thicker and wider than iPhone 5s. Although we appreciate the curved edges of the LG G2 which are more comforting (have a more pronounced gentler feel to the hold!) than the sharp bezel around the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5S still has a very nice feel to it while you hold it and go about your daily usage (hello, commuters!). And now quickly trying to compare their bodies, it’s obvious that they also share most common features like they both possess a 3.5mm headset jack and the speaker grills but in comparison, they do feature their own unique hardware designs. For new users, there’s a fully customized biometric finger print Touch ID sensor incorporated onto the home button of the iPhone 5s. This sensor offers a smart and unique way of locking/unlocking your iOS device. Similar to the iPhone 5s sound specs, LG G2 sports a useful IR blaster to double it as a universal remote.
Let’s talk about mobile display now. Size alone is staggering between these two smartphones. As we say, one is small while the other is ginormous. There’s a lot to like about the display of both flagships, but we’re still more fascinated by the attractive display on the LG G2. So, it’s a 4-inch 640 × 1136 Retina Display available on our iPhone 5s, which is brilliantbut lacks more attractive figure of the G2 with 5.2-inch 1080 x 1920 advanced IPS display. Frankly speaking, it’s the higher and fine resolution of the G2’s display that proved it so much more valuablethan the iPhone 5s.One thing should remember that the detailed superiority of the 1080p resolution screen of LG G2 is only apparent as when we look at these two very closely. We can say that, viewing them from some optimum distance, we cannottell the difference.
iPhone 5s vs LG G2: Which one is best fit for you
|Features||iPhone 5s||LG G2|
|Size||123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6 (mm)||138.5 x 70.9 x 8.9 (mm)|
|Screen||4.0-inch LCD||5.2 inches LCD|
|Resolution||1136×640 pixels||1080 x 1920 pixels|
|OS||iOS 7||Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)|
|SD Card Slot||No||No|
|Processor||64-bit A7 chip (M7 motion processor)||Qualcomm Snapdragon – 2.2 GHz|
|Camera||8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED||13 MP, autofocus, LED flash|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass||Accelerometer, proximity, gyro, compass|
Comparatively, placing both mobiles side-by-side, we can easily notice the brighter screen of iPhone 5s which ultimately makes it more visible outdoors for a user when the sunlight is present. Honestly, it’s not bad with the LG G2’s display. Now in conclusion, LG G2 is the best choice of smartphone with smart and unique features as mentioned above.
Post by Umair Masood who writes his own tech blog at TodayonTech.com