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LG G5 vs Samsung Galaxy S7: Why G5 Wins

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This is possibly the biggest smartphone battle of the year, until iPhone 7 comes out then there might be a different story altogether. For the time being, it’s the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 that’s turned a lot of heads during their launch at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and we don’t see why they are not leaning towards both of their attractiveness.

Both have been very much-anticipated; equally gorgeous and packed with immense features that would have phone enthusiasts having a hard time deciding on which to actually purchase. But you’ll be able to find out that the G5 would turn out to be the MWC winner, all thanks to its modular design and extractable battery tray (yes, that alone is the highlight of it all).

Moreover, G5’s camera outshines that of the S7’s in some ways by going for a dual-camera set-up on the back. It could have been something new for some, but LG was sure that the 135-degree wide angle lens could provide for a wider view, and hence, better quality in picture-taking. And they proved it right. It’s also got some cool new features such as Pop-out Picture, Film Effect and Auto Shot.

Generally, both smartphones are IP68 water and dust resistant, run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, comes with 4GB of RAM with 32 and 64GB versions and they are really gorgeous in their one ways. But call us bias, we’re going to give the LG G5 an upper hand here for looking more sleek and tad bit more attractive. Did you think the same way too?

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