Could you imagine the amount of tension there is in comparing the four of these awesome smartphones together? It’s like comparing between apples and oranges and you’ll never get to choose one since you have a strong liking for the both of them.
So they are all Android smartphones, but which should you get that wouldn’t have you feeling so full of regrets the next two years when you’re looking at it? If you’ve been wanting to get some brief details about all the four of these powerful smartphones, you’re looking at the right direction.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 was launched during the recent MWC and will hit the market officially on the 11th of March. There’s no denying that the camera looks good, so good that it’s even been compared with the Canon 70D DSLR, and it’s worth mentioning that it’ll be powered by either the Exynos 8 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 plus a 4GB of RAM. Also, expect it to be dust- and water-resistant, along with having bigger battery sizes.
As for the Note 5, it’s still a widely desirable phone because of the stunning camera and great display it can boast itself on. It’s got a bigger display size, at 5.7-inches, a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera and it’s powered by the Exynos 7420 CPU. Let’s not even start with the enhanced S Pen and its all-glass chassis that never seem to disappoint the fans till now, other than not having a removable battery and microSD card slot.
When it comes to the Nexus 6P, we know it stands out among the rest with its stunning, humongous display, impressive 12-megapixel camera, elegant design as well as generally rocking a fast performance. It’s powered by the Snapdragon 810 processor and runs on Android Marshmallow. But more importantly, this is the phone that can be had affordably; with starting price from $499.
Last but not least, the LG G5 has been quite a crowd-pleaser ever since it came out of its shells during the recent MWC at Barcelona. It’s the world’s first modular smartphone and more people are still wowed at the idea of the phone having a retractable battery slot, and also retractable accessories to maximize the user experience. The G5 also boasts itself around the always-on display, which proves beneficial for users to check the time, battery and notifications without having the need to wake the device.
Since we cannot really make up our minds on this battle, we’ll just have to come to the realization that they are all equally excellent in their own way. Some would triumph the other in terms of camera performance, and others would just be making a huge milestone in offering features like it’s never been done before. It’s all just a matter of opinion; so would you care to tell us yours?