The best Android phone: Samsung Galaxy S7 vs. LG G5

  •   The Samsung and LG are the famous brands in terms of smartphone. Both of the smart gadgets have their own marvelous strengths. The stunning design, awesome camera and water-resistant function, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is the best all-round phone out. While the LG G5 is a high-end smartphone, which has great rear camera. This wider lens lets you capture more space within each frame. They are the typical models in the aspect of best Android’s phones. Which one is stand out compared with other models?

     

      The Galaxy S7 is the same size as the S6 except for being marginally thicker because of a larger battery. The LG G5 has a metal unibody design, mirroring other flagship devices. The Samsung Galaxy S7 has a 5.1-inch display, just like the S6. It's a QHD AMOLED display, which brings with it all the clarity and beauty that we love from the S6. The LG G5 has a 5.3-inch LED IPS screen. Our hands-on test showed it to be a strong display, but whether it can compare to the S7's seems unlikely.

     

      Depending on where you are in the world, the Galaxy S7 will either come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890 processor. Both are remarkably powerful, and the differences in performance between them will be negligible. On top of that, the S7 boasts 4 GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB of internal storage and will run the latest build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It's a similar story over at LG's G5 camp. It is powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor and has 4 GB of RAM. The LG G4 runs on a Snapdragon 808 chip that copes well with strenuous tasks. 

     

       While the megapixel count on the S7 is lower, dual-pixel technology and a greater aperture size mean that the camera should be an improvement on the S6's, particularly in low-light conditions. On the other side of the gadget is a 5 MP snapper. The LG G5 with a dual camera setup on the back, starring a 16 MP main camera and an 8 MP wide-angle camera. The additional 8 MP camera provides a 135-degree field of view. This can be utilized seamlessly from within the camera app, by zooming in and out. The LG G5 retains the granular manual mode, and there's no reason to doubt that the new set up on the G5 will be an improvement. A dual-camera configuration on the LG G5 will certainly take the photo experience to the next level, and it's a key feature setting LG's smartphone apart from Samsung's. Exactly how well it will perform in different lighting conditions, however, remains to be seen.

     

      The Samsung Galaxy S7 features a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a Quad HD resolution, while the LG G5 has a 5.3-inch IPS LCD display, also featuring a 2560 x 1440 resolution. This of course means that the LG G5 has the larger display of the two devices, but Samsung is the sharper of the two with a few more pixels packed in per inch. It's not something you can detect with the human eye really but based on the numbers, that's the story. In reality, both devices offer great displays. AMOLED technology tends to deliver brighter, more vibrant colors and deeper blacks than LCD but LG does have its reasons for opting for LCD over OLED. Both the Samsung and the LG have what the companies are calling always-on displays whereby information is still available on the main display without the user having to wake up the display.

     

      In display, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has optical image stabilization, which can keep the photos from blurring. At the same time, the LG G5 brings some serious innovation to the table, such as the removable battery. All in all, the Galaxy S7 is better. If you prefer the Samsung, I need to remind several things. On cellphoneage.com, our Samsung Galaxy S7 LCD digitizer assembly doesn’t include the frame or front housing adhesive. We are also equipped with quality warranty in a fixed time as well as extra benefits, such as a set of free installation tool.