Jan 12, 2017 07:35 AM EST
LG G6 vs Galaxy S8: The Most Controversial vs The Most Awaited – Which Phone Maximizes User Experience, Customer Value? [VIDEO]
The battle of premium smartphone for 2017 is about to arrive as both Korean tech companies Samsung and LG are heading towards the launching of their flagship phones for this year - LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8. Which among the two has the capacity to maximize user experience and customer value? Find out here!
LG G6 vs Galaxy S8: Display
While Samsung Galaxy S8 is boasting of about bigger OLED screens, LG G6 will also feature the said screen but comes in bigger size. According to BGR, LG is among the first one to consider screen sizes for their smartphone when they started their G-series and for this reason, LG G6 will going to sport a 18:9 display ratio or 2:1 which also further revealed that the phone is likely to have an all-screen front side.
LG G6 vs Galaxy S8: Software and Hardware
Both premium handsets are said to run Android 7 Nougat of the box. However, Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to be the more powerful between the two because of the smartphone will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM.
LG G6 vs Galaxy S8: Features
LG is reportedly taking conservative steps when it comes to LG G6 features. The phone is expected to features some innovations such as 2-in-1 camera that comes with iris sensor and a waterproof feature according to SlashGear.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to sport features such as fingerprint scanner, high-end camera, waterproof, dustproof and the most anticipated digital assistant Bixby which is akin to Amazon's Alexa, Siri of Apple and Google Assistant.
LG G6 vs Galaxy S8: Release Date
Samsung Galaxy S8 has still no confirmed release date as of now but rumors suggest that the South Korean tech company will release the phone sometime in April. On the other hand, LG is reportedly eyeing earlier launch for LG G6 that is likely to fall in March 18 in South Korea.
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