We recently introduced to you the LG G6 Plus, an upgraded version of the LG flagship device. Confusingly, it isn't any larger than the original G6 but it does have upgraded specs. Find the differences here.
Additionally, the LG G6 was fairly large anyway boasting a larger screen than the iPhone 7 Plus!
So, how does it compare to it's competition in the "plus" category, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ and the iPhone 7 Plus.
The LG G6 and G6 Plus are built for entertainment. The FullVision™ display is very impressive. They have managed to pack a 5.7" QHD+ display into a 148.8 x 72.3mm body.
It also supports Dolby™ Vision, and is the first handset ever to do so. This means that HDR content will look as great as it was intended. It also supports the more widely adopted HDR10, too.
The screen has a ratio of 18:9 and a resolution of 1440 x 2880. As most games and apps are 16:9 ratio, the G6 scales everything to fit and look great to make the most of the screens capabilities. All of this is customizable too, so if you want an app at a certain aspect ratio, you can have it.
Audio sounds brilliant on the G6 Plus, supporting hi-res tracks with its 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC for audio. Whether played through the external speaker or through headphones (and yes, there is a headphone jack unlike the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus).
Now let's get down to the nitty gritty...
|PHONE||APPLE IPHONE 7 PLUS||LG G6 PLUS||SAMSUNG GALAXY S8+|
|Screen size & type||5.5-inch AMOLED||5.7-inch IPS LCD||6.2-inch Super AMOLED|
|Processor||Apple A10 Fusion||Snapdragon 821||Exynos 8895|
|Rear camera||12MP (Dual lens) f/1.8||13MP (Dual lens) f/1.8 & f/2.4 (wide-angle)||12MP f/1.7|
|Front camera||8MP f/2.4||5MP f/2.2||8MP f/1.7|
As mentioned, the LG G6 Plus has a larger display that the iPhone 7 Plus, however the Samsung Galaxy S8+ trumps both with a huge and impressive 6.2-inch Super AMOLED screen and also a superior 2960x1440 screen resolution.
When it comes to memory the LG comes out on top with a fixed 6GB and 128GB of storage. The Samsung can be bought at the same , but there is also a 4GB and 64GB version. The iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB of memory, however can be bought with the choice of 32, 128, or a whopping 256 GB of storage.The LG and Samsung also both support MicroSD, which mean expandable storage.
The battery in the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is the most powerful at 3500 mAh, with LG G6 Plus in second place at 3300mAh.
When it comes to the camera, none of the 3 are messing around. The iPhone 7 Plus and LG G6 Plus both have the dual-lens camera setup. Samsung's Galaxy S8 Plus offers up a single 12-megapixel lens, with f/1.7 aperture for seriously impressive night shots - the best of the bunch, in fact. Dual Pixel focusing tech means the shutter speed is incredibly nippy, and you can again shoot 4K home movies.
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