LG G5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S7: Which Phone Does More, Deserves Money

Samsung Galaxy S7

It would not wrong to say that this year has been about refinement for LG and Samsung Galaxy S7 phone. As both devices offer high-quality features, folks want to know which phone deserves users’ money. To get the answer, we have pitted the two smartphones.

Design and Build

Over the two years, Samsung shredded the plastic and started focusing on metal and glass exterior. LG has also made some considerable changes as well. The South Korean company left the plastic bodies and produced the first massive metals on LG V10. With LG G5, it started rolling out all-metal body smartphones.

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Display, Processors

Both displays have Quad HD (2560 x 1440) resolution, but Samsung device has non-reflective screens and camera can also be operated in sunlight. Whereas, LG G5 has glare and reflectiveness, notes Android Central.

Samsung Galaxy S7 is powered by Quad-core Snapdragon 820 or Octa-core Samsung Exynos 8 and offers 5.1-QHD display. The device processor has paired with 4 GB RAM and inbuilt storage is 32 GB. It supports expandable memory card.

The device sports a 12-MP camera on the rear side of the device and the front panel holds the 5 MP camera. Galaxy S7 weighs 152g and measures 142.4×69.6×7.9mm.

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On the other hand, LG G5 has Snapdragon 820 Soc, and sports 5.3-inch QHD display. The device offers 32 GB of internal memory and supports expandable storage. The processor is paired with 4 GB of RAM and the back panel has 16MP camera while front panel has 8 MP camera.

LG G5 weighs 159 g and measures 149.4 x 73.9 x 7.7mm, however, both devices run on Android Marshmallow.

Other features

Samsung Galaxy S7 focus more on compact design while LG focused more on offering features that would make it stand out in the crowd. LG G5 has removable battery reversible USB-C port for power and on-screen buttons for navigating Android. However, Galaxy S7 lacks these things.

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