Anonymous, 03 Apr 20155.5" in a small package like the G3 is ideal for me. 5.0 in the same size as a G3, lik... moreYou forget that there are speaker that make it taller. And same height does not mean same width.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015There is no use arguing IPS or Amoled is better. Most of the people already hold deep preferen... moreActually factually and objectively Amoled is way ahead. Whether you prefer it or not won't change that.
Every ones preference is diffrent from one another..some like the colors from LCD and others AMOLED.so both are very good it just comes to personal preference.so far the G4 seem awsome.those bezels on that screen look even thinner than the ones on the G3.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015G4's battery capacity is 3400mAh which is by fart better than g3's 300mAh.*3000mAh for G3
buk, 03 Apr 2015too big im angry now i have to wait for sony z4 or some miniLOL
Sony z4 and LG G4 have almost the same phone'size.
146mm tall vs 146.5mm tall.
the G4 has slimmer bezels and bit curved back thus its more comfortable and easier to grip and hold
Will be the best display and more power efficient...just as th color prime tv by LG.. The best...im really considering the g4 now..plus finger print scanner,dual mode,quantum screen,slightly curved phone,little bezel,SoC 808....all this aims to a better user experience and better battery.
Consumes less power from the battery
“a quantum jump” 120% in color gamut and brightness meaning it can produce a wide range of different colors
Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) technology that promises excellent touch sensitivity for better response even with water drops on the screen
Photo-alignment technology that produces 50% higher contrast ratio than conventional QHD LCD panels and 30% higher brightness without increase in power consumption
In-Cell touch technology that makes a really slim display possible
i can't wait to have this soon!
bring it now LG!
Anonymous, 03 Apr 20155.5" in a small package like the G3 is ideal for me.
5.0 in the same size as a G3, lik... morethat's correct and lg g4 does have an even slimmer bezels than what the lastyear's g3 had.so this is so amazing phone to me. and ofcourse this would be a bit curved so its more easier to hold in my hand.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015It's sad to see LG keeping the 5.5" screen size. I have a G2 and I didn't even think abou... more5.5" -5.8" is the perfect smartphone screen to me
QHD is the best phone screen to me.
i thank you LG for this!
luvmysp, 03 Apr 20155.5 is ideal ...5.5" in a small package like the G3 is ideal for me.
5.0 in the same size as a G3, like HTC does, is awful. And a 5.5" iPhone is just too big, with all that bezel.
There is no use arguing IPS or Amoled is better. Most of the people already hold deep preference to the brand their like.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 20155.2~5.7 are fine，unless you have small hands and tiny pockets.Fine for you. Not everyone. Going above the 5.2 goes into phablet and they are usually separate for a reason.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2015Snapdragon 810 and 808 sucks. They are better off using the 805. As for battery they can easil... moreRetaining the same 3000mah battery in the same thickness of a device only having even slightly more room due to being a little taller from g2 to g3 was a big mistake. Especially with the lack of efficiency on the g3.
Especially when the g pro 2 that came out 6 ish months before the g3 was 0.6mm thinner and still had a bigger battery.
This is 2015. And lg and HTC are treading dangerous territory. 2015 and 9-10mm thick devices and still only 2800-3000mah batteries when even a couple years ago that was a low number for such thickness. And these are supposed to be top end flagships.
And that's not even including the necessity of it this year. With one huge culprit being the S810. If LG goes any less than 3200mah they may as well not even release it.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 20154.7-5.2 inch is ideal. I had used HTC One and LG G2 previously and I found that G2 screen size... moreCertain things do not need to move any further and people don't have to accept it.
There is only so large a screen can go before it surpasses what the average user wants or what is easily usable. Even with little to no bezel.
Again. For those who want the larger phones they already have a phablet segment and in between devices. There was no need to push the G phone into a phablet
And yes the sizes of g2 and s4 differences were not huge. But the g2 was still wider and decently thicker. And it caught up by lacking the home button up front.