AnonD-213026, 07 Jul 2015the only things the g4 has over the s6 are the removable battery and expandable storage. for e... moreYup. Although oddly enough the G4 has done camera advantages here it doesn't in most reviews. Especially dynamic range and exposure. And above the microphone. The S6's microphone recording has just ran circles around the G4 and many others in most tests
the only things the g4 has over the s6 are the removable battery and expandable storage. for everything else, the s6 trumps it, perhaps not easily, but definitely.
and i'm not even an s6 fan.
AnonD-412020, 01 Jul 2015I'm not really a fan of Samsung but no doubt Samsung makes excellent hardware, it's just their... moreI can't say I'm a fan of Samsung either, although I have an Samsung TV and Samsung DVD player at home. My Hi-Fi, fridge, microwave oven, computer monitor, and DVD rom in the computer are all LG.
I'm not really a fan of Samsung but no doubt Samsung makes excellent hardware, it's just their software that create some problem. Between this two promising phones, i'd still go for the Galaxy S6 (www.samsung.com/sg/galaxy/galaxys6/galaxy-s6/) though I think Sony Xperia Z3+ (www.sonymobile.com/) can also join this rivalries.
ICE, 29 Jun 2015Really? Funny, my colleague tested the S6 before deciding to eventually go for the G4. I guess... moreMost people's opinion of choice is based on the S6 not having an SD slot or being able to remove the battery. Or on buggy devices of either device. Most people will like the way the S6 works better
Nothing beats those old phones where you flip the cover, pull the antenna and talk like a boss. Motorola StarTac, anyone?
rD , 29 Jun 2015over-all samsung is the best phone in the market. i have use both galaxy s6 and LG G4 ,samsun... moreReally? Funny, my colleague tested the S6 before deciding to eventually go for the G4. I guess taste/experience/opinions differ...
over-all samsung is the best phone in the market.
i have use both galaxy s6 and LG G4 ,samsungs galaxy s6 is much higher then LG G4
AnonD-45075, 27 Jun 2015Ja I think I'm going to wait until August or October to pay cash for a G4. Depends if I have e... moreThe G4 does take great photos. A little over processed sometimes, but not all the time or majorly. That can even be fixed by an update plus you have raw mode.
ICE, 26 Jun 2015Still a nice camera to get into the game (even though discontinued, get 2nd hand). I have the ... moreJa I think I'm going to wait until August or October to pay cash for a G4. Depends if I have enough money saved by August. I've read a heard a lot more good things being said about the G4 than bad things. The last phone I had which took decent pics was the Nokia Lumia 900, and that had an 8mp camera, but it still took awesome pics, so I'm really looking forward to the G4.
Anonymous, 23 Jun 2015Both devices are equally bad. The S6 has terrible battery life in real world use, and only ... moreReading your comment made me laugh so much.What a load of nonsense you just wrote, the S6 battery is fantastic that I can get upto 3 days usage from. I've never had a smart phone that has done that before. I don't think I've ever read so much rubbish from an obvious fanboy. Reading your comment makes me certain you have never owned the phone at all. No go crawl back in your hole.
AnonD-45075, 26 Jun 2015My girlfriend also has a 450D. Her dad bought it for her as a present, and she is also very mu... moreStill a nice camera to get into the game (even though discontinued, get 2nd hand). I have the 85mm f1.8 lens, just a splendid lens with amazing bokeh and the 15-85mm for general purpose. Likewise, I can't afford the G4 at the moment (buying cash), have to wait until end of the year. I have been having a go with my colleagues G4 with the brown leather back, the one I want, and have to say it's not as thick as some suggest, and I have no problem with the build quality (being a previous owner of Z1 and Lumia phones). The out of focus issue reported by some might have been due to continues auto focus, I noted a bit of focus hunting when you not keeping the phone stable, will have to play around a bit more with the auto/manual focus settings as well as subject tracking.
ICE, 25 Jun 2015I think it's sad that they make the average joe think that the G4 can replace an SLR, or at le... moreMy girlfriend also has a 450D. Her dad bought it for her as a present, and she is also very much into photography. And she's also interested in the G4. At the moment, she can't afford to get a G4, so I'll be getting her one on contract in the next few months.
AnonD-89109, 24 Jun 2015Yes, LOL, to what extent? Suddenly the 'only' plus point of G4 is getting all the affection, l... moreNo, a camera is not the only thing to go for in a phone. There's an article on Android Central where Phil Nickinson explains why he would rather have a G4 than an S6. And there's a YouTube video which gives 12 reasons why the G4 is better than the S6 Edge - I couldn't find a video stating why the G4 is better than the S6, but the S6 is very similar to the S6 Edge. Of course, there is also a YouTube video which gives 12 reasons why the S6 Edge is better than the G4, but I'm not a fan of Samsung, I can't stand Samsung, and I'm not an LG fanboy either. I would just like companies like Nokia and LG to be at the top of the mobile market.
ozz, 25 Jun 2015After buying one you will not carry a 1/2 kg weight, G4 is just 155 grams :-) Also Romero Stra... moreThe weight is not an issue for me. The plus points far outweigh the negatives...I still question taking landscape photos with a fixed aperture wide open lens like we see on modern day smartphones, where f8-f22 is your preferred range for outdoor scenes, another plus of the SLR lens is the variable aperture. Anyway, it's tough to squeeze everything you can possibly want into a small package.
Sury, 25 Jun 2015Winner: LG G4. The higher resolution captures more detail, which is most important for quick s... moreYou didn't know this comparison was "only" based on the "camera" of both phones? Darn dude!
What else is there other than the camera in a mobile phone, I wonder?