LG G4 is a high-end flagship from the South Korean tech giant. It is the answer to Samsung Galaxy S6.
The LG G4 is an elegant, super cool 5.5-inch device. LG has worked greatly on the G4 camera and it’s easily one of the best camera phones out there. I am still getting along with the device, but I have seen the fantastic performance on low light situations, which could only be possible by its f/1.8 aperture. There is 15 manual mode settings and over 125 options to configure the camera for the right shot.
I used my BlackBerry Z30 in shooting these images in low light situation; the composition isn’t all that great but I have carried out some other test with the LG G4 camera and its just mind-blowing.
What’s In The Box?
I was expecting a big box for a flagship device, but LG managed to keep it real simple.
Right out of the box, you get the device, a 3,000mAh battery, a charger, an earpiece and a user manual.
That’s basically what you see inside a flagship box.
The device is equipped with a Quantum Display with quad HD resolution and 538 pixels per inch. The build is fantastic and allows for easy grip. The striking part of the design is the lack of physical buttons at either side of the phone. The power button, volume up and volume down buttons are located at the back of the phone.
LG understands the Africa market, so they equipped this LG G4 recently launched in Nigeria with a Dual Micro-SIM functionality. You get 3G and 4G LTE network without losing sweat.
OS: Android Lollipop 5.1
Display: 5.5 inch Quantum HD Display – [Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection]
Cameras: 16 MP rare camera with LED flash and 8 MP selfie camera, both capable of shooting 4K videos.
Processor: 1.8GHz Hexa (6) core Cortex-A53 processor
RAM: 3 GB
Storage: 32 GB Internal – microSD support (128 GB max)
With what’s available on the LG G4, and keeping it slightly less expensive than the Samsung Galaxy S6 makes it a monster machine.
The LG G4 has a sweet price spot for a high-end device standing tall with the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6. LG G4 is available on Konga with a price tag of N126,000 – N130,000 depending on the type of casing you want.
There would be a full review of this super cool device in the next few days. There are a couple of things I am still getting familiar with. Stay with TechRez as I walk you through the device in the upcoming review.