Even though the two most awaited mobile devices are capable of shooting high-quality videos and images powered by upgraded battery packs. We help you decide, which among the two LG smartphones you should want to grab mid-October.
The LG G2 Philosophy
The latest from LG offers an all-new design of pure gestures on the display screen and placing of buttons at the back. The G2 houses a 13MP advanced rear camera shooter with OIS technology (optical image stabilization), zapping out blurry shots & ideal for moving targets or shaky hands.
Also, this 13MP camera performs with a 8x digital zoom via its Sapphire Crystal Glass lens, its 9-multi-point autofocus allows for full HD recording with a playback at 60 frames per second.
Google’s ‘search’ stops at LG
Google has likely chosen LG as the maker of Nexus 5. It features the MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical systems; converting one form of energy to another) technology – which would be first on a smartphone. With an aperture of f/2.4 and sensor size of 1/3.2 inches, the following features give it the uniqueness it boasts of:
• Nearly 7 times faster as compared to other predecessors
• A handy & smaller component as compared to other mobile
• A better power consumption – say hello to battery life!
• A very swift auto-focus, immediately fixing onto moving elements
The LG 2 has incorporated sophisticated & next-level batteries called SiO+ with 3000 mAh rating (a longer life), lasting longer compared to the lithium-io which is good enough for the GRAM chipset and provides a 20% more efficient battery consumption.
The Nexus 5 is still to have the traditional non-removable battery with 2300 mAh rating. The Android 4.4 KitKat is supposed to optimize battery pack, becoming longer lasting compared to the Nexus 4.