Last year the LG G3 made history by becoming the first smartphone to sport a Quad-HD display – 2560×1440, all packed into 5.5″ of screen space. Now the Korean company have released the LG G4 – but is it able to step out from its predecessors shadow?
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The main talking point with the LG G3 was its incredibly high-resolution display – coming in at 538 PPI. This remains with the G4, but the processor and camera are just a few of the improvements made to the new flagship. While a unique leather back model has been released, we review the metallic grey variant.
- 5.5-inch QHD display.
- Snapdragon 808, 6-core CPU.
- 3GB RAM.
- 32GB internal storage, microSD cards up to 128GB supported.
- Android Lollipop 5.1.
- 16MP primary camera, 8MP secondary unit.
- 3000 mAh battery.
- 4G ready across all UK frequencies.