The latest rivalry to grace the phablet market is playing out between the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the LG G3. At last it seems Samsung the reigning King in the phablet market is finally getting some spirited competition from other established mobile manufacturers. It goes without saying that the wealth of experience that Samsung has managed to gather over the years will always count for something and in many cases it has been the deciding factor. The Note 4 has just been announced and the G3 is already on the market. We are going to look at both phablets in an attempt to compare the major specs and features.
The Note 4 wins in this department as it has a bigger screen and is about 5 % longer and wider. In terms of the thickness the Note 4 is amazingly 5% thinner than its LG counterpart. The Note measures 154 x 79 x 8.5 mm with a weight of 176 grams while the G3 is 146 x 75 x 8.9 mm and weighs 150grams. This makes the G3 lighter than the Note 4 and it can also fit into your pocket perfectly.
The note 4s display is 5.7 inches whereas the G3 is 5.5 inches. This G3s size translates into 93% of the Samsung phablet which makes the Note 4 preferable in terms of viewing your videos, pictures and gaming needs. The Note gives you a resolution of 2560 x 1440 and 515ppi on a Super AMOLED display while the G3 has 2560 x 1440 with 538ppi on an IPS display. The Note gives you the Samsung proprietary Stylus while the G3 gives you the tap on display functionality.
Processors and Others
The 3,220 mAh battery pack on the Samsung is billed to outlast the 3,000 mAh version on the G3. The primary camera on the Note 4 has 16Mp whereas the one on the G3 has 13MP. The processor on the Note is a Snapdragon 805 quad-core clocked at 2.7GHz and he G3 has a Snapdragon 801 quad-core clocked at 2.5 GHz. These are backed by a RAM of 3GB although the G3 has a 2GB option.