Android Flagships: Triple Death Match

Both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One may have finally found their match. LG has released a behemoth smartphone with impressive specifications, the G2. Powered by the mighty Snapdragon 800 chipset with four Krait 400 cores clocked at 2.3GHz, an Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB RAM, the LG G2 simply blows the competition out of the water in terms of processing prowess.

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Aside from processing power, there are several other factors that make a smartphone king. These include the camera, display, software, battery life, connectivity options, and other customizations. The three flagship smartphones may all be running on Android but other than that, they are quite different from one another. Let's check out the full comparison table below:


Being the latest among the bunch, the LG G2 has an advantage in processing power since it uses the latest Snapdragon chipset. It also has a larger display with a complete set of sub-pixels. It has a bigger primary camera sensor of 13-MP with Optical Image Stabilization, a larger 3,000 mAh battery, and LTE-Advanced support. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is still the most compact among the three and it is also available in a 64GB variant plus up to 64GB expandable storage (that's a total of 128GB). The HTC One remains the most stylish among the three. It's also the most premium-looking, thanks to its aluminum shell. It also has the loudest stereo speakers among the three flagships. Basically, all three have their advantages.

In the end, it's not about having a smartphone with the latest or the most powerful hardware and software. What matters is how the smartphone will suit your needs and complement your personality or lifestyle.


Til then...

xoxo Nash


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