Samsung Galaxy S5 & LG G Flex, both are very well prepared for playing various media formats terminals
Samsung recently introduced its new flagship ago, the expected and rumored Samsung Galaxy S5. The new model has some interesting new features, noting especially the new fingerprint sensor and sports functions. Samsung has remained similar to the previous model with a crisp, wide screen, a full camera and a powerful processor level. LG meanwhile also has a very interesting device high range, the LG G Flex. This model also boasts very punchy performance and of course a very striking design due to the sharp bends its chassis. We make a comparison of these two smartphones.
The LG G Flex head is pulled tablet-phones segment with a panel that reaches 6 inches diagonally, a size that many users will be excessive. The flexible OLED screen is kind and has a RGB matrix. However falls well short in resolution, and is that a big panel with 1,280 x 720 pixels quite clearly lost compared to the Galaxy S5. The LG G Flex 245 pixels per inch focus, while its opponent reaches a whopping 432 dots per inch. The panel of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a 5.1 inches Super AMOLED, further more manageable features FullHD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels).
The design is quite a point that distinguishes these two smartphones, both in size and appearance. The LG G Flex is very appealing to the eye because its chassis is much curved. So pronounced thus is interesting, but does make the grip more comfortable, mostly because it is a too large device. Yet from the point of view aesthetic is a very stylish handset, plus it is flexible and better supports the blows. The material on its back cover recovers by itself if small scratches appear, but only if they are very lightweight, more pronounced streaks have no possible arrangement. The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a similar design to the previous editions, but has been changed and now the back cover has a texture that improves grip points. The terminal is protected against the ingress of water and dust by a small membrane that seals the back cover, which is still removable. This model is considerably more compact and therefore lighter.
The profile photo is one of the points that have been enhanced with the Samsung Galaxy S5, which now has a 16 megapixel sensor ISOCELL. This new system, which, according to the company, is the evolution of the BSI sensors, has cells that divide each pixel, improving performance in low-light environments and avoiding the appearance of noise. The camera is accompanied by some interesting features such as ultra-fast selective, focus and auto focus that allows focus on objects in 0.3 seconds.
But its strong point comes with the video, which allows registration 4K at 30 fps, but you can also make videos in slow motion if we lower the image quality (FullHD 1080p at 60 fps or 120 fps HD720). It also has video stabilization, LED flash and a front camera of 2 megapixel. The LG G Flex has a 13 megapixel BSI sensor with standard features like LED flash, autofocus and a front camera of 2.1 megapixels. It also has a face detection indicator and timer. The video recording is done in this case at 60 fps in 1080p FullHD quality maximum.
Power is one of the strengths shared by these two devices, but the fact is that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is slightly ahead because it has a newer model processor. Snapdragon is a 801, which is nothing more than a review of Snapdragon 800 with higher clock frequency (2.5 GHz) and a faster graphics processor. The LG G Flex has the Snapdragon 800 to 2.3 Ghz and both have 2 GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is available in two versions 16 and 32 Gb, with option to extend additional memory to 128 GB if you use a MicroSD card capacity. The LG G Flex, however, only sold in a 32 Gb does not allow expansion.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will come standard with Android 4.4 KitKat, the most current version of the Google system, but the LG G Flex features Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but is expected to soon be upgraded to the latest installment. Each manufacturer provides its own layer and visual functions, which in the case of S5 Galaxy has received a redesign with a simpler look. The device also has new features such as the fingerprint detector used to unlock the terminal or protect content, heart rate meter and power saving mode Ultra Power Saving. LG also offers its own set of functions; including KnockON unlock function, multitasking Dual Window or guest mode.
As good high end, the two terminals have a connection profile as full and varied, beginning with its ability to connect to 4G or LTE mobile networks. They are also compatible with 3 G networks and have high-speed WiFi connection. On the other hand include DLNA, WiFi Direct, Bluetooth 4.0, an NFC chip, GPS Glonass antenna, standard microUSB port and headphone jack. The Samsung Galaxy S5 also adds the ANT + system for sports equipment and an infrared port.
The LG G Flex leverages its size to include a battery of no less than 3,500 milliampere, according to official information, can be on 15 hours in use and up to 720 hours standby. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S5 has a stack of 2,800 milliamps whose autonomy in use is 21 hours and up to 390 hours standby.