The two smartphones LG G3 and HTC One M8 have a very toe setting that complements the unique features
LG introduced the LG G3 few days ago, its new proposal in the face of very high-end offering punchy performance. The QHD resolution screen is definitely the highlight, but neither the camera nor the unique features offered by the company lags behind in power. On the other hand, we have the HTC One M8, one of the most advanced and current moment androids. The flagship of the Taiwanese brand has features like Ultrapixel twin lens camera functions or new interface HTC Sense 6, plus a metallic design that does not go unnoticed. We see the major differences in these two smartphones.
LG has opted for a large panel and could be considered a phablet. It is a 5.5-inch IPS screen, but what is striking is not its size but its resolution. The panel circulated a whopping 2,560 pixels vertically and 1440 pixels horizontally, resulting in a density of no less than 538 dots per inch. The HTC One M8 carries a Super LCD panel three of five inches with resolution FullHD and 440 points density. The configuration panel of HTC One M8 is more than enough to see the images with great sharpness, now have to see if the resolution of the LG G3 notes both live and in person as it does on paper.
The two terminals which lead this comparison can be considered in the design references. The two manufacturers opt for elegant curved shapes and metal as the main material, which gives them a sophisticated touch. However we must specify that the LG G3 has finished metallic or and its casing is removable, so the set is not so solid. The HTC One M8 out for the speakers located on the front, making it also more elongated and measures about the same as the LG G3 even though it takes a larger screen, although it is wider. The LG G3 also has a detail that draws attention is the placement of the buttons. Rather than placing the power and volume keys on the side in the rear of the frame, just beneath the display. The buttons remain easily accessible and sides are completely clear.
The two terminals have cameras that take interesting systems, but they are two very different concepts. On the one hand we have the HTC One M8 with its camera Ultrapixel of four megapixels. The idea of this system is that each pixel is three times larger than a conventional one, so that the sensor captures three times more light, although the images are not so great. The sensor measures 1/3 inch and is accompanied by a lens with f/2.0 aperture, processor 2 HTC imageCHIP a smart flash with five levels of power and an optical stabilizer. The most prominent feature is the second lens that records information of depth to apply effects differentiating between figure and ground. The terminal also record video FullHD with slow motion option and carries a five-megapixel front camera with special features to make selfies with the best quality.
On the other hand, the sensor of LG G3 offers 13 megapixels which has exactly the same size as the HTC One M8 (1/3 inch), but has many more points, so the images are a little broader. The sensor is BSI, a system that reduces the layers to get lighter. The device integrates functions as a two-tone LED flash, optical stabilizer, monitoring approach and laser focus that is faster and more accurate. Also record 2160p video and can increase the frequency of turning down the recording quality, creating videos in slow motion. Their front camera has 2.1 megapixels and features a timer gesture also selfies.
The two terminals bet for sound quality, but the HTC One M8 takes you to the next level by integrating two speakers with integrated amplifiers in the front. The LG G3 recorded stereo with microphones and both have a set of noise canceling so that calls are heard best.
Not surprisingly, the two terminals mounted the same processor as the vast majority of the latest generation android bet on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801. It is a quad-core chip with Krait 400 architecture that runs at 2.5 Ghz in the case of the LG G3 already 2.3 Ghz in the HTC One M8. The two terminals have 2 GB of RAM, but the 32 Gb of LG G3 takes 3 GB of RAM. Regarding the internal memory, the HTC One M8 is only available in a version of 16 Gb, while its opponent will be achieved versions of 16 or 32 Gb Both can extend memory card MicroSD of 128 Gb additional.
The operating system is the same for both models, KitKat Android 4.4, but what make the difference is their visual layers and functions integrated. Both offer a convenient interface with an attractive design and some special features. In the case of HTC One M8 we highlight the widget HTC BlinkFeed, reader integrated news now offers a service offering broader content, or gesture control that allows us to perform actions by moving the terminal (e.g. camera will open photos when we hold the phone in a position to make a photo). The LG G3 has several security features such as Knock Code, which provides a new way to unlock the screen using a pattern of touch even with the phone turned off. It also has Smart Notice that suggests actions like cleaning junk files, or answers a missed call.