Some other notables: I've been using the LG G4 on EE's 4G LTE network in the UK, paired with a smartwatch. I've loaded it up with a , which I've used mainly for photos and Google Play Music's offline cache.
We're publishing this review after just over a week with the LG G4. I (Alex Dobie) have been using the Korean LG-F500L model, and my device was running special firmware (version x10d3_eu) for G4 testers and members of LG's preview program, which removes some of the Korea-specific software and localization. My G4 shipped with a dark gray plastic back; Phil Nickinson has been using a T-Mobile U.S. model (build LMY47D and software version H81109n) with the brown leather back, and he offers some thoughts on that version of the phone further into this review.
The LG G4 is as close as you can get right now to a no-compromise, high-end Android phone. Almost everything about it is done exceptionally well, from the best-in-class screen and camera, to the reliable all-day battery life. LG's software is quicker and more responsive than ever before, and the premium leather backs add a welcome touch of class.
I think LG keep copying other company. Lets see LG watch. It’s look similar with apple watch. I think LG G4 is copying samsung galaacy S6, too. I don’t know, but LG is not improving anything. They’re keep copying.
|Camera||Sensor Size||Resolution||Pixel Size||Lens Aperture||Image Size|
|LG G4||1/2.6″ (5.95 x 3.35mm)||16 MP||1.12 µ||f/1.8||5312 x 2988|
|Samsung Galaxy S6||1/2.6″ (5.95 x 3.35mm)||16 MP||1.12 µ||f/1.9||5312 x 2988|
|HTC One M9||1/2.3″ (6.45 x 4.50mm)||20 MP||1.2 µ||f/2.2||5376 x 3752|
|Motorola Nexus 6||1/3″ (4.62 x 3.47mm)||13 MP||1.12 µ||f/2.0||4128 x 3096|
|iPhone 6 Plus||1/3″ (4.90 x 3.67mm)||8 MP||1.5 µ||f/2.2||3264 x 2448|