LG G4 display has higher resolution than iPhone 6 Plus, and LG is not shy to call it out
The LG G4 is out, and it joins the elite pack of 2015 flagship smartphones, alongside the Samsung Galaxy S6 (and S6 Edge) and the HTC One M9. How it will manage to compete with these is something we’ll find out in our upcoming full review, as well as in-depth comparisons. For now, the manufacturer continues to call out its main features.
On LG’s G4 product page on the US website, the South Korean phone-maker is not at all shy to remind you that “pixel for pixel, the display on the new G4 has a higher resolution than the iPhone 6 Plus“. Both the LG G4 display, and the one on the iPhone 6 Plus, have 5.5 inches in diagonal, but, while Apple’s largest smartphone “only” has a 1080p display (1920 X 1080), the LG G4 display has QHD bragging rights (2560 X 1440).
And, it’s not only that, but the Quantum display should also bring great viewing experience to the palm of your hand, not that the iPhone 6 Plus is a slouch. But, don’t blame us if we don’t take LG’s word for it, numbers aside; we’ll take a close look at the G4, from every angle.