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LG has just launched the LG G2 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and a 52 inch display processor, but is it really compared to HTC One

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LG has just launched the LG G2 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and a 5.2 inch display processor, but is it really compared to HTC One? Read on to find out.

HTC One: Key Features

One with HTC, the Taiwanese manufacturer has released the big game in terms of design. The result is stunning and the HTC One is one of the best smartphones on the market. It has a one-piece aluminum body with a curved profile perfectly which wraps around the back of the screen in the top and bottom. The front panel features grids perforated stereo speakers giving it a stylish look and prov
iding a better audio experience.

The aluminum gives a great feel in hand, and the camera is neither too big nor too heavy. Everything is held together.

HTC screens are generally high, and the HTC One is no exception to the rule with a Super LCD3 4.7-inch screen, full HD resolution 1920x1080 pixels and a density of 469 ppi - it's the a best pixel densities on the market. Consequently, the image quality is superb with high brightness, excellent color depth and superb clarity.

It is also well equipped to internal hardware. It uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 600 quad-core clocked at 1.7 GHz with an Adreno GPU 320 and 2GB of RAM. This setup will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, HTC Sense 5 and the different content available on Google Play Store brilliantly interface.

The HTC One has 32 GB of storage, but has no card slot, while the 2300mAh battery is not removable. Connectivity is as usual 4G LTE, HSPA + 3G, microUSB, Wi-Fi, DLNA, Bluetooth, NFC and GPS. It also features an infrared port for controlling your TV and TV output MHL.

5 overlaid with HTC Sense, the Android interface is very different, but the vast majority of the features remain the same. It features an additional home screen called BlinkFeed which includes news, photos and social networks into a single location.

The configuration of the camera is a bit unusual because it is estimated only at 4.3 megapixels. However, it uses a large BSI sensor, the Ultrapixel technology with more pixels, optical image stabilization and an aperture of f / 2.0 to let in plenty of light.

In low light, it works very well indeed, when in normal use, the color range is dynamic and very natural. The clarity of the picture is pretty good and we even think that it has nothing to envy configurations 8 megapixel high-end views of their competitors. Capturing video at 1080p and is there more the HDR mode, an LED flash, simultaneous capture video and pictures as well as face detection and smile.

LG G2: Key Features

The LG G2 has an IPS + LCD screen of 5.2 inches with a resolution Full HD 1920x1080 pixels and a density of 424 ppi. The picture quality is crisp and bright with vivid colors.

Storage options on board are 16 or 32GB and the handset also has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 800 2.3GHz, with 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 GPU This is the most mobile processor fastest on the market to date. This ensures fast performance whether for multitasking, gaming or watching movies. It runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean skillfully with a flexible user interaction interface.

The phone has a BSI camera 13 megapixel with LED flash, face detection, HDR, 1080p video capture and optical image stabilizer (OIS). The stabilizer should provide an excellent capture quality and good performance in low light.

The removable battery is rated at 3000 mAh. So in addition to ensuring good battery life, you also have the option to change it if necessary. Connectivity capabilities include everything you would expect from a flagship model: 4G LTE, HSPA + 3G, Bluetooth, microUSB, Wi-Fi, DLNA, GPS, NFC and MHL TV output.


The LG G2 is obviously larger and has a more rounded polycarbonate design. While this may not be as attractive, the handset is solid and has a more manageable size. The HTC One looks much nicer, but aluminum tends to get scratched in the pocket.

The LG G2 features a much larger screen making it a better if you spend a lot of time surfing the web choices, watch movies, read e-books or play games. That said, the touch screen HTC One is not the first comer. Although on paper the screen of HTC One better than that of LG G2, the end result is that both screens are Full HD 1080p resolution with pixel densities higher than 440ppi. In other words, the two screens will provide a great experience for the vast majority of users.

The processor of the LG G2 model is a higher level, it uses the Qualcomm Snapragon 800 to 2.3 GHz while the HTC One features a Qualcomm processor clocked at 1.7GHz 600. Both chipsets are quad-core configurations and offer more power than Android and its applications require collection yet. It's not a bad thing, of course, but it means that the extra power of the LG G2 will not really exploited. At the same time, the two phones are very fast and in either case, the performance is flexible and homogeneous.

While the camera Ultrapixel HTC is certainly interesting and excellent performance, it is not quite the same level as the LG G2 with an optical stabilizer and a 13 megapixel sensor. As mentioned in our review, we would like to see Ultrapixel technology on a 8 megapixel sensor. Because even if it produces the same quality visual devices 8MP, the details are slightly insufficient to make a high-end configuration.

Both handsets have a lot of built-in storage, but lack of microSD support. The HTC One does not have the best self he is, and you have to recharge during the day. The removable 3000 mAh battery of the LG G2 is forecast to deliver a much more interesting autonomy.


Although it's hard to admit, I think my choice would be the LG G2.

I prefer the construction and design of HTC, but the fact is that the aluminum finish does not last long.

The battery life could be improved as it is an area in which the battery of the LG excels. The camera of the LG G2 should also produce better results.

The high-end processor, although it does not offer a significant difference with that of the HTC One will ensure longer life with the next generation content.

Although the screen of the HTC One is fantastic, the larger size of the LG G2 makes it an ideal screen to surf the internet, play games and watch movies.

If it was more stylish and made ​​with high quality polycarbonate such as Nokia, LG G2 would be almost perfect. I love the HTC One, but in all honesty I can not say that I'll buy one.

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