Apple iPhone 6 vs LG G3 quiz – how the quiz works


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The iPhone 6 only has a 4.7-inch screen, whereas the LG G3 has a 5.5-inch screen

The G3 has a Quad HD resolution display and a pixel density of 534 pixels per inch (ppi). The iPhone 7 has a 720p display with a pixel density of 326ppi

The iPhone 6 had a thickness of 6.9mm, whereas the LG G3 is slightly larger at 8.9mm

The G3 has a choice of 16 or 32GB of internal storage, but can be expanded with a microSD card to a grand total of 128GB. The iPhone 6 does not have microSD expansion, but is available with 16, 64, or 128GB of storage.

The iPhone 6 has a TouchID fingerprint scanner that means no unauthorised people can get into your phone. The LG does not have this feature, instead utilising a passcode or unlock-pattern.

The iPhone 6 has a talktime battery life of 14 hours, enough to get you through a basic day, but the LG has a talktime battery life of 19 hours.

The iPhone 6’s camera only has a resolution of 8MP, whereas the G3’s camera has a 13MP camera. This means that you can blow up the G3’s photos to a much larger size before you start losing picture quality

The iPhone 6 can shoot 1080p video at 60fps, whereas the G3 might be able to shoot video at 2160p and 1080p but it’s limited to 30fps which results in video that is slightly jarred in comparison. The iPhone 6 can also shoot slow-motion video at 240fps.

Because Apple uses it’s own iOS operating system on all iPhones, it is the company responsible for creating and releasing software updates, meaning everyone gets them at the same time. The G3, on the other hand, uses LG’s modified version of Google’s Android. Android updates regularly, but it is down to the individual phone companies to adapt those updates for the handsets they released that do not run the vanilla version of the OS.