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LG has yet again tried to go for an exclusive look, with a stitched-leather look for the new G4. But is it worth the hefty price tag?
The LG G4 houses a 5.5" 1440x2560 IPS multi-touch LCD display, which is bright, sharp, and has accurate colour reproduction.
The G4 has a very original look to it, in terms of design. The stitched leather on the back, however, feels strangely plasticky.
The LG G4 features a Colour Spectrum detector in its camera. When featured against the Samsung Galaxy S6 to show off the camera quality, its huge form factor was very evident. It runs on the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor.
The G4 features a 16-megapixel laser autofocus camera capable of 2160p videos at 30fps. The volume rocker and the power key are placed right underneath it.
The front camera is specced at 8 megapixels, recording 1080p videos at 30fps.
The top panel on the screen has the regular array of sensors, camera and earpiece.
The bottom houses the LG logo, with on-screen functionality buttons.
Although the curve does add a lot of appeal to the device, the sheer size of it added to the curve makes it a rather large device.
Much like the G3, the LG G4 has no side buttons.
The device is large, and accessing the back buttons or performing anything on the phone with one hand may prove difficult.
At Rs. 51,000, the LG G4 is definitely not too pocket-friendly (even in terms of size). We will wait for a chance to spend more time with this behemoth to give you our final judgement.