LG G4 Review


The LG G4 is a flagship smartphone with speedy performance, an excellent screen, and one of the best camera systems on any Android phone. It’s also one of the few currently available flagships to feature a replaceable battery and microSD card slot.

In addition, the G4 borrows a design from LG’s previous high-end handset, the G Flex 2. While it doesn’t bend or flex like the G Flex 2 (and even the bendy Nokia 8110 does nothing to make it a genuinely appealing device), the G4’s body is still curved in places, though not as much as we’ve seen on some of its rivals.


LG has returned with an all-new IPS Quantum Display for the G4, which is better than the quad-HD resolution screen of the G3. The panel is designed to offer 20% higher color reproduction, 25% stronger brightness output, and 50% better contrast than its predecessor.

It also has a wide gamut that conforms to the DCI standard usually reserved for cinema and television, which means it’s meant to be more saturated than other smartphone displays.

The LG G4’s display is crisp at 538 PPI, and photos, text, and videos look great. Contrast levels are surprisingly high for an LCD, and the gamma is pretty good at 6500K, which is on the cool side of the spectrum.


LG’s latest flagship smartphone offers one of the best camera experiences available for smartphones. Its 16-megapixel sensor, f/1.8 lens, and OIS 2.0 optical image stabilization combine to make the G4 a camera that’s incredibly good at what it does.

It’s an excellent camera for low light conditions, thanks to its large f/1.8 aperture, but it also has fast laser autofocus on the back for focusing quickly when you press and hold the shutter release.

In addition, the G4’s HDR mode takes a series of photos at different exposures to capture a greater spectrum of light than can be achieved by a single image. The result is a picture that’s much more dynamic than a standard JPEG and can also be used to produce video.


Having a battery that dies prematurely is incredibly frustrating, especially when you’re out on a call or playing a video game. This replacement LG G4 battery is factory tested, fully compatible, and built to original specifications to ensure your phone is back up and running as quickly as possible.

LG’s G4 is a no-compromise flagship smartphone. You’ll get premium leather backs, a best-in-class screen and camera, and reliable all-day battery life.

It’s not the slimmest phone on the market, but it still packs a hefty 3,000mAh battery. Thankfully, LG has also got a few tricks up its sleeve to help extend battery life.


LG is always trying to push the boundaries of smartphone design and technology. They are one of the most innovative companies, often challenging Samsung, Apple, and other manufacturers regarding new features and designs.

The LG G4 is no exception to this rule. It is a flagship device, and it is meant to compete with the top-tier smartphones from Samsung, iPhone, and others.

It has a 5.5-inch Quad HD display similar to the ones found on the Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6. The IPS Quantum display is supposed to be 20% brighter, 25% stronger, and 50% better than last year’s G3 screen.


As LG’s tagline suggests, the design of the G4 will have people “seeing the great, feeling great.” This device aims to make a statement with a curved screen and various back cover options.

It’s not the most premium phone in the world, but it does offer a good mix of materials and looks. Its leather backing is a significant improvement over the plastic ones LG has used in the past, making this device look a lot more premium than many other phones on the market today.

The LG G4 also has a curved display that is supposed to be 20 percent stronger than its predecessor’s glass. Its IPS Quantum panel uses new liquid crystal technology to improve brightness and color accuracy.

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