LG G4 is an attempt to create an exceptional visual experience. It’s hard to beat LG G4 in terms of camera and display, and cutting-edge design and fabrication, the utmost luxury all in the palm of your hand.
- Display Type-IPS Quantum Display
- Size-5.5 inches
- Resolution-2560 x 1440 (Quad HD), 538 ppi
- Platform OS-Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)
- Chipset-Qualcomm® Snapdragon 808 processor with X10 LTE
- CPU-1.8GHz 64-bit Hexa-Core
- GPU-Adreno 418
- Memory Card slot-Supports up to 2TB microSD card
- Internal-32 GB, 3 GB RAM
- 16-megapixel OIS-enhanced camera
- 8-megapixel selfie shooter
- Stunning leather-clad design
- 3,000mAh battery
Forward-thinking design with a classic touch
Genuine leather finish phones available in black and brown.
Classically advanced materials.
The G4’s design and fabrication span all the way from classic to cutting edge. With Metal Craft Ceramic Craft and Leather Craft, the G4 is an aesthetic throwback to the future.
Designed to be unbuttoned.
The trademark rear button puts the control right where you want it and off the sides of the device, giving the G4 a smooth, uninterrupted profile. The result is elegantly sleek and functional.
Such a pleasure to hold, it’s like a hand in love.
Whatever finish you choose, the G4’s ergonomically-shaped body form hugs the contours of your hand as much as your hand hugs it. It not only looks good, it feels good too.
More ways to take notice.
How’s the weather? Where is my next meeting? How active have I been today? The new G4 comes preloaded with an entire suite of native software and clever ways to quickly access it, along with important information and notices.
- Smart Notice
- Smart Bulletin 2.0
- Air Drive
- Event Pocket
- Snap Page
- Ringtone ID
- LG Health
- Smart Settings
- Glance View
See the bigger picture and capture it.
Photographers and amateurs have something new in common: the G4. With its f/1.8 low-light lens, Manual Mode, Optical Image Stabilization, Laser Autofocus, and high-res image sensors, the smart phone is finally getting a pro-grade upgrade.
- Manual Mode
- 16 MP Rear
- 8 MP Front
- Color Spectrum sensor
Look on the brilliant side.
The 5.5” IPS Quantum display on the new G4 is brighter, more colorful, and has more contrast than ever before. It’s our boldest and most brilliant yet, kind of like the G4 itself.
- Improved contrast & brightness
- Improved color space & accuracy
- 5.5” Quad HD
The power you need Plus a little more.
With improved processing and battery management, the all-new G4 is the perfect balance of speed and endurance.
- 3,000 mAh REMOVABLE BATTERY
- UP TO 2TB microSD CARD SUPPORT
- QUALCOMM® 800-SERIES PROCESSOR
With improved resolution, contrast, brightness and color range, 5.5” Quad HD display on the G4 gives viewers an unmatched visual experience.
- Resolution-2560 x 1440 (Quad HD)
- Type-IPS Quantum
With more available megapixels, improved image stabilization, laser autofocus, a larger image sensor and a fast, large-aperture lens, the rear camera on the new LG G4 is clearly the finest we’ve ever made.
- Sensor size-1/2.6”
- White balance-Yes (variable)
- Image stabilization-Yes
- Autofocus type-Laser
- Flash-Single LED
- RAW capture-Yes
Take your best selfies yet with the feature-packed 8-megapixel front camera on the LG G4.
- UX-Gesture Shot, Gesture View, Front Facing Soft Light
Do more and do it faster with the lightning-quick, seamless performance of a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 808 processor.
- Type-Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 808 processor with X10 LTE and (integrated)
- Speed-1.8GHz 64-bit Hexa-Core CPU
Go from day to night and then day to night again with a long-lasting battery that you can swap out in seconds.
- Size-3,000 mAh
The G4 arrives preloaded with 32 GB of built-in storage, and can be expanded with microSD cards up to 2TB.
- RAM-3 GB
- Total internal-32 GB
- External-Up to 2TB microSD Card Support
4G LTE, WiFi®, Bluetooth® and more: The LG G4 is standing by.
- WiFi®-802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth®-4.1 BLE
- 4K Slimport Support-Yes
- GPS-GPS-A, Glonass
The future-ready LG G4 arrives with the latest version of the Android OS.
- Operating system-Android™ 5.1, Lollipop
- Sharp and generously sized display
- A group of camera controls and raw image shooting
- A replaceable battery
- Expandable storage.
- Phablet size screen in a phone size body
- Battery life is inadequate
- There are no significant new software features than its ancestor.
With its lightning quick processor, big and bright display, and 16-megapixel camera that can shoot both JPEG and raw file formats, it’s easy to see how the LG G4 is a greatly performing device. It’s also one of the most enjoyable LG handsets to use because of its interface’s beauty, and has both expandable memory and a removable battery.
Despite all its pros, however, the handset feels like a slightly jerked, eventually repackaged LG G3. An addition is a new leather-clad option but as G4 doesn’t progress far enough beyond its previous endeavor G3, it’s hard to get excited about it.
With its lack of cutting-edge hardware and innovative software, LG played the game very safe with the G4. May be this could turn very disadvantageous for LG G4.
All the elements that made G3 great are back for sure in G4, and they’re better than before. If you liked the LG G3, you’ll like the LG G4 also but may get disappointed with the very less new offerings than G3.
It’s faster, has a great screen and you could be happy to know that by having G4 you will be getting the best camera around.
LG G4 – Design is 148.9 x 76.1 x 9.8 mm, 155g, Plastic edge, Removable back, Rear button
This is a phablet screen in a smart phone’s body. That means that you can use the G4 one-handed as easily as you’d use a 5-inch phone.
Using the LG G4 is even easier than handling a smaller handset, in some respects. The rear button design that’s been around has a little fine tuning and works better than it ever has. It’s a smart designing LG does in whole G series. You get easy access to all the buttons you need with your index finger, by touch alone which is again intelligent showered in designing by G4.
The only problem with the design is taking photos using the physical button, rather than tapping the screen. You can do this on the G4 using the volume-down button, but it’s clumsy.
Ease of use is the major benefit of the rear buttons, but clean design is another. All the edges of the G4 are smooth, save the bottom which is home to the Micro USB port and headphone jack. Nothing interferes with holding the phone.
In almost all respects the LG G4 is built like the G3, if a little taller and thinner. The key difference is a steady curve to the screen. This is nothing like the steeply curved sides on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
The curve makes the phone ever so slightly banana shaped, LG claims the curve makes the phone “20% tougher” – 20% tougher than what, we’re not sure, although the little bit of flex it has could, potentially, spread the force of an impact better than more rigid handsets. Like the Galaxy S6 Edge.