LG G4 Unlock Code & Instructions
With the introduction of the LG G series, it is safe to say that at first glance, there is not much difference between the LG G3 and the LG G4. Both have the same 5.5-inch display the same casing design, and even the layout and placement of buttons and ports are the same (they’re all found at the back of the phone). Directly below it is the key for power and volume controls. Just like the G3, the G4 can also be used as a universal remote control for most household appliances.
The speakers can be found at the bottom of the screen which gives off loud and surprisingly pleasant sound quality even when cranked up to a near maximum.
In comparison, the G4 is slightly thicker and heavier than the G3. We really can’t tell what LG has added to this phone to make it as such, but trust LG to come up with something better every time it introduces a new phone version to the pack.
LG G4 has a display of 1440 x 2560 pixels all contained in its 5.5-inch display screen. This high-resolution display shows off a crisp and clear screen, which we think is great for browsing the internet and watching movies. Even when taken outdoors, one may still enjoy the graphics due to the pumped up brightness and contrast ratio of the phone. This is one of the big differences of the G3 and the G4. Place them side-by-side and put the brightness to the maximum, and experience the difference in the screen’s color, contrast and brightness.
The G4 has a 16-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, color spectrum sensor and laser autofocus found at the back of the phone. The camera features a f1.8 eye but on manual mode, one may be able to set it the ISO, shutter speed, white balance, etc. With the manual mode, one may be able to use the camera phone as a handy DLSR and manipulate the exposure (night shots with car taillights anyone?), among others. However, even with a 16-megapixel camera, one may still see a lot of noise in photo outputs when taken under low-light conditions.
It also has the tri-axis tri-axis optical image stabilization system, which gave us sharper photos even when taken with a bit of shaky hands.
Unlike the G3 that has two LED flash, the G4 dropped the extra flash and instead placed the color spectrum sensor as replacement. The sensor serves as a measuring tool for ambient light, which automatically adjusts the white balance of the phone. This addition is a welcoming treat for avid photographers who use camera phones when taking pictures.
The G4 is packed with the same 3000mAh battery as that of the G3 with additional features to help in battery performance. Firstly, the phone has a Snapdragon 808 chip, a more power efficient alternative that of the G3’s. The G4 has 64-bit support, big.LITTLE architecture which is more efficient with power consumption.
In actual testing, the G4 battery fared better than the G3’s performance given the same normal usage.
If you loved the performance of the G3, then you’d love the G4 even more. We particularly applaud the additional specs to the camera and to the photography experience a user may enjoy when using the LG G4.