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Samsung Galaxy S6 vs LG G4 – Unending rivalry

"This year the battle between Korean rivals Samsung and LG was pretty back and forth, but ultimately I would have to say that the former managed to win overall thanks to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4."

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emilysmithltg3419d ago

I think the LG G4 will once again trump the Samsung flagship.

Minimoth3419d ago

Samsung will probably sell more units but I expect LG to offer the better device.

pressjudge3419d ago

If we look strictly on LG G4 and Galaxy S6 sales presumptions than i would say the LG G4 will outsell the S6.

iNFAMOUZ13419d ago

its that time again 2 years, time to upgrade, i hope the gs6 looks very nice

Blasphemy3419d ago

if the alpha series is anything to by it will.

DIPSET3419d ago

who honestly buys a samsung smartphone to play in the first league of high end gadgets? thats just...haha

G4 will be awesome as the previous ones


Samsung Galaxy S6 could get the Android Oreo upgrade after all

A few weeks back, we reported that Samsung is not going to release the Android Oreo upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge seemed to be the oldest models to get the new software.

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KingPin2336d ago

i think manufacturers should support flagships much longer than they do currently.

however, if they dont, the upside to having a flagship phone and community development.
if the manufacturer doesnt want to update the android, a custom rom will do it just fine.


LG Is Selling Batteries And Cradles For The LG V10, G4, G3, And Lucid 2 Priced As Low As $10 Each

LG is holding an interesting limited time deal for accessories in the US, as it turns out. You can save 60% when you buy a replacement battery, 50% when getting a charging cradle, and a whopping 70% when combining the two into a bundle.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S7 series is selling a lot better than the Galaxy S6 did

It’s become increasing common to hear of Samsung’s mobile business struggling, but here’s some positive news — early signs around its newest devices suggest that the company might be returning to times of success.

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