Camera Comparison: LG G2 vs Samsung Galaxy S4, iPhone 5, HTC One
In theory, videos shot with the LG G2 should look nothing short of outstanding. After all, the smartphone can capture optically stabilized, 1080p footage at 60 frames per second. But in reality, the quality of its videos depends greatly on the lighting conditions. Outdoor videos look amazingly smooth, but those shot in low light are extremely blurry, almost to the point of being unusable. The Samsung Galaxy S4 can take 1080p video at “only” 30 frames per second, and it looks very good, both during the day and during the night, even with no stabilization into play. The iPhone 5 can also take beautiful videos under broad daylight, but its low-light footage is very noisy. As for the HTC One, it takes good videos in a variety of conditions, but its aggressive auto-focus algorithms often try to refocus onto something when doing so isn't needed.
There's no denying, however, that the HTC One excels in capturing audio, while the iPhone 5 lags way behind the rest in that respect. The LG G2 and Samsung Galaxy S4 record sound clearly and at high volume in their videos.
Camera Comparison: LG G2 vs Samsung Galaxy S4, iPhone 5, HTC One - Video