LG G Flex vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3
More, more, more. That’s the name of the game with their camera apps, since they’re filled to the roof with several shooting modes and manual controls to give shutterbugs everywhere something to be content about.
It’s the battle of the 13-megapixel cameras, that’s what these two are flaunting! Impressively, they produce the same lovable looking photos that are rich in detail, properly exposed, and boast lively looking colors. With the latter, though, it tends to be warmer for the G Flex – and cooler with the Note 3. Under lower lighting situations, shots taken by the G Flex come out brighter, allowing it to draw out slightly more details. Finally, their LED flashes cast pretty much the same amount of lighting to our subjects.
We’re also split when it comes to recording 1080p videos. No doubt, they’re ample for the task at hand, but there’s just a smidgen more consistency with the Note 3’s quality, seeing that it’s just crisper with its visuals – whereas with the G Flex, details tend to be a bit subdued, which results in a softer tone. Also, the G Flex is more prone to prominent artifacting elements as we’re panning.
Looking at their music players, we again take notice how they similarly match one another with their presentations and functions. Likewise, their internal speakers emit boisterous and commanding tones that allow us to easily discern them – and without strain or distortion at the loudest volume setting.
Having big screens that are iridescent, they make for ideal video watching experiences. With the subtle curve with the G Flex’s display, it’s mentioned to have less reflection, but in our experience, it’s hardly noticeable to the trained eye. Essentially, we’re pleased by the performance that each delivers – more so when they provide us with their complementing multi-tasking features.