The LG G3 is a remarkable smartphone in many ways, and the screen is definitely one of its more notable features. The massive, 5.5” piece of glass does not only have an imposing size, but also a staggering resolution, which is sure to attract a lot of attention from tech-savvy people. This is why a detailed display comparison featuring the G3 and its biggest rivals made a lot of sense.

Now that we've carefully examined all the displays, we've come to the conclusion that all are pretty much neck and neck right now, with some small exceptions.

The screens of the LG G3 and Galaxy S5 are the ones that remain slightly behind those of their opponents. The main problem for the G3 is the slightly worse outdoor visibility, while the Galaxy S5 suffers from inaccurate color balance. While the other three contestants, the iPhone 5s, One (M8), and Xperia Z2, aren't that much better, they manage to gain a bit of a lead due to being a notch better overall. The iPhone 5s achieves this by sporting a more accurate color balance, as well as an excellent brightness output, while the M8 and Z2 remain on an equal footing with Apple's finest by making up for the slight inaccuracies and missing nits with some extra resolution.

At the end of the day, if we have to make a conclusion for the newcomer in this comparison, the LG G3, we'd say that LG has done a pretty good job overall. Its display is far from perfect, and in most cases – it cannot surpass what others have already accomplished, but it sure is a tempting proposition for fans of larger-than-life displays.

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