Samsung and LG have recently come out with new phones: Samsung with its Galaxy S8 device and LG with its G6 flagship smartphone. The Galaxy S8 and LG's G6 share similar features, however, there are many differences too. Which one is better? Both the flagship phones have been launched recently and ready to go head-to-head in the smartphones market. Samsung Galaxy S8 was unveiled during late March, while the LG G6 had been unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress.

Specs and features

Samsung and LG both used the same brand of processor, which came from Qualcomm, but LG had used the earlier model, while Samsung used the newest option.

As pointed by Gadget360, samsung galaxy S8 and LG G6 devices pack better-than-usual, HDR-enabled displays with the perfect amount of bezels coupled with top-of-the-line features. However, when users compare the small details of the display of these smartphones, the former wins out. LG takes the road less traveled by ditching its modular approach that it followed last year with LG G5 smartphone and surprises its fan with the twist.

On the display front, LG G6 is more than just unibody as it packs a glass plus metal slab with a high-end sophisticated display. Slimmer bezels are an understatement when it comes to LG G6 smartphone. On the other hand, as reported by Stuff!, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is mostly about curves.

The smartphone pulls a tall-screen look with zero percent bezel visible on the curved edges of the smartphone. This particularly makes the smartphone look very attractive. As far as the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 are concerned, as rightfully pointed by PhoneArena, both the devices pack equally great camera specifications.

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While the Galaxy S8 device packs a 12MP rear camera with f/1.7 aperture, making it possible for users to take sharper pictures; the LG G6 smartphone packs a dual-camera setup - both of which are 13MP.


It was discovered by many users that the LG G6 smartphone makes it very easy for the photographer to adjust exposure and focus on subjects - something that maybe lacking in Galaxy S8 smartphone.

Overall, both the devices are very close in head-to-head specs and feature comparison. Customers can choose either of these two smartphones based on their preferred choices of features and specs. Prices of both the devices are almost the same as they cost around $750-$800. Stay tuned for more tech news and updates.