Google Pixel XL vs. LG G6 – Will Google Beat LG?
Google Pixel XL is perhaps the hottest smartphone on the market right now. However, it will have some serious competition in the light of the recently released LG G6. LG has announced their rival at the Mobile World Congress event that took place in Barcelona on February 26. But which one of them is better?
LG G6 has a metal design that includes a glass finish on its back. It is water and dust resistant, while the bezels around the display are really slim. The fingerprint sensor on the back is circular, placed next to the dual rear camera and the USB Type-C. Meanwhile, Pixel XL also has a sleek design and a metal build with glass. It is quite similar on this aspect.
LG G6 has a 5.7 inches display that offers a QHD resolution of 2880×1440 pixels. The ppi index is 564. It offers HDR options, supporting Dolby Vision and HDR 10 standards, while the aspect ratio is 18:9. Google Pixel XL sports a 5.5 inches display with the same QHD resolution, but a lower ppi, 534. The advantage Pixel XL has is that it offers a curved display.
LG G6 runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, complete with 4 GB RAM and 32 or 64 GB of internal memory, which you can expand. The battery is a 3330 mAh one. Meanwhile, Pixel XL runs on the same processor and the same number of RAM GB, but the native configurations rely on 32 and 128 GB. The battery here is 3450 mAh, so bigger than the LG G6.
LG G6 offers a dual-camera system on the back with 13 MP snappers. On the front you will find a 5 MP selfie camera. The Pixel XL comes with a 12.3 camera on the back and a 8 MP one on the front.