LG produces two flagship devices--Google Nexus 5X and LG G4. It would be interesting to see if LG G4 gives a good completion to Google-powered Nexus 5X, which has a tag-line "The Champ is back." LG manufactures both the smartphones, so both the devices have the same chipset Snapdragon 808 but when it comes to display, LG G4 sports a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560 pixel QHD with Quantum Display tech.

On the other hand, Google Nexus 5X bears 5.2-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixel FHD with IPS LCD tech. However, LG G4’s front camera has a 16Mp sensor and delivers a better quality of image than the Google Nexus 5X. Moreover, LG G4 offers different manual options before the shoot.

Furthermore, in terms of storage category, LG G4 leads by offering inbuilt storage of 32GB and can be expanded up to 128GB via microSD card and the whole device runs on 3GB RAM. Google Nexus 5X proffers internal storage of 16GB or 32GB but no external storage option, and the device runs on 2GB RAM.

Even in terms of battery, LG G4 beats Nexus 5X by 3000mAh Li-ion battery while, Nexus 5X offers just 2700 mAh, non-removable battery. But Nexus 5X offers protection by the fingerprint feature while LG G4 offers much broader communication through IR port.

Both the flagship device of LG offers good specifications and feature but LG G4 is costlier in terms of price when compared to Nexus 5X. Regardless of that, LG G4 wins the battle, although it is slightly over priced.

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