Samsung Galaxy S6 vs LG G4 Detailed Camera Comparison. Comparing the front-facing selfie cameras, the 4K/16 megapixel rear facing cameras, auto-focus and audio of the LG G4 vs Galaxy S6 for both video and photos with example shots indoors, outdoors and in low-light. Subscribe for more: http://goo.gl/Cx6HWH
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Front camera: S6 is much better,more stable,G4 is so bright.
Mic:S6 is a lot more clear
Rear:The S6 has better mic,More stable,is better in low light,But the G4 has more natural colors outside,While the S6 is a little bit oversatured
Gotta give it up for the GS6. I was wanting the G4 because of the fully manual camera, but watching this video I think I'm gonna be hanging around with Samsung a bit longer. Can't wait to see what the reveal for the next Galaxy phone has to offer!
Had my eyes set on the s6 then compared it on PhoneArena.com, now I kinda want the G4 more. The G4 has the same MP as the S6 in the rear cam and more MP's in the front along with a cheaper price and a stronger battery. For me a good camera, battery and price are the deal breakers. Anybody know a better phone with these requirements bc I haven't found any.
I own an s6 and whenever I turn on the camera it gives it this matte, smooth look if you know what I mean. I think the reason why they have this is get rid of blemishes, maybe? Anyway, I know how to turn that look on the front camera by sliding the beauty feature to zero. but how do I turn it off on the rear?
for advice don't use any kind of fast chargers on this device .. many people (and they are not sure about what's the real problem) says it is a capacitor fault which is a direct result of over voltage or something related to the flow of the current in the motherboard.
this was just an advice without any definite / confirmed source of information
I've owned the S6 and I send it back after 1 week. I couldn't handle the idea of being stuck with limited storage, It does look really nice but to protect that you have to have a fugly case which instantly removes any beauty it persuaded you with. So I have decided to opt for the G4 now, great camera, removable back/battery and upgradable storage.
I don't understand!
I just bought a G4 and the camera, in ANY mode, takes very grainy pictures when you would zoom in to a very nominal distance.
This is not expected.
Anyone facing the same issue or has a fix for it?
+David K i actually was talking about cropping AFTER the shot was taken. And I don't have any say in setting the ISO in auto-mode. Having said that, I tried the manual mode also. Setting lower ISO only decreases the visibility of the grain. I have a HTC 820 with a 13MP camera which seems to take very similar, if not the same, grained pictures.
Grain occurs when you use a very high ISO in low light photos, so try tweaking some settings in manual mode. Also, if you zoom in too much it will inevitably cause pixelatian, that's totally normal for any camera and I recommend not zooming until AFTER the picture is taken (by cropping it). The LG G4 has awesome cameras.. Easily the best when it comes to smartphone cameras.
the LG G4 depicts the image as it actually is... The S6 seems to have some post processing to enhance images taken. In a world full of filters and consumers who want shots that are social media ready... the S6 wins out easily. The LG G4 seems more suited for professional photographers.
I really wanted to buy LG 4G, I like it for the microSD card slot and that you can open up and change battery! Also, the design is very nice (something else) and fits perfectly in the hand, my last phone was a samsung and was so slippery that it always slipped from my hand and fell down (when I was hurrying). I'm very careful with technic, but it still happend. But now seeing how shaky and bad the audio in taking video is...makes me wonder if I really should choose LG 4G over Samsung S6....
hi saf, please try for the next time to take some more pictures of faces (rear-cam). no one does this here on youtube - most pics are of buildings and flowers, that nobody cares. cause of this i bought the SGS5, which indoor photos of faces look terrible. even the old S2 does this job better :(