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LG G3 vs HTC Desire 816: Which phone is worth the price?

LG G3 vs HTC Desire 816: Which phone is worth the price?
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HTC Desire 816

HTC Desire 816 was released in May of this year. A comparable smartphone to match it with is none other than the LG G3, which was introduced in July and will hit stores before the year ends. To help users choose between the two phones, it is only proper to have a matchup between HTC’s phone a.k.a the “photo lover’s dream” and LG’s “simple yet smart” phone before they shell out some cash.

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LG G3

HTC Desire 816 comes with a glossy polycarbonate plastic exterior and, at the same time, is surrounded with matte-effect.  This, as Trusted Reviews remarked, gives it a nice solid look. The make of the LG G3, even though plastic, gives a premium look with its metallic effect.

The difference in their dimensions is something interesting to note as well. Between the two, HTC Desire 816 is thinner (0.31 inch) but heavier (165 grams). LG G3 weighs 134 grams in its 0.41-inch thickness.

Both phones provide users with a wide variety of color choices. HTC Desire 816 has black, white, red/orange, green, and gray versions while LG G3…………… continues on ChristianToday

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HTC Desire Eye vs. HTC One M8 – Specifications, Features And Price Comparison
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The HTC Desire Eye, aka HTC‘s selfie phone, has recently been unveiled at a special event and the release date is pegged for November. The HTC One M8, on the other hand, was released in March. Readers who are interested in purchasing the 2014 flagship HTC One M8 or the latest HTC Desire Eye should check out this comparison.

Display, Exterior And Size

The HTC Desire Eye comes with a 5.2-inch LCD display and 1,080 x 1,920 pixels resolution, whereas the HTC One M8 features a relatively smaller 5.0-inch Super LCD3 display and shares the same resolution with the Desire Eye. While the One M8 comes with a pixel density of 441 ppi, the Desire Eye smartphone clocks 424 ppi.

When it comes to design, the 2014 flagship One M8 comes with premium-look written…………… continues on International Business Times AU

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