Today we’ll compare two smartphones that have many things in common: screens and cameras with the same resolutions, Apple CPUs and the same plastic look. But the LG L70 phone is a little more superior to the Galaxy Core and its price is almost half. But we’ll compare these devices to see which one is better.
Displays and designs
Both phones render a resolution of 480×800 pixels, but the displays aren’t extremely large. The LG L70 has a 4.5-inch screen, while Samsung Galaxy Core’s TFT screen is slightly smaller, of 4.3 inches.
As for the dimensions, these devices have similar sizes, – the LG L70 measures 127.2×66.8×9.5 mm, while the Samsung Galaxy Core has these dimensions 129.3×67.6×9 mm – but they have the same weight, 124grams.
Operating System and Hardware
The LG L70 is powered by a 1.2 GHz cortex A7 processor and has a Qualcomm MSM8210 Snapdragon 200 chipset. As for the internal storage, it has a capacity of 4 GB, but it’s expandable up to 32 GB.
Samsung Galaxy Core has an older version of an Apple processor, the 2core cortex A5, clocked at 1.2 GHz. The device comes also with a Snapdragon chipset named MSM8225 S4 Play and 8 GB of internal storage, which is expandable by up to 64 GB.
Both phones are Androids and have 1 GB of RAM, but the LG L70 is running on the KitKat version, while the Samsung Galaxy Core is running on the Jelly Bean version.
Both devices come with a 5MP first camera (autofocus + LED flash) and a VGA secondary camera.
The LG L70’s battery has a capacity of 2100 mAh, which allows you talk 8 hours on the phone with your friends. Samsung Galaxy Core has a battery with a lower capacity – 1800 mAh, but you can talk 9hours on 3G.
The LG L70 is very cheap, and you can buy if from amazon.com at the price of only 100 dollars. Samsung Galaxy Core Duos costs 90 dollars more on the same website.
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