Benchmarks going backwards, I've tried to capture performance in units in kilobytes, or in KB (kB/s) per second. As you can see, in our comparison, all the phones are very comparable. We're talking about 4K benchmarks, not a normal user.
As for screen, we used the benchmarking test below on a stock HTC One S with a Snapdragon 808 processor, 32GB of memory, 6GB of RAM, and a 16GB model.
As expected, the LG V20 doesn't come out all that far ahead of its competition in any meaningful way. The Galaxy Note 5, for instance, clocked in at just 2,743 to LG's 2,969, but our benchmarking test showed that the V20 was actually faster, with an average of 5,722 to the Note 5's 4,058.
However, HTC can claim a perfnatyasastra.comormance advantage in battery life, which we'll discuss below. The V20 is one of the only phones we have that comes with a removable 4,000mAh battery, which also gives it a lot of potential for performance in battery capacity. LG seems to use a more complicated design here, where a full-size battery module is located on the back of the phone.
Let's start with the most important aspects that matter: the resolution of the display.
This is the key element that really matters for screen quality and battery life. The bigger the resolution, the better it is at rendering, especially at high pixel densities. The LG V20 has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 with a 5-point capacitive touchscreen, in an더킹카지노 IPS-type panel.
The LG V20's screen measures 5.1″ x 0.9″, which is also large, but much smaller than the Galaxy Note 5, which has a 5.5″ x 0.7″ display (which measures 5.5″ x 2.5″). If we consider the V10, 5.1″ x 1.1″ is still large. The Nexus 6P has a 5.2″ x 1.3″ display. The Apple iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 are both 5.9″ x 1.1″, and the 5.2″ x 1.2″ display on the LG V20 matches up to the 5.1″ x 1.2″ on the ne바카라w Galaxy Note 5.
This is the largest display that anyone can get for any phone