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Galaxy S7 vs LG V10: Vote best smartphone – Mobile Madness 2016

by Roy Choi | March 31, 2016March 31, 2016 3:40 pm PST

Let’s get voting. Today we have the Samsung Galaxy S7 going head to head against the LG V10. Which will you vote for?

The Galaxy S7 is receiving mainly positive reviews and sports one of the best cameras on the market, right now. Samsung brought back expandable storage and waterproofing, both features missing in the Galaxy S6. The S7 at first glance looks close to the S6, but there are a few subtle design changes that set it apart. Some people may argue the phone hasn’t changed much from the last version, that is probably true. But the changes Samsung made were needed and very welcome.

LG presented to us the V series for the more adventurous phone user, whereas the G-line (e.g., G4, G5) is geared towards the more “visual.” We were intrigued by the V10’s secondary always-on display and what it could be used for, like weather, signal, battery notifications. The V10 came with “just” a Snapdragon 808 processor, but it is paired with 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, removable 3,000 mAh and much more.

Where do your votes go? Samsung Galaxy S7 or the LG V10? Vote today and vote often, check back to see if your vote wins. Have fun!

 

Samsung Galaxy S7

At first glance, the Galaxy S7 looks nearly identical to the Galaxy S6—same button placement, same oval home button/fingerprint sensor combo, same bottom-facing speakers, volume rocker, power button, etc., etc. Nothing really stands out that signifies a major design overhaul over last year—certainly not on the level of change we saw from the Galaxy S5 to the Galaxy S6. But there are some subtle differences.

For one, the S7 is slightly thicker than last year’s model. Not in an annoying way; last year’s S6 came in at a svelte 6.8 mm, while this year’s model is a burly 7.9 mm. That sounds like a big difference, but it’s not something you’ll notice. The device isn’t heavy or unwieldy and it actually feels better thanks to the slightly thicker body, like you’re holding something substantial….read more

 

LG V10

LG just announced the LG V10, its new premium smartphone, and we had a chance to check it out in person. It’s super premium, even more premium than the LG G4, and LG says that the V Series is here to stay. So what’s it all about?

Well, LG said the G Series, including phones like the G4, are for the visual generation, the folks consuming video and images and who want great photography. The V Series, meanwhile, is for “city adventurers,” folks who want to create their own content, specifically great video, and share it with the world…. read more

 

 

This poll closes within 24 hours (the following day).

*Winners from previous rounds are marked bold.

Play-In

March 17 BlackBerry Classic vs OnePlus X
March 18 Nexus 6P vs Sony Xperia Z5
March 19 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs OnePlus 2
March 20 Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs HTC One A9
March 21 Nexus 5X vs Sony Xperia Z5 Premium
March 22 iPhone 6S vs Microsoft Lumia 950
March 23 LG G5 vs Samsung Galaxy S7
March 24 iPhone 6S Plus vs Nextbit Robin
March 25 HTC One M9 vs Microsoft Lumia 950 XL

Round 1

March 26 Motorola Droid Turbo 2 vs Winner of March 17 (BlackBerry Classic)
March 27 Winner of March 18 (Nexus 6P) vs Winner of March 19 (Galaxy S7 Edge)
March 28 Xiaomi Mi 5 vs Winner of March 20 (Galaxy Note 5)
March 29 Winner of March 21 (Xperia Z5 Premium) vs BlackBerry Priv
March 30 Huawei Mate 8 vs Winner of March 22 (iPhone 6S)
March 31 Winner of March 23 (Galaxy S7) vs LG V10
April 1 Moto X Pure Edition vs Winner of March 24 (iPhone 6S Plus)
April 2 Winner of March 25 (Lumia 950 XL) vs Motorola Droid Maxx 2

Round 2 – Quarterfinals

April 3 Winner of March 26 vs Winner of March 27
April 4 Winner of March 28 vs Winner of March 29
April 5 Winner of March 30 vs Winner of March 31
April 6 Winner of April 1 vs Winner of April 2

Semi-final Round

April 7 Winner of April 3 vs Winner of April 4
April 8 Winner of April 5 vs Winner of April 6
Final Round
April 9 Winner of April 7 vs Winner of April 8

 


Roy Choi

Roy Choi is a Southern California native. He has been infatuated with technology reviews ever since he bought his first crummy laptop in the summer...

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