Samsung Galaxy S5 Vs HTC One M8 Vs Other Flagship Upcoming Smartphones

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs. HTC One M8 vs. Other Flagship Upcoming Smartphones LG G2: A 2014 Smartphone Buying Guide.

Today, the market is flooded with gazillions of smartphones, making it a difficult choice for any buyer to choose a right phone from the lot. Smartphones are getting better and better every day, in this smartphone buying guide I have tried to unravel the dilemma revolving around the latest and upcoming smartphones. A detailed analysis of the features of Galaxy S5 vs. HTC One M8 vs. other flagship upcoming smartphones i.e. LG G2, will give you a clear picture about their utility and usage. Accordingly, it would be easy for you to decide, which phone matches your preferences. 

Detailed analysis on the basis of feature:

Basic features:
Samsung Galaxy S5- Galaxy S5 comes in a plastic body like its predecessor but this time with an improved rear, whereas, HTC One M8 comes with metallic finish which is carved with a block of aluminum that provides an impressive finish to the phone. LG 2G comes in a usual plastic-body that has played it down in the smartphone market.

Color choices
Samsung Galaxy S5- Black, white, blue, copper
HTC One M8- Gunmetal Grey, Glacial Silver, Amber Gold
LG G2- Red and Gold

Samsung Galaxy phones are famous for their good picture quality but with 16MP rear camera Galaxy S5 is par excellence which has also surpassed HTC One M8 5MP rear camera. However, M8 includes dual cameras- the primary camera offers a flash to capture photos in dim light, while the secondary is constructed to capture the acute details. LG G2 has come up with mid-way out with its 13 MP camera that also provides a descent picture quality.
Front Camera:Both Samsung Galaxy S5and LG G2 comes with 2.1MP front camera as compared to HTC One M8 which comes with 5MP front-facing secondary camera; earning an edge over the other two smart phones.

Removable battery
If you are particularly looking for a removable battery option in your smartphone than Galaxy S5 is the phone for you, along with the removable battery option the phone promises a respectable battery backup. On the contrary, LG G2 and M8 show a good battery backup but still lack this feature. 

Clearly, Galaxy S5 comes with water resistance quality, whereasLG G2 and M8 does not possess any such quality.

Galaxy S5 5.1 screen makes it content more legible and makes the phone portable, on the other hand M8 has 5-inch screen which is also decent enough, as there is a slight difference between both the screens. But LG G2 has an edge here, over these two phones; it has a 5.2-inch wide screen.

Both Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 come with 16GB built-in storage with an expandable memory of up to 128 GB and both support micro SD type. On the other handLG G2 that is backed with 32 GB internal memorycomes without any expandable memory feature. Rest the processor, graphics processor, and system memory is similar in all three phones.

Other Features:

Samsung Galaxy S5: 
Finger print ID, gesture barometer, step detector, step counter, accelerometer, gyroscope, pedometer, compass, and hall.

HTC One M8:
Compass, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope

LG G2: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, compass, additional microphones for voice recording
Apart from above mentioned specifications these android phones run on the similar operating system; latest version of android i.e. android 4.4Kit Kat.Besides, Galaxy S5 also features Touch Wiz an updated version of S Health app that offers a detailed account of calories burned and consumed. And thanks to the heart scanner, you can now measure your heart rate on the go feeling safe at Galaxy S5’s hand. Interestingly the Samsung’s download booster mode enables you to use both 4G and Wi-Fi connections side by side. Hence, Samsung Galaxy is a perfect bliss!

About the Author:
This article has written by Sanjay Kumar Negi. He is an entrepreneur and likes to write articles on technology and science.
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