LG G2 V LG G2 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 V G2 Mini

The G2 Mini is the squished version of the G2.  Different they are, but just how different?

Click the image below to be taken through to a full detailed spec comparison.

Or watch the animation video below that shows the differences.

Nokia Lumia 625 v LG G2 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 Mini v Nokia Lumia 625

The most striking difference between these two handsets has to be the fact that one is powered by Android whilst the other runs Windows Phone.

Despite this, the two handsets have some similarities and allow you to do a lot of similar things, just in a slightly different way.

If you click on the image below, you will get a full spec comparison of the Nokia Lumia 625 against the LG G2 Mini.

For an animated version of the spec comparison, please watch the video below.

HTC Desire 610 V LG G2 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 Mini V HTC Desire 610

Want to know how these two compare in terms of hardware and specification?  If the answer is yes, then you are in the right place.

Click the following image to get a detailed specification comparison between the two.

Motorola Moto G V LG G2 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 Mini V Motorola Moto G

The Moto G is the undisputed king of smartphones when it comes to value for money.  It offers a lot for the money.

The G2 Mini is a very capable handset though too and may offer something a little more for some users depending on your requirement.

We have put the specs side by side in a graphic for you to easily compare.

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If you would prefer, you can watch the animated version of this below.

LG G2 Mini V Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Spec Comparison

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact V LG G2 Mini

In the battle of the small but powerful form factor, the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact has been branded the top dog.

That said, the LG G2 Mini has a pretty strong specification set and when you consider the increased screen size for what is nearly the same overall size then there is a lot of reason to consider both if you are in the market for a new phone.

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Motorola Moto X V LG G2 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 Mini V Motorola Moto X

The Moto X may no longer be available, but you might be an owner of one and considering a replacement.

The LG G2 Mini has some comparable features so we have put together a a detailed specification comparison for you to look at.

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Google Nexus 5 V LG G2 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 Mini V Google Nexus 5

The Google Nexus 5 is made by LG and is supposed to be one of the best experiences of Android on a smartphone that you can get.

Bearing in mind the LG manufacture the Nexus 5, how does it stack up in comparison to the G2 Mini, LG’s own branded handset.

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If you would rather watch a video, then we have that covered too with an animated technical specification comparison video below.

LG G2 Mini V HTC One Mini Spec Comparison

HTC One Mini v LG G2 Mini

The G2 Mini and One Mini are just two examples of the mini versions of premium handsets we see manufacturers offering.

There are inevitably differences between the two and the following comparison aims to show you just what those differences are.

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LG G2 Mini V Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Spec Comparison

LG G2 Mini v Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini

The era of the ‘mini’ devices is upon us and LG and Samsung are two of the big brands that have offered out a mini version of the more premium handsets.

To assist you in making comparison between the two, click the image below to be taken through to a full graphic which shows all of the key differences between the two handsets.

If you would rather watch an animated video, then click play below to see the differences.

Motorola: E, G or 4G?

Motorola are slowly cornering the market for powerful budget smartphones. So which one should you choose?

Motorola Moto GLast year Motorola released the Moto G, an ambitious project with a clear vision: to be the best possible value-for-money smartphone you can buy.

To say the Moto G was a success would be understatement, the handset continues to sell well after more than 6 months, the kind of time when even big-name flagship sales generally taper off to drips and drabs.

To look at why the G has been such a hit would take an article by itself. At its core though is a one-two punch of performance and price, the result of mobile technology advancing and converging to a point where this level of quality simply wasn’t possible a year ago.

There’s also the consumer experience - The G works. Before this, cheap phones were synonymous with rubbish. The Moto G bucks this trend by being both powerful and functional. My girlfriend (bought SIM-free) and her best friend (saved money on a cheap contract upgrade) both have one and love them - “best phone I’ve ever had”, she said. Seriously.

Expanding the range

The mobile world moves quickly however and Motorola, original pioneers of this industry, have been keen to recognise the lifecycle of modern handsets. For the time being the standard Moto G remains on sale in its current form, although we now have two more devices flanking the price point at either side.

These are the entry level Moto E & upgraded Moto G 4G. The E sits at the frankly ridiculous price of £99 yet still succeeds in the important task of working. Sure it skimps a bit on processing power, camera and base storage but at the end of the day this is still a truly working smartphone, with an up to date Android OS, WiFi, GPS and everything else you expect. Nothing else really even comes close to the E in terms of functionality and overall features for less than a hundred quid.

The G 4G takes the goodwill from the original G and expands on a couple of key points. One of these of course is in the name – 4G LTE capabilities. The other is about the only thing missing from the original and mentioned in a number of reviews: a micro SD card slot. The inclusion of external storage means there will be only 1 base storage version of 8 GB.

We’ll likely see the original Moto G slowly wave farewell as the G 4G rolls into town in a couple of weeks, so if you don’t need the LTE and want a spec bump on the E, then now is the best time to pick up an original Moto G. They might not be around in a few month’s time.

So which one?

Motorola Moto E Black and WhiteAny of the 3 is a great investment depending on your needs, so just ask yourself what it is you’re actually after.

For simplicity and ease of use then the E is your best bet. There’s no bells and whistles on this phone so if you don’t take a lot of pictures or play big games, then the E is great for getting down to the business of communication and information.

The standard G, while it’s still available, adds a lot more punch for only a little less cost. Jumping from dual-core to quad-core might not seem like much but it does result in a smoother, quicker device that can handle more intensive applications. You also get an improved main camera too, plus a front facing one, perfect for Snapchats & selfies.

While the original G remains available, the 4G version might not be of huge interest to the budget conscious. The extra £15 really does pay for itself if you have a 4G service though, also the micro SD card has an attraction if you take a lot of pictures or want to store music or videos.

Follow the ‘read more’ link for a side by side comparison of all 3 handsets.

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