The OnePlus Two was launched recently so let’s take a look back at OnePlus One and see how it still fares against its successor along with other flagship devices. LG G3 is the last-generation flagship from LG Electronics, so let’s have a look at how it fares against the last-generation flagship killer from OnePlus.
In terms of processing power, LCD display and rear/front camera, each of these devices are almost identical. However, there are some specifications that rightfully set them apart. In terms of design and build quality, both these devices have the presence of ergonomic buttons and the same thickness on them.
Compared to the OnePlus One, the LG G3 is around 1mm narrower and 7mm shorter. The LG G3 has an aesthetically appealing brushed metal back, a curved back and is around 13 grams lighter than the OnePlus One.
However, all of it makes for a very slippery device. The One has a really premium feel about it, especially with the logo positioned neatly at the back.
When you hold the device, you will experience the soft touch. When you compare the displays, each of them have a 5.5inch LCD screen but the LG display has better specs.
This is because it has a quad-HD display with 534ppi compared to the Full-HD, 401ppi display in the OnePlus One. Although this sounds like a huge difference when you look at the figures, all these figures don’t really mean nothing when you look at them personally.
The user interface in the G3 is more customizable compared to the OnePlus One. Critics have also remarked that the One display isn’t quite vivid and also lacks in contrast. Compared to that, the LG G3 display has been appreciated due to its ability to differentiate between lighter/darker colors.
Both of these devices house a Quad-core 2.5 GHz CPU with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. There were reports that the LG G3 was experiencing some lags but after the update, the device has run smoothly.
In terms of sound quality, it depends on user preference but that being said, the speakers in G3 are known to get muffled but the OnePlus One speakers are crystal clear. Both of these devices can record 4K video with their 13megapixel rear cameras.
The photographs in LG are much nicer owing to the laser-guided focus. The One has a 3100mAh battery compared to the 3000mAh battery in the G3, so you’ll hardly notice any differences there.
In other news, you can now install SOKP Android 5.1.1 Lollipop custom ROM on OnePlus One. Before proceeding, keep in mind that Day Herald should not be held liable for any damage to your device during installation or if these steps don’t bring the desired results. Take a look at the following steps:-
- Firstly, you must download the SOKP Android 5.1.1 Lollipop custom ROM and the necessary Google Apps in your PC.
- After this, you need to connect the device to your PC via USB. Put the custom-ROM zip file and the Google Apps Zip file in your phone’s storage memory. Make sure to place them in the root folder and not anywhere else.
- You need to switch off your device and disconnect from PC.
- Start Recovery Mode by pressing down on the Power and Volume Down buttons. After you have entered the Recovery Mode, you need to clear the phone’s memory by choosing factory reset/wipe data.
- Choose ‘wipe cache partition’ and clear the cache memory.
- Now, return to ClockworkMod recovery and choose ‘advanced’ and select ‘wipe dalvik cache’.
- Tap install zip from SD card once you return to the main recovery screen.
- Now you can begin the installation process by selecting ‘’choose zip from sdcard’’, then directing it to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop ROM .zip file. You must repeat the same procedure for Google Apps.