Today we wanted to compare two of the most anticipated models by all two high-end terminals that arrive with the latest in mobile technology. Two terminals we have talked about long, wide, since they have been the most rumored filtered on the market. Does the new flagship of Huawei bring many new features? Will LG finally be among the biggest? Today we are facing the Huawei P10 and the LG G6.

Comparison Huawei P10 vs LG G6

Design

Both Huawei and LG have decided to make design changes in their new terminals. In the case of Huawei have been very subtle changes to the Huawei P9. The new model offers a design very similar to that of its predecessor, but with slightly more curved sides. However, the P10 does incorporate a great novelty at the design level. And is that the fingerprint reader is located in the front under an oval button reminiscent of other manufacturers.

Huawei P10

The back cover is metallic but appears to be coated with some kind of ceramic or glass material that makes it feel very soft to the touch. At the top we find the double camera with the logo. The camera area offers a darker color to the rest of the case, and is protected by a glass Gorilla Glass.

The complete dimensions of the Huawei P10 are 145.3 x 69.3 x 6.98 millimeters, weighing 145 grams. The terminal will be available in a full range of colors: green, blue, white, pink, silver black and gold.

On the other hand, LG has chosen to completely change the design we saw in the LG G5. So they have decided to say goodbye to the modules and bet on a metallic design in which they emphasize the narrow frames of the front. The Korean company has managed to insert a 5.7-inch screen into the space of a 5.2-inch device.

As the screen occupies practically the whole front, in the back part we find the reader of fingerprints. A back that has been designed in glass, but has an unusual touch. In the upper area, we find the double objective of the camera, located in a horizontal position.

Finally, the screen of the LG G6 is compatible with HDR images both Dolby Vision format and HDR10 format. That is, we can enjoy HDR content from platforms like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video as soon as their applications are ready for it.