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LG G5 Review! – Top 8 Reasons to Buy LG G5!

For those of you who are thinking about getting the LG G5, here’s the top 8reasons why you should buy LG G5.

First and foremost, if you want to have two back cameras, one primary and other super wide-angle, the LG G5 is definitely the way to go as it offers you a wide-angle camera usually found on much bigger DSLRs/mirrorless cameras.  The primary camera on LG G5 already keeps up with cameras on other flagships like the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge and by having additional wide-angle camera, you will be able to take photos otherwise not possible (such as taking a wide-angle shot from the top of Great Wall in China).


OnePlus 3 – Top 5 Reasons to Buy! [MUST WATCH BEFORE BUYING]

For those of you who are wondering whether to buy the OnePlus 3, here’s our Top 5 reasons for buying OnePlus 3.

#1 – If you absolutely cannot afford more than $400 for a smartphone, the OnePlus 3 may be the best Android smartphone you can buy under $400.   You can grab a Galaxy S7 on eBay for about $550 when it’s on sale (check often) but if $400 is absolute budget for you, OnePlus 3 is the way to go.


OnePlus 3 – Is it worth buying the Hype? [MUST WATCH BEFORE BUYING]

As a owner of both OnePlus One and OnePlus 2, I had a hard decision to make this year, “should I buy the OnePlus 3?  Is it worth buying the hype?”

After pondering about it, I’ve decided to not buy the OnePlus 3 this year and here are my Top 5 reasons.

First, OnePlus 3 does NOT have 1440P screen like all flagship phones these days.  All my flagship phones like Galaxy S7 Edge, HTC 10, LG G5, and Nexus 6P all have 2560×1440 resolution, which allows me to enjoy higher resolution video playback for YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, etc…etc…  If you’ve never used a 1440P smartphone you probably won’t care but as someone who uses large smartphones between 5.5 to 6-inches on a daily basis, 1080P is simply not acceptable.  That is one of the main reasons why my 4K Sony Xperia Z5 Premium is collecting dust as it can only play back videos stored in the phone in 4K and everything else/all apps are in 1080P.  For smaller 5.2-inch devices, 1080P is more than sufficient but for 5.5-inches and bigger, 1440P is the gold standard these days.