Huawei Ascend P6 vs LG G2: Which is the Better Smartphone?

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By Katrina Dianne Gimenez | December 30, 2013 2:49 AM EST

If you are choosing between Huawei Ascend P6 and LG G2 either as a gift for yourself or as a gift for your loved ones, here are the specs for the two devices to help you decide.

Aesthetics

Ascend P6 is smaller and slimmer with a 132.7 x 65.5 x 6.2 mm dimension compared to G2 with a 138.5 x 70.9 x 8.9 mm dimension. Ascend P6 is easier to hold and remarkably lighter at 120 g as against G2 with a 142.8 g weight.

Huawei is more beautiful to look at. But, it lacks a distinctive feature that would set it apart from other smartphones. Whereas, G2 has the volume and snooze button placed on its rear, something that definitely makes it unique.

Screen and Display

G2 has wider screen of 5.2 inches compared to Ascend P6 4.7-inch screen. Plus, it has superior display with full-HD resolution of 1, 920 x 1, 080 pixels (424ppi) against Ascend P6 which only has 720 x 1, 280 pixels (312ppi).

In terms of crispness and clarity of display quality, G2 is better than Ascend P6.

Performance

Ascend P6 lags behind other smartphones because of its 1.5GHz quad-core processor. If you compare this to G2's 2.26GHz quad-core processor, G2 is definitely better for multi-tasking, heavy gaming and apps downloading.

Both phones sport an Android Jelly Bean platform.

Battery Life

G2 is packed with a superior battery of 3, 000 mAh while Ascend P6 only possess a 2, 000 mAh battery. G2 promises 17.5 hours of talk time while Ascend P6 can last for 14.3 hours. However, there might be not much difference between the battery life as G2 is run by a more power hungry processor.

Price Range

Ascend P6 is more than a hundred dollars cheaper than G2 at a price range of $370-$479.95 in Australia. G2's price ranges from $489 to $611.

The Ultimate Decree

G2 performs better than Ascend P6. But, for a cheap price, Ascend P6 is a good buy.

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