We already know that the definition of a flagships depends on whoever comes up with it, and that is why mobile companies come up with different products as a response. Right now, there are two similar flagship phones on the market: LG V30 and HTC U11. There aren’t many differences between their specs, but they have their unique characteristics as well. If you are wondering about what these phones have to offer, lets us take a closer look at their features and characteristics.
LG recently released LG V30, and the phone does offer some interesting features. The phone has a large screen and it basically tries to offer as much screen as possible. That was possible because LG V30 has no home button or fingerprint reader up front. By placing those on the back of the phone, the device had more space for usable screen. On the back you will also find two cameras.
When it comes to design, this phone combines both metal and glass, and you will be happy to hear that the audio jack is still there. However, the replaceable battery no longer exists. The same goes for the second screen up top.
Compared to the LG v30, this phone decided to respect the traditional design and it only brings a single camera in the rear. The same thing goes for the design of the phone, which has bottom bezels and curved screen edges. The edges are squeezable and you can use Edge Sense for various functions. For example, you can squeeze the sides of your phone in order to open an app or take pictures.
The HTC U11 comes with a metal and glass design, although you might not be a fan of the rear glass as it is not very practical for daily use.