iPhone X vs LG G7 ThinQ Speed Test!



iPhone X vs LG G7 ThinQ Speed Test! Hello all and welcome to this speed test comparison between Apple iPhone X and LG G7 ThinQ. Both of these phones are the best each company has to currently offer and with the iPhone X you get the powerful Apple A11 Bionic chip with 3GB of ram. With the LG G7 ThinQ you get the powerful Snapdragon 845 with 4GB of ram. The intentions of this video is break down both in comparison with the performance in many areas. If you have one or the other of these devices please consider sharing you experience down below! Thank you very much! Any further questions, comments, concerns, feedback, suggestions, please be sure to go ahead and post that down below in the comment section of this video. As always thank you for watching and be sure to be well and peace 🙂

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37 Replies to “iPhone X vs LG G7 ThinQ Speed Test!”

  1. gamerphonedu63

    Apple is expensive for nothing is just big shit but pity that phone is more exposed than LG in stores because you can have ten thousand times better than Apple for a lot cheaper I take example on lg and good video

  2. Gary Smith

    Best iPhone I ever used I switch over from android, I absolutely love it. It’s so easy to use and moves so smoothly.The screen is amazing. The phone looks amazing and still feels sturdy even though it is made of glass!>>>ur2.pl/1255 I will be keeping this phone. I love it!

  3. Jeff Gomske

    I haven't seen an android phone yet that beats the iPhone overall in gaming. Rarely do you find a phone which will open more than one–maybe TWO gaming apps before the iPhone can. However, since I don't play games on my phone, and an awful lot of smartphone users don't either, what it comes down to in the real world is the G7 not only competes, but exceeds the iPhone in most application opening tests. A lot of other androids do as well. The point here is that the differences are minor at best these days, and in many cases, for a lot of users, the flagship android will be the all around better device for every day use. But if you need a phone to play Temple Run, by all means, go for the iPhone.

  4. Jeff Gomske

    Uhhhh, you can just call it the G7 y'know? Saying the whole name almost every time got slightly annoying, which is my only gripe…otherwise great video.

  5. James Rodriguez

    Watched using LG K 20 plus…and for the deal I got at Metro by T-Mobile…heck it's a decent phone with 2gb ran and 32 GB of storage….does about everything but facial lock…but got fingerprint which for a Budget is very quick…am pleased with the LG K20 plus…✌

  6. Guide4Ever

    You can't really judge the games, you really should have known that. It's more likely for iOS apps to be more optimized because developers choose to (marketing potential is included). Overall, LG G7 took this win easily.

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