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Asus ZenFone Zoom Vs LG G3 Smartphone 2016

Whenever a new Smartphone is launched by any maker, we certainly do comparison to the existing brands for sure. In such a way, today, we are here to have a discussion about the brand new Asus ZenFone Zoommobile with comparison to the 1 year old LG G3 Smartphone. You might think, why to have a comparison to a one year old mobile to the latest release. We will give you the right answers in the following article. Let’s start to find the best among these two mobiles in the following lines.

First of all, let us have an overview on the highlights of these mobiles in the following line.
Asus ZenFone Zoom Vs LG G3 Smartphone 2016
Asus ZenFone Zoom Vs LG G3 Smartphone 2016
Highlights of LG G3 Smartphone:
  • Runs on Android Kitkat OS (Right out of the Box)
  • 5.5 inch Quad HD Display
  • 13MP Rear Camera
  • 2.5GHz Quad Core processor
  • 3000mAh battery
  • Single SIM with 4G LTE

Highlights of Asus ZenFone Zoom:
  • Launched just a week back in India
  • 13MP Rear Camera with various camera features
  • Runs on Android Lollipop OS
  • 2.3GHz Quad Core CPU
  • 2GB RAM

LG G3 Vs Asus ZenFone Zoom:

Let us have an indepth vision about these mobiles in the following lines.

Remember, the LG G3 is the flagship Smartphone from the maker back in 2014. That is the major reason behind this comparison, although years gone, the features seems to be effective in the market.

Interestingly, the LG G3 is now available for the cost of just Rs.28000/-, whilst the competitor (latest) Asus ZenFone Zoom. While speaking about the Asus ZenFone Zoom it has few elements which we have seen several years ago with the Nokia Lumia 1020 indeed. Most of the rear camera segment is looks similar to the 1020 Smartphone.

The display segment of the LG G3 Smartphone is featured by the 5.5inch IPS QHD touchscreen and well protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass version 3. However, the competitor Asus ZenFone Zoom also has the same size of display, but the resolution is reduced to Full HD. Hence LG G3 wins this section.

In terms of Memory & Storage, the LG G3 has 2GB & 3GB RAM followed by 32GB internal storage, whereas the latest Asus ZenFone Zoom has been gifted with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal space. Hence, Asus wins this section. The processor featured with the Asus ZenFone Zoom is Intel Atom (Quad Core with 2.3GHz) and LG G3 has Qualcomm Snapdragon with 2.5GHz speed.

While coming to the software section, the latest Asus ZenFone Zoom is enabled with the Android 5.0 right out of the box, whilst the LG G3 is capable of receiving the Android Marshmallow OS version 6.0 indeed. Hence, LG G3 has advantage with this section.


Camera is the most important factor in these two mobiles, where both these mobiles has same set of 13MP Rear camera with the OIS sensor. However, the Asus ZenFone Zoom has several advanced features with the camera, nevertheless the LG G3 camera output best in class impressions. However, Asus ZenFone Zoom has a lot more to do with the camera segment for sure.

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