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LG has been on the run lately, announcing not one but four new devices at MWC 2015, both entry-level and mid-range ones. Two of these are the LG Magna and the Spirit, both are solid mid-rangers that aims to bring a premium vibe to the market segment.
Still, both are made out of plastic and you'd certainly be aware of this when you're handling the handsets. It's adopted certain lines from the G Flex, G Flex 2 (namely, the curved silhouette, which has made ). Here is the comparison between both flagship devices and do take a peek at LG's latest inventions.
The LG Magna is an mid-range phone with premium aspirations - it's curved like the LG G Flex2 and has a metal-like plastic back, similar to the LG G3. On the other hand LG Spirit is the other premium mid-ranger from LG. It's sort of a mini version of the Magna, with a slightly curved body.
The LG Magna has a 5" LCD display with 720p resolution, getting it within spitting distance of 300ppi. The screen is sharp-enough, though the overall image quality is fairly average. LG Spirt flaunts a a smaller 4.7" IPS screen. The display keeps the 720p resolution, which pushes the pixel density a touch but the difference is hardly noticeable. The image quality is similar to the Magna, which is to say average.
LG Magna has a 5MP camera that can use the screen to light up your face better. The gesture shot recognizes a hand gesture from 1.5m/3ft distance for hands-off selfies. Gesture view lets you preview the last photo when you move the phone. LG Spirit's main camera will be 8MP or 5MP, depending on the region, both record 1080p video. The camera will support Gesture shot and Gesture view like its bigger sibling. It also has the screen as selfie light too, but the camera is only 1MP.
Lg Magna has 1GB of RAM. It comes with 8GB of built-in storage, expandable via microSD cards. The LG Spirit also features the same storage capacity.
The LG Spirit is powered by a Snapdragon 410 chipset with a 1.3GHz Cortex-A53 quad-core processor. Whereas the LG Magna is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor.
Both devices, LG Spirt and Magna is based on Android Lollipop 5.0 out of the box.
LG Magna battery has 2,540mAh capacity, comparable to other similarly-sized phones and can easily be swapped out by the user. On the other hand LG Spirit battery is smaller though, 2,100mAh.
LG Magna might carry a price of Rs. 18,000 where as the Spirit's price hasn't been decided yet.