LG G4 battery review.

 

There’s nothing more annoying than your device running out of juice - and for today’s smartphone user it’s a common problem.

 

It’s great to have loads of fancy features and advanced capabilities, but you need a battery that can deal with the constant drain. That’s where the latest smartphone from LG comes in.

 

The LG G4 has a removable battery which means it can be replaced with a spare if it runs out.

 

If you’re looking for this option, strangely there aren’t many flagship smartphones that offer it. As Android Authority says: “With battery demands increasing with QHD displays and quad, octa and hex-core processors, it seems a bit odd that we’ve reached a point where removable backs and batteries are now quite a rarity.”

 

Whether you’re looking for something you can replace or not, here are the facts and figures for the LG G4 battery:

 

  • Talk time - the G4 battery gives you 16 hours and 40 minutes of talk time on a full charge.
  • Web browsing - it lasts 7 hours and 54 minutes, compared to the LG G3 which gives 6 and a half hours. There’s a real improvement here.
  • Video playback - the G4 gives you 7 hours and 23 minutes of movie viewing. That’s plenty of time to start on that box set.

 

According to user reviews, the feature-packed LG G4 also has an excellent screen, top-notch build quality and a camera that makes mincemeat of its rivals.

 

So the battery stats are an added extra if you’re hoping to get your hands on LG’s latest and greatest smartphone.

 

Find out more in our full LG G4 review.