Myths and Facts About the Galaxy S8, Pixel 2, and LG V30

It can be a challenge to choose the right smartphone for your needs. While it’s tempting to snatch up the latest and greatest smartphone on the market, this still might do what you would like it to even with all the bells and whistles. While each company claims that their products are the best, there are subtle differences that can influence which smartphone is the best one over time. The Galaxy S8, Pixel 2, and LG V30 are all excellent options, each one excels in different areas, including memory, storage, resolution, camera function, and more. It’s important to know the facts before investing in your next smartphone. Here are myths and facts about the Galaxy S8, Pixel 2, and LG V30.

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FACT: The LG V30 has the best camera compared to the Galaxy S8 and Pixel 2.

The front and rear cameras both take high-resolution photos. The rear camera is 16 MP and powerful enough to take high-quality images in low light. The front camera is a 13 MP with a wide-angle lens.

MYTH: The Pixel 2 does not have great battery life.

Not only does the Pixel 2 have seven hours of battery life, it can charge in as little as 15 minutes.

MYTH: The display of the Samsung Galaxy S8 is small.

Compared to the Pixel 2 and the LG V30, the Samsung S8 has the largest display, measuring 6.2-inches for plenty of high-resolution screen time.

MYTH: The LG V30 does not have external memory slots.

This device has a standard memory slot for SD and micro SD cards so that users can get even more storage.

FACT: The LG V30 and the Pixel 2 have the best processors.

Both of these phones feature a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 processor, which is better than the Octa Core 2.35Ghz processor of the Samsung Galaxy S8.

FACT: The Galaxy S8 has the most internal memory.

The Galaxy S8 has the most internal memory of these three phones, with 6 GB of RAM which holds the largest amount of data. In comparison, the Pixel 2 and LG V30 each have 4 GB of RAM.

FACT: The Pixel 2 runs Virtual Reality software.

The Pixel is the first Android phone to run Daydream, Google’s VR platform. A VR headset to go along with it has been designed to be the most comfortable VR headset available.

MYTH: None of these phones offer superior resolution.

For those looking for high resolution, all three aim to please. All three offer an HD display for the best possible and clearest viewing experience.