The Android L preview that was announced at Google I/O 2014 has been the most enthralling of all the announcements made at the keynote. Impressions of the newly designed operating system have been flooding the internet, and they have been mostly good. For those who can’t really see what all the hullabaloo is for, adrianisen has put together a very nice LG G3 vs Nexus 5 video comparison that not only gives us a really good run down of two of the best devices available right now, but is a convenient way to see the differences between the outgoing Android KitKat and the brand-spanking new Android L preview.
The graphical improvements in Android L are really evident in the video, and while some of the features have compromised beauty of functionality, it looks fantastic on the Nexus 5′s 1080p display. In its own right, however, the LG G3′s Quad HD display is something else too, and if you watch the video review in 4K, you really get a sense that the LG G3 is one impressive piece of engineering.
What do you think of the LG G3 vs Nexus 5 comparison? Are you liking the changes between KitKat and Android L? Let us know your opinion in the comments.
Source: YouTube via Phones Review
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