HTC 10 vs. LG G5: Which flagship should you buy?

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After months of leaks and rumors, the HTC 10 is finally here. The next-generation phone replaces the M9 as the company’s flagship, bringing with it a powerful chipset, a sleek design, and powerful camera capabilities. It’s poised to be one of the finest HTC smartphones to date, but how does it compare with LG’s G5? Below, you’ll find a in-depth breakdown of each device, as well as comprehensive analysis of how the HTC 10 stacks up to the LG G5 in terms of power, design, and the all-important camera quality.

Related: Everything you need to know about the HTC 10

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