Samsung Galaxy Grand Vs. LG Optimus L7 II Dual

Big phones are getting so common that; The earlier feelings of holding a comedy phone are gone. We’re so used to big phones now that 5 inches and 4 inches seem normal. The two phones, the Samsung Galaxy Grand and LG Optimus L7 II Dual, are two such phones that are fighting each other for their place among the best mid-range phones.

In this post, we take them one-on-one and decide which phone will win the battle.


The design of the Samsung Galaxy Grand is a clear attempt to emulate the best of the Galaxy S3 and Note 2. Considering that both are the best phones Samsung has to offer, it’s a solid test indeed. At a glance, the phone looks a lot like a larger Galaxy S3. It has the same curved design on the corner and chrome finish around it. Its 5-inch screen gives it a Note look. The LG Optimus L7 is designed in a more conservative way. Does not try to imitate anyone; good design, comfortable to hold and a style statement. Both phones have a thickness of about 9.6mm. Overall, gain straight lines and elegant design, LG Optimus L7 II Dual looks better and is easier to use. It doesn’t even look as flexible as the Galaxy Grand. However, if you want to show off with your phone, it would be better to choose Galaxy. Bigger than the Optimus L7.


Galaxy Grand has a 5 inch LCD display with multi-touch capacitive panel. For a phone that wants to make its size a selling point, the Galaxy Grand makes the mistake of choosing a display with a low resolution (800 x 480 pixels) and an average density of 186 ppi. The Optimus L7 has the same resolution, but measures 4.3 inches, and therefore the pixel density increases to 217 ppi, which is fine. If you put the two screens side by side, the Optimus L7 will definitely look better because of its sharpness.

If you only care about screen size, your choice would be the Galaxy Grand. However, the Optimus L7 screen is much better in overall performance.


Both phones have a dual-core processor, but from different manufacturers. Galaxy Grand comes with 1.2GHz Broadcom Processor with 2 ARM Cortex A9 cores and VideoCore IV GPU. The Optimus L7 has a slightly slower 1 GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8225 processor with 2 ARM Cortex A5 processors and Adreno 203 GPU. Both come with the latest Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, but with 1GB of RAM, the Galaxy Grand is better equipped to run the OS compared to the Optimus L7’s 768MB of RAM.

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In terms of pure horsepower, the Galaxy Grand is obviously better. It has faster processor, very powerful GPU and higher RAM. The Galaxy Grand outperforms the Optimus L7 in this case.


Galaxy Grand comes with an 8MP rear camera with LED flash. Camera app, smile detection, Geo-tagging etc. It comes with the usual features such as It can record videos in 1080p at 30fps. The front-facing 2MP camera is also clicking beautiful images. The Optimus L7 comes with a very similar sensor power, 8 MP camera at the back and 2 MP camera at the front. Video recording with the Optimus L7 is of poor quality. It can record 720p video. Otherwise, the camera package matches that of the Galaxy Grand. Overall, the camera quality and features of the Galaxy Grand are better.

to store

Samsung Galaxy Grand comes with 8GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 64GB with micro SD cards. The Optimus L7 also falls short in this regard. It has 4GB of internal memory and can be expanded to a maximum of 32GB.

Connectivity and other features

Both phones come with the standard connectivity package – WLAN b/g/n, Bluetooth and high speed mobile Internet. The Galaxy Grand has a higher network speed of 21 Mbps, while the Optimus L7 has a 7 Mbps network. Galaxy Grand and Optimus L7 both support dual SIM standby mode.

The Samsung Galaxy Grand costs just under Rs 20k, while the LG Optimus L7 has a price tag of Rs 13k. That’s a big difference! If you choose to buy the Optimus L7, you’re missing out on speed and performance. However, the difference is not worthy of 7k INR. However, if you look at the screen size, the Galaxy Grand gives you a lot more real estate at 5 inches, but the cost is lower pixel density and this may be lower for viewing HQ pictures. In the 20k INR range below, the Samsung Grand duos and LG Optimus L7 dual are among the best of the phones.

Choose well and weigh the options well.


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