Look everyone it's a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the LG G5 in the very same video.
The phones aren't out yet so it's too early for the death match, but, I did want to pair them up for a friendly little walk up of their best feature.
Let's start with design.
That 7S is really nice.
Very polished and refined.
Made of metal and glass with sealed in battery.
The curves on the front help it all flow.
It's eye-catching, maybe a little too shiny, definitely gets smudged up and looks a lot like last year's model, just bigger.
The G5 is interesting because it overhauls LG's previous style.
It's metal, not plastic, and has a power lock button on the back and two camera lenses.
The battery pops out, and you can wrench off the chin.
It's a modular phone, which means you can swap out different chins that do different things, like this camera grip that also extends battery life.
Both phones add an always-on display that shows you the time from the lock screen, and they also both run Android 6.0
On two cameras.
LG's double camera has a 16-megapixel lens and an 8-megapixel wide angle sensor.
You can manually switch between them or just drive and the camera software will switch gears for you.
On the S7 and S7 edge is a 12-megapixel camera on the back and a Five megapixel camera upfront.
Samsung promises better low light performance and super fast auto focus.
The S7 phones also bring back their micro sd card slot and are once again water resistant.
So which phone makes the bigger Flash.
LG is definitely the riskiest of the two, and it far different from last year's model.
But Samsung's phones will definitely hold their own.
It's still to early to declare a winner, but when we do it will be a very exciting showdown.
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