Cameras are one of the most important parts of a smartphone, and the LG G4’s F/1.8 aperture camera certainly gives it an edge of its biggest competitor, the Galaxy S6. LG is showing off its camera even more too, which is actually being developed by the company itself. Entering production this week, this 16MP camera will be able to receive 80% more light than its predecessor in the LG G3.
A few days ago LG revealed that the camera in the LG G4 would feature F/1.8 aperture, beating out the F/1.9 lens in the Galaxy S6. Now LG has revealed a few more details about its camera, which is being developed in-house by LG Innotek. The new 16MP camera will go into mass production this week, and is said to be capable of receiving 80% more light than the camera found on the LG G3. Considering the LG G3 had one of last year’s best camera experiences, we can’t say we are too surprised to see LG doing its best to push the imaging experience to the next level on its upcoming flagship. In addition to outing its rear camera, LG says the front cam (also bulit by LG Innotek) will feature an 8MP shooter with an “ultra-thin IR filter” that is designed to keep infrared light from entering the camera lens, which LG says gives it more natural and accurate colors.
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LG G series is known for its amazing camera lets hope to see even better camera then its predecessor with some good specifications