Two days ago, LG released an official teaser featuring rear camera module of its upcoming G4 smartphone. Teasers have already taken smartphone geeks by a storm and now to further strengthen the same, they just released G4 camera details.
Yes, G4 camera details are official now and you don’t need to believe any other rumours going in the past.
It looks like, LG is keeping rumour factory going on its own, by releasing the G4 details one by one and still maintaining the required hype for the device. No doubt, it’s a great strategy as it’s getting very hard for manufacturers to keep details away from leaking.
LG G4 Camera Details
Talking about the details, 16MP and 8MP camera units will be the part of much awaited LG G4 flagship this year. But this isn’t the complete surprise as we had already seen smartphones with such whooping camera units in 2014.
The reason why you should be excited about the camera unit here is that the rear one features f/1.8 aperture. This lens welcomes 80% more light than of last year LG G3 rear camera.
Now, not to forget, G3 was among best camera smartphones last year, but, now with this impressive improvement, we all can start wondering what G4’s camera will capable of.
If you don’t get that technical data, then in simple words, more allowance of light will improve the picture quality. And with that 80% mark, you can imagine the difference on your own.
Samsung has already included Galaxy S6 with f/1.9 aperture real camera which is already doing wonders for the Android smartphone community. But it seems like LG is all set to snatch that crown, (well-tried Samsung).
That was the story of rear camera, but front one also have a little bit of fresh magic. The front 8MP camera will have improved IR filter (ultra-thin IR filter) which will keep away the infrared lights from every picture and result left will be enhanced ones.
LG has also begun the G4 Visual Challenger (Consumer Experience) program, under which 4000 trial units of the actual handset will be offered to anyone around the world. If it’s still not late, you can learn how to participate over here.
The device is all set to be unveiled on April 28th in New York City. It’s not much time left to see how its complete package comes out. Stay tuned!