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The 16MP f/1.8 camera of the LG G4 was developed in-house

Discussion in 'LG - What's New?' started by Princess, Apr 9, 2015.

By Princess on Apr 9, 2015 at 1:57 AM
  1. Princess

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    The 16MP main camera module of the upcoming LG G4 has been designed in-house. The Korean giant’s components manufacturing arm, LG Innotek developed the high-end sensor, which is already in mass production.

    LG’s innovative camera unit has a wide f/1.8 aperture. The latter allows the camera to receive 80% more light than the already stellar 13MP snapper found in LG G3.


    The 16MP main camera of LG G4 has been paired with an 8MP front-facing unit. The new front-facing camera utilizes a state of the art ultra-thin IR filter.

    LG G4 will debut later this month, on April 28. The Korean manufacturer already confirmed that the smartphone will feature a new-generation 5.5” QHD display.


Discussion in 'LG - What's New?' started by Princess, Apr 9, 2015.