By now you’ve probably heard of the LG G6.
The handset features a larger display, a larger battery, and a camera with a new sensor and image processing technology called “FOCUS”.
That’s all fine and dandy, but we’re going to delve into the new features and what LG has been able to cram into the G5’s camera module.
The G5 features a 5MP sensor, and in its most basic form it’s one of the world’s most popular cameras.
This is a new and improved version of the company’s main flagship smartphone, the G4, which is also powered by a Snapdragon 821 chip.
The camera module in the G6 features a dual-pixel CMOS sensor (there’s a dual pixel sensor on the LG V30, too) and is powered by the company´s new image processing technologies called “CAMOLIS” and “CASSOCIATE”.
There are also four separate lenses to capture the perfect photo in a variety of lighting conditions, but they are mostly limited to a narrow aperture and are limited to the main sensor.
There are two different versions of the camera module on the G7, one that has a f/1.8 aperture and the other a f-1.9.
The latter is more versatile and is available with either a standard or manual lens and offers the best dynamic range, colour reproduction, and ISO sensitivity.
As for the new camera module, it has been improved from its predecessor, the LG 4G.
It now offers a f2.2 aperture, an f1.4 aperture, and an f2 aperture.
Both f2 and f1 have the same sensor size, the sensor is smaller, and it has the capability to record at 30 fps, 30fps in 4K and 60fps in 2K.
The new camera software in the LG 5G is the latest in a long line of improvements to LG´s flagship smartphone.
Its new HDR+ mode and its support for the HDR10 standard have helped to bring out the best in LG’s cameras.
There’s also a new “focal length” slider that allows you to adjust the amount of light entering a given area, and there’s also “exposure compensation”, a feature that allows the camera to compensate for any camera shake, distortion, or lens imperfections.LG has also introduced the “S” position for HDR, which allows you more control over the contrast of the image.
You can also adjust the focus distance to your liking and the ISO sensitivity of the device.
All in all, the camera in the new LG G7 is quite a step up from the G3, and I´m happy to say that I find it to be very usable.
It is, however, nowhere near as good as the G2, G4 or the G20, and its performance is a little worse than that of the G8.
There are a number of minor issues with the camera, but LG has made good improvements to the software over the past couple of years and I have no doubt that it will continue to improve.
I also like that the G series smartphones are not only smaller, but also more attractive, and LG´t made the right call with the new design.
It’s also worth noting that the LG 6 is the first smartphone in the series to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, and while I would have liked to see more of the Snapdragon 820 processor in the next flagship phone, I´ve got plenty of experience with the Snapdragon 820 in other handsets and have no qualms about recommending the new processor.LG will be releasing a number more smartphones in the second half of this year, and the LG 7 will be available to preorder on December 4th.
In the meantime, check out our roundup of the best smartphones available today, which we expect will be one of our most popular picks of the year.