Indeed, some of you were quick to notice that the LG G3's camera unit is not that much different than the one in the G2. Sure, it has an even better image stabilization implementation in OIS+, and that laser beam does seem to help the phone focus super-quick, but the sensor itself appears to very similar to the one found on its predecessor. Naturally, this had some concerned that while the G3's snapper may be in a overall better package, image quality might not differ much.
Samsung Galaxy S5, the HTC One M8, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and the Apple iPhone 5s. Indeed, it would appear that the OIS module in place is definitely pulling its weight, and the shooter, in turn, produces some really, really sharp snaps devoid of blur. Moreover, colors are looking great, and noise levels are perfect. We won't go farther than this initial, quick assessment though, and instead wait for the real deal to arrive for review before we make a judgment. In the meantime, treat yourself to them samples below!That's fair, and we initially shared your concern. We say initially, since the first few snaps we took with the LG G3 are actually pretty awesome, even when compared against the handset's main rivals in the