The LG G Flex 2
does not offer much novelty in the camera: it uses a 13-megapixel main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS+) with laser auto-focus, or what seems like basically the same camera hardware as in the G3
. That, however, is not a bad thing at all, and LG says it has improved on the camera package further, compared to the G3.
We shot a few photos with the G Flex 2 at CES 2015, pitting it against the Note 4
and iPhone 6 Plus
in the artificial lighting of the expo show floor, and are embedding them below for your viewing pleasure.
Overall, we came up rather content with what we are seeing, as low-light pics from the Flex 2 came out brighter than those from the 16 MP Note 4 shooter, or the 8 MP iPhone 6 Plus
, if a bit overexposed. These are the full-size untouched photos, so you might have to arm yourself with some patience while they load. Needless to say, we'll wait for the first retail units to hit our office before we pass any final judgement, though.
First camera samples with LG G Flex 2 vs Note 4 vs iPhone 6 Plus