The LG G4 is out and there are two main things about it: it features a stylish leather back available in a variety of colors, and it comes with a brand new 16-megapixel main camera with big aspirations.
The LG G4 camera technical details are all pretty clear: a 16-megapixel sensor of a large, 1/2.6" size with a fast, six-element f/1.8 aperture lens on top. LG has also overhauled its camera app adding a full-on manual mode where you full manual control over your smartphone: you can set shutter speeds, control focus manually, set ISO, white balance, and so on.
There's an interesting new color spectrum sensor as well. Position right below the LED flash, this tiny sensor is there to tell what kind of lighting conditions you are taking pictures in (whether it is natural or artificial light), and adjust the white balance of your images propertly.
The LG G4 can even shoot and save RAW pictures, and it bundles in a neat shortcut to capture images right away by just double tapping on the volume down key.
But what about the actual image quality? LG has outed the first official camera samples showing all the capabilities of its new 16-megapixel camera. Take a look and examine them pixel
by pixel right below.
LG G4 official camera samples