Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs. LG V30: quick camera comparison
Does being a latecomer to this trend mean that Samsung's had more time than everyone else to get its hardware and software right? Considering how successful it's been with single cameras on phones like the Galaxy S8, it's easy to take for granted that doubling up on camera hardware could be an easy path towards supercharging the new phablet's image-taking experience. And seeing the way it's hitting the ground running with dual 12MP sensors, each supporting optical stabilization, the Note 8 certainly sounds on paper like a really strong contender.
But Samsung's not the only company with a new high-profile dual-camera phone, and this week at IFA 2017 we got to see LG go official with its own such device, the V30. Coming from an exceptionally well-renowned family of dual-camera phones, it seems more like a foregone conclusion that we're going to get some fantastic images out of the V30's sensors: a 16MP standard camera, and a 13MP wide-angle camera.
Check out the sample photos below, and drop a comment telling us which you think emerges as the better-performing dual-camera smartphone.