Lately, LG released a teaser video showing the F1.8 lens that will be used in the LG G4. Now, the firm has officially announced the camera module that will be employed in its upcoming flagship smartphone.
Well, the latest camera module is a 16 MP main snapper with a F1.8 aperture that is touted the widest aperture camera developed for a smartphone by LG Innotek. This camera module will be entering mass production this week and it will debut with the LG G4 slated to go official on April 28.
This large aperture is claimed enable the camera module to receive 80 percent more light than the camera used in the previous generation LG G3. Given that LG G3 was one of the best smartphones that was launched last year in terms of clicking low light and blur-free action shots, the LG G4 is expected to be even better.
Besides this module, LG has also created an 8 MP front facer with an ultra-thin IR filter that will keep the infrared light from spoiling the snaps. This filter is claimed to be ultra-thin as it measures 0.11 mm in thickness that is half the thickness of the IR filters that exist in the market.
If you are waiting to upgrade to a smartphone with great photography capabilities, you can wait for a few more weeks to know how well the LG G4 can quench your needs with its advanced and capable imaging department.