LG today announced that its upcoming LG G6 flagship smartphone will come with dual rear camera setup. Both the rear cameras will have 13-megapixel resolution and one of the cameras will offer 125-degree wide-angle lens for capturing wide shots.
The front camera will have a 100-degree wide-angle lens, but the resolution is not known yet. It is expected to feature Hi-Fi Video Recording and manual camera mode, similar to the LG V20.
LG already confirmed that the G6 will come with LG UX 6.0, which offering improved camera UX to support the 18:9 aspect ratio Full Vision display to enable users to take and review photos simultaneously, so there is no need to go to the gallery to check pictures during shooting. It will also provide a ‘Square Camera’ feature that allows users to divide the 18:9 ratio screen into halves and shoot 1:1 ratio pictures – a popular format on social media apps, and to view, edit and upload them directly from the bottom.
It will offer ‘360 panorama mode’ that captures the surrounding scenery as if it was shot with a VR camera with a wide camera angle of view and a new ‘Food Mode’ will offer high color quality and saturation ideal for capturing food. Users can also create GIF files by combining anywhere from 2 and 100 pictures in a loop.
Cho Jun-ho, president of LG’s MC business, said: “The LG G6 is equipped with a smartphone camera that goes from hardware to user experience.”
The LG G6 will be introduced at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain on February 26th.