LG confirms some G4 smartphone specs

LG confirms some G4 smartphone specs

The LG Innotek branch of LG, which produces components for LG smartphones, has confirmed some of the tech specs of the upcoming LG G4 high-end smartphone. The new handset will include an f/1.8 camera and a 16 MP image sensor that goes with it. In addition the smartphone will have an 8 MP front camera that will serve selfie fans. The camera will have an infrared filter that prevents infrared light from entering the lens too.

This is great news for people who love to take photos with their smatphones. The rear 16 MP camera will be LG’s widest aperture camera to date for a smartphone and will allow 80 per cent more light to get in compared to its predecessor – the LG G3 smartphone. This means that users will be able to take better photos in low light conditions. The front camera also brings something to the table – the infrared filter for infrared light will add more accurate colors to your pictures. The upcoming LG G4 will have a large 5.5-inch QHD display too.

LG will bring more information about this handset on April 28 so stay tuned for more information.

Source: Ubergizmo.com

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