The LG G4 will host a 16-megapixel wide aperture camera paired with an 8-megapixel front facing camera for all your selfie needs, the manufacturer has confirmed.
Ahead of its official unveiling on April 28th, LG has revealed more details about their next big handset.
Reports from the manufacturer state that the G4’s improved 16- megapixel camera will have improved low light shooting thanks to an f/1.8 aperture, allowing around 80 percent more light into the sensor than that of last years G3.
Should you want to take photos of your own pearly whites then the front camera will boast am 8 megapixel secondary camera, marking the highest resolution front camera the korean tech giant has ever used. Featuring a 0.11mm thin IR filter for more natural and accurate colours.
An official LG spokesperson had this to say:
“The advanced camera module began mass production this week and will be unveiled to consumers for the first time in the LG G4 later this month.”
This isn’t the first time LG have released details of their new handset, as last week they confirmed a 5.5-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display that’s set to appear on the G4. While further reports have hinted ay a 64 bit, snapdragon 810 processor with 3GB of RAM.
If the launch invite is anything to go by, it might also boast a rear case covered in leather..