LG said the lower aperture lens will allow for absorbing around 25 percent more light. The smartphone maker has recently announced that its flagship product LG V30 will have an aperture of f/1.6 and a crystal clear glass lens. Not only is this the first LG smartphone to feature an f/1.6 lens, but it's also the largest aperture on any existing smartphone camera.
This Crystal Clear Lens will be able to deliver greater light-collecting ability as opposed to a plastic lens, along with far better color reproduction. Compared to the V20, the V30 camera is said to cut edge distortion by a third, which should make the V30 ideal for taking group selfies, spacious interiors and expansive landscapes. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is close, with an F/1.7 lens, but clearly still not on the same level. The upcoming LG V30 is said to boast a dual camera setup and will come with the largest aperture among the existing smartphone cameras on the market. Along with the new construction, the camera setup will feature optical image stabilization, laser detection autofocus, and electronic image stabilization.
So, all these points indicate that V30 will eliminate the need to carry a camera along with you rather it is high enough to capture the memory greatly. The LG Company the next premier mobile, the LG V30 will be made official on 31 August at IFA in Berlin.
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Camera quality is one of the most important factors consumers consider when purchasing a new smartphone these days, and phone manufacturers are in an arms race to introduce bigger and better features for improving photos.
Last year's V20 featured a camera lens with an f/1.8 aperture.
According to LG's press release - this out of South Korea so some of the language reads a bit oddly thanks to translation - it appears that the camera module is now 30% smaller. It has also been confirmed that the phablet will sport a 6-inch QHD+ OLED FullVision display with 1440 x 2880 pixels resolution. Rumors suggest that the V30 won't come with a secondary screen.