At the end of this month LG is set to announce the LG G4, but until then they can’t help themselves from announcing parts of the device. So far we’ve seen the display, new UX, and a close-up of the sensor. Today LG is sharing even more information about the new camera.
The new camera module for the G4 is 16MP with a f/1.8 aperture. The wider aperture will allow the G4 to take in 80% more light than the camera on the LG G3. Inc case your forgot, the G3 had a really nice camera (which was also used on the LG G Flex 2). LG also announced that the front-facing camera will be 8MP. We should be looking at a phone with a really nice set of cameras. Hopefully the real-world results live up to the specs.
We’ll know more about the G4 after LG’s event on April 28th. Are you excited about the LG G4?