LG continued hyping up its upcoming V30 flagship tonight by talking up the phone’s camera performance.
The LG V30 will come with a dual rear camera setup that includes an f/1.6 aperture and glass lens, the company confirmed today. This f/1.6 lens is the largest in any current smartphone camera and can capture 25 percent more light than an f/1.8 aperture, LG touted.
Meanwhile, the glass lens will help to collect more light than a plastic lens and offers better color reproduction as well, the company said.
LG also explained the ways that the V30’s camera will be better than the V20’s. Specifically, the V30’s camera will reduce distortion by one-third when capturing wide angle photos while also being 30 percent smaller than the V20’s camera.
Finally, LG said that the V30’s camera will include laser detection autofocus, optical image stabilization, and electronic image stabilization.
LG’s V series of phones have always been focused on capturing high-quality photos and video, so it’s no surprise that LG is placing a heavy focus on the V30’s camera performance. We’ll have to wait until we can put the V30 to the test before we get too excited about its camera, but LG’s teasing definitely has us interested, especially the claims about capturing more light. Stay tuned.