LG G6 To Have a Dual Wide Angle Camera
LG is all set to launch its next flagship phone, the LG G6, at the Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC) at Barcelona. The LG G6 by the South Korean tech giant is expected to have a wide-angle dual camera set up. The LG G6 smartphone will sport two 13 MP cameras on its rear-side. In an official Korean blog post, the company confirmed the rumours. The two cameras on the rear side offer a 125-degree viewing angle. While one of the cameras is dedicated towards offering a wider view the other camera allows wide images to adjust to 1:1 ratio, making the pictures Instagram-friendly.
The front camera, of the LG G6, on the other hand is expected to offer a 100-degree field of view. The LG G6 is expected to have an eerily tall AMOLED display with a display ratio of 18:9. Given the tall display aspect ratio of the phone, the wide angle camera will play to its advantage, and the display will work great as a full screen viewfinder. LG has also ensured that the phone will be offering a 360-degree panorama mode along with a feature that splits the screen in two to enable you to see the shot you took last while you gear up to take the next one.
LG is expected to reveal all about it at its dedicated event at the Mobile World Congress on 26th February, this year. Previous leaks have suggested that LG will not be scoring Snapdragon 835 chipsets as the largest order has been placed by Samsung. LG may have to load the LG G6 with an under clocked Snapdragon 835 much like the Xiaomi Mi 6.