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Aug102017

LG V30 will come with an f/1.6 lens, a first for smartphones

LG just doesn’t want anything to do with leaks anymore so ahead of its August 31stlaunch of the V30 the company is sharing more information about the upcoming device. Hoping to give an even better photography experience, the V30 will be the first smartphone with an f/1.6 lens aperture. This means it’ll let in 25 percent more light than phones that have f/1.8 aperture (like the iPhone 7). Aside from this, LG says a glass lens will be added to the internal construction of the new camera to deliver more faithful and sharper images. We can’t say though if LG plans to bring it to both of its dual-camera setup. But it is clearer now that LG is making sure you still recognize the great multimedia capabilities of its V series.

As a recap, the V30 promises to be a smaller device than the V20 but will still sport a 6-inch OLED display with a 2:1 aspect ratio and 2,880 x 1,440 resolution. LG also claims it’s reduced the edge distortion of its wide-angle camera to lessen that fisheye effect.

Source: The Verge

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