Just the other day thanks to a teaser video, it has been suggested that the upcoming LG G4 will come with an f/1.8 camera. If you were hoping for that to be true, you’re in luck as LG Innotek has basically confirmed it. For those who are unfamiliar, LG Innotek is the component-making arm of the LG company and basically in today’s announcement, they have revealed that mass production of the camera module has already begun.
The company has also confirmed that the upcoming LG G4’s camera module will have a 16MP sensor along with an aperture of f/1.8. According to them, this makes it LG’s widest aperture camera to date for a smartphone. The wide aperture also means that the camera is able to let in 80% more light than its predecessor, the LG G3, so for users who prioritize low-light shooting abilities, the f/1.8 aperture should come in handy.
LG Innotek also revealed that they would be making an 8MP front-facing camera in response to the selfie trend, making it the company’s highest megapixel front-facing camera to date. The front camera will come with an infrared filter that prevents infrared light from entering the lens which supposedly helps give it a more natural look with accurate colors.
The announcement of these details confirms additional specs of the upcoming handset which includes a 5.5-inch QHD display. More information is expected to be revealed on the 28th of April so check back with us then for the full run down.
- IPS LCD
- 534 PPI
- f/1.8 Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 808