When it comes to smartphone cameras, a lot of users tend to make their decisions these days based on those cameras. After all why would anyone bother with a phone with high-end specs but comes with a terrible camera, right? A good example would be Google’s Nexus lineup, where generally speaking the specs are great, but its cameras have left a lot to be desired.
That being said if you are considering a new phone, perhaps the LG G4 might be of interest to you. The handset was announced earlier this year and while there are plenty of brand new phones since then, a recent review conducted by DxOMark found that overall, the LG G4 actually ranks second in terms of camera quality.
As you can see in the graph above, the LG G4 is ranked second and is tied with devices like the Galaxy Note 4 and the Moto X Style. The only phone that beat it is the Galaxy S6 Edge which managed to hold onto its title since it was bestowed upon it back in April, but if you’d rather not deal with curved displays then we reckon the LG G4 is a worthy alternative.
In fact the LG G4’s placement also sees them beat out more popular devices like the iPhone 6. Some highlights of the LG G4’s camera includes accurate autofocusing and also the ability to perform well in most lighting conditions, especially in low-light situations where the resulting photos had good noise reduction.
- IPS LCD
- 534 PPI
- f/1.8 Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 808