It is an official announcement to tell them, anticipating that the new LG V30 will bring in a dual camera featuring optics with F1.6 aperture. LG says in his post that the lens will use Crystal Clear Lens glass lenses.
The features on which smartphone and telephony makers are pointing to bring their products out of the mass vary cyclically: processor power, photo capability, display, memory, and autonomy are the details where, from time to time, new smartphones boast.
LG last period has focused heavily on the display, in particular on the ratio of the total front surface and that occupied by the display, offering not only top-of-range type screens Full View, featuring diminutive upper and lower frames. The latest examples are the LG Q6 and Q8 smartphones.
In the next generation of its smartphones, the Korean manufacturer will also focus on the camera. It is an official announcement to tell them, anticipating that the new LG V30 will bring in a dual camera featuring optics with F1.6 aperture, raising the bracket in this particular, which was less than last a few years ago.
LG says in his post that the optic will use Crystal Clear Lens glasses for optical performance beyond the normal plastic lenses commonly used on smartphones. In addition to greater brightness, given the wide aperture, the glasses should provide greater color fidelity for a more natural color rendering in photos taken with the new V30.
LG worked a lot on the camera of the new V30 to further enhance what was already a strong point in this series. Technicians say, for example, that they have reduced peripheral distortion by a third of the new camera by a third, allowing higher quality in shots when using the wide angle wide field angle. All of this reduces the imprint of the 30% module and maintains features such as optical and electronic stabilization and laser focusing.
The official technical details are added to those released a few days ago, informing us about the P-OLED Quad HD + display that the new V30 will adopt at its debut on August 31 next to IFA 2017.