LG has announced a new smartphone camera lens with the
widest aperture discovered on a currently produced smartphone. The imminent LG
V30, which is likely to be unveiled on August 31, will come with a dual
rear-facing camera with at least one lens weighing in with an aperture of
f/1.6.
LG officially launches f/1.6 aperture for V30 camera

This delivers 25% more light to the camera sensor than the
typical f/1.8 lens. The Korean tech giant will use a glass Crystal Clear Lens
which absorbs light better than plastic lenses do. It also provides better
color reproduction reason for rating the LG V30 higher in a media production.
The LG V30 camera is not only better than the LG V20, but
also rules the cameras that comes with other smartphones. For instance, the new
shooter shrinks edge distortion by one-third.
The president of LG Electronics Mobile Communications
Company, Juno Cho says:
“for the users
for whom the V series was designed, this kind of innovation is
significant.”
The back camera unit on the LG V30 is 20% smaller than that
of the LG V20, and the new LG V30 will sport laser detection AF, OIS (optical
image stabilization) and EIS (electronic image stabilization).

Rendering from the new press release says the camera on the
LG V30 will be as easy to use as the snapper on the LG V20. It reduces edge
distortion by 33%, and even with the increased capabilities it offers, the LG
V30 camera will be 30% smaller than last year’s snapper.

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