Notably, this larger aperture will allow the LG V30 camera setup to allow 25 percent more light than the f/1.8 aperture that is commonly found on many smartphone cameras. Now this phone will come with a dual camera with a wide angle lens and with an f1.6 aperture lens.
The company says that its wide angle camera will solve the problem of distortion of edges in the images, making it ideal for large group pictures or "welfies". This means that the LG V30 camera will beat the Samsung Galaxy S8 and HTC U11 cameras with f/1.7, the LG G6 camera with f/1.8 and the Google Pixel camera with f/2.0.
The V30 camera will be assisted by LG's proprietary UX with several photography modes and editing tools, laser detection AF (Auto Focus), OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization). The V20 was a really great smartphone and we have high expectations for the V30 especially when its following up the G6, my favourite smartphone of 2017 so far.
From what the South Korean electronics giant is teasing, the V30 will excel in low light performance.
Camera quality is one of the most important factors consumers consider when purchasing a new smartphone these days, and phone manufacturers are in an arms race to introduce bigger and better features for improving photos.
A report from the previous week has revealed that the LG V30 will be arriving with topnotch multimedia features. The rear camera module will be 30 percent smaller in size as opposed to that of the V20.
Alegged render of the LG V30. The company, following the same trend, recently detailed the screen its upcoming handset LG V30 will sport. According to past leaks and rumours, the LG V30 will sport an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood, clubbed with 4GB RAM. This is certainly a big deal in smartphone cameras as f/1.6 is hard to find even in DSLR lenses.