If you liked the camera on last year’s LG G3, you’re going to love what’s in the G4, the company says.
Continuing its trend of showing off features before actually showing off the phone, LG has given us a little more detail into the camera system on its 2015 flagship smartphone, the LG G4.
The G4 will have a 16-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture — just a smidge wider than that of the already impressive Samsung Galaxy S6 — meaning it’ll help you take better pictures in darker environments. How much darker? LG says the camera on the G4, developed by the LG Innotek sister company, will let in nearly double the amount of light of the LG G3, which impressed us in its own right.