In addition, the front camera will be getting a bit of an upgrade as well. Megapixel count wasn’t mentioned in the post, but it’ll have a 100-degree field of view, allowing you to get even more people in the perfect selfie.
The rear camera will have an even larger field of view at 125-degrees. LG claims in the dual camera setup that the rear sensor and the wide angle lens have a similar level of image quality. And hopefully that means LG has upgraded things in this department, as photos on the V20 were often not the best.
There’s a ton of other features LG is including, such as the ability to take square images in a 1:1 aspect ratio for social platforms like Instagram. Not only that, but you’ll see other features that are becoming commonplace — making GIFs from your camera roll, 360-degree panorama, new filters for selfies and plenty more. There’ll be a few other camera options that take advantage of the LG G6’s FullVision 18:9 screen.
We won’t have to wait long before we get the official rundown on the LG G6. With a MWC 2017 launch anticipated, it’ll be available to buy about a month after that. We’re expecting to see an all-metal body, a massive 18:9 display, new software features and so much more.