An important camera update for the yet-to-release LG V40 that will improve the camera’s performance. LG’s newest flagship boasts a triple-camera on the back, featuring two 12-megapixel and one 16-megapixel sensor.
According to the reviews, the photo quality of the LG V40 was a little disappointing, so the new changes are probably meant to fine-tune some of the already good camera functions. This new update improves HDR performance, delivers better sharpness and color in outdoor conditions, and improves the “black phenomenon of video recording.”
It also improves auto-focus when using the Triple Shot mode, an issue raised by several viewers, and it seems that LG has paid attention to this.
It also features an 8MP standard and 5MP wide-angle front camera setup, wireless charging, IP68 water/dust resistance, a headphone jack, and quad-DAC hardware.
It is supposed to hit the shelves next week in many countries, and its way good news that LG brings the update before it’s released. The ones thinking of buying this phone will now definitely get a good camera experience.