The 16MP main camera module of the upcoming LG G4 has been designed in-house. The Korean giant’s components manufacturing arm, LG Innotek developed the high-end sensor, which is already in mass production.
LG’s innovative camera unit has a wide f/1.8 aperture. The latter allows the camera to receive 80% more light than the already stellar 13MP snapper found in LG G3.
The 16MP main camera of LG G4 has been paired with an 8MP front-facing unit, whose resolution is the highest offered by LG for a selfie camera to date. The new front-facing camera features ultra-thin IR filter, which keeps infrared light from entering the camera lens.
LG G4 will debut later this month, on April 28. The Korean manufacturer already confirmed that the smartphone will feature a new-generation 5.5” QHD display.