Anonymous, 09 Apr 2015qualcomm'snapdragon 808 is more optimized and does better in energy efficiency than 810anonymous,there are 2 decisions,to buy one phone with lg g4 with 808 or note 5 with 820?
According to CNET's preview (http://www.cnet.com/products/lg-g4/), this may have the Snapdragon 810 (https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon/processors/810) chipset. Obviously it will be a top-performer and better than the SD 808, which this site lists as the current chip in the phone (I sincerely doubt it will contain the 808).
Icon, 09 Apr 2015If that is a snapdragon 808 and adreno 418 i will wait for the next generation G-seriesqualcomm'snapdragon 808 is more optimized and does better in energy efficiency than 810
gilbert, 09 Apr 2015Does this g4 have a removable battery? yes it does have a removable back cover and removable battery too
If that is a snapdragon 808 and adreno 418 i will wait for the next generation G-series
G2 User, 09 Apr 2015LOLLG Innotek Develops Its Widest Aperture Camera Module
LG Innotek Brings Brighter and Clearer Solutions to Smartphones
Seoul, Korea, Apr. 09, 2015 – LG Innotek, a leading global components and materials manufacturer, announced the development of a groundbreaking 16MP camera module with an aperture of f/1.8, making it LG Innotek's widest aperture camera developed for a smartphone. The advanced camera module began mass production at LG Innotek's plant this week and will be unveiled to consumers for the first time in the LG G4 later this month.
The advanced design of the camera module means that it receives 80 percent more light than in the highly praised camera found on the LG G3. More light means better looking images in low light environments and less blur when shooting action and fast moving objects. Large apertures on smartphone cameras has been challenging to develop due to the complexity and size of developing modules that must fit in the very limited space of today's smartphones.
Furthermore, in response to the explosive growth of selfies, LG Innotek developed an 8MP front-facing camera module, its highest resolution for a front camera to date. This high resolution module's ultra-thin IR filter keeps infrared light from entering the camera lens, giving images taken with the front camera more natural and accurate colors. The 0.11mm thin filter is roughly half the thickness of competing IR filters.
"At LG Innotek, we are constantly working to ensure that the cameras we develop allow users to capture and preserve the moments that are most special to them," said Ung-beom Lee, CEO of LG Innotek. "We are extremely excited to see our technology in LG's next flagship smartphone because we believe that the power, precision and operability of our camera module will clearly make an impression on consumers."
Anonymous, 08 Apr 20154k seems a bit much for a phone right nowIt's actually only 2.5K. 4K would be 3840x2160. I'm sure phones will be getting there soon.
DaNz, 02 Apr 2015I hope LG again comes back with some new innovative ideas which was there in G3,rather than co... moreLol....that's way too much comrade...am sure they will do it with good specs....they are innovative...that's why i support them ...lets wait and see..i know you will be impresssed!
cant wait to put my hands on this beast.....LG is doing it again 2015....i love the way LG guys think,VERY INNOVATIVE...i know no one will beat this phone..a must have....LG FAN FOREVER!!!!!
LG TO GIVE OUT 4,000 G4 SMARTPHONES AS PART OF CONSUMER EXPERIENCE CAMPAIGN PRIOR TO LAUNCH
Consumers in 15 Countries Given the Chance to Try LG's New Flagship Smartphone and Share Their Experiences Online
SEOUL, April 8, 2015 ― As part of its most ambitious smartphone introduction yet, LG Electronics (LG) will select 4,000 consumers in 15 countries who will "test drive" the all new LG G4 smartphone weeks before its official launch. Kicking off today in Korea, the program will target consumers in the following 14 other markets in the days ahead: Turkey, Indonesia, Singapore, United States, China, India, Brazil, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico, Japan and Hong Kong.
Participants will be selected from applicants based on their entry responses (selection criteria may vary in each market). Individuals can increase their chances of being selected by sharing their application experience on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Weibo. Once selected, participants in each country will be given an LG G4 for up to 30 days to experience its unique design and features, including its personalized UX, high performance camera and impressive display for sharing online. Participants will be given various assignments to carry out over the course of their experience with prizes awarded.
"Customers are our best fans and we think this would be an exciting and unique way to get our most important mobile product of the year close to the public," said Juno Cho, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. "We're putting the success of LG G4 in the hands of consumers before the launch because we believe they are the best judge of a great user experience, beyond just benchmarks and speed tests."
Interested consumers in participating markets are encouraged to check the local LG web page and social media sites in the coming days for more details on how to participate.
its officially 8mp selfie camera and hopefully 20.7mp back camera..led back light at power button..
just left iphone 6 plus to get LG G3. love LG's phone so far.
could not see much different in spec to G4 anyway.
Ry, 07 Apr 2015Front facing camera is 5mp, not 8mp.8mp front camera
the lg g4 have 32/64gb internal memori a principal camera 20,7mp secundari 5,1mp and a 3/4gb ram