If only LG had better designers. Their phones are great, except for design.
I wouldn't fall for this. They said it's a smaller sensor so, how can it be a better one? They should had kept it the same size, or bigger even. But smaller?
Nsh i don't bite.
AnonD-687487, 10 Aug 2017Actually I think: - The V30 will have 2.5D glass and no curved screen - I don't understand... moreHope its 2.5d not curve and people care about IR blaster is because your phone acts like a universal remote you can control tv, dvd, air conditioner etc with just your phone and not just of LG but other brands too and hate glass because its fragile besides no one wants to put there $800 phone in $20 case
AnonD-514012, 10 Aug 2017But ppl need Duel cameras and thinner phone so no space for that lens.Eah, but I said about myself. I would have ultimate photo performer rather than lean body
AnonD-659657, 10 Aug 2017LG should have implemented 12mp 1/2.3inch sensor behind that lens. 13mp 1/3inch aint any good.Totally agree. In fact, there are technologies that provide near RX100 quality of photos. For instance the impressive Nokia lumia 1020 had an insanely large 1/1.5 sensor size + OIS + quite bright compared to its competitors f/2.2 optics. Just imagine how good photos would be from nowadays phone if it features 1/1.5 sensor size, 16 mp count, power LG OIS, f/2.0 or even f/1.8 and exmor rs technology. Such technology already exists. Nokia has proved that. Moreover, now phones have many ways better noise reduction approach whith their image stacking features such as LG, Samsung and Google implement in their devices. We just have to wait for any manufacturer to do the first shot. Of course there will be camera bumb and it will be quite massive. But it certanly will work for me considered advantages delivered
they said they will using glass for the lens, does that mean they are using plastic all this time.
also, they proudly said the sensor will be smaller, so the benefit of wider aperture will be cancel out by the small sensor and wide field of view the light coming from
Also this will have the smallest image sensor out of a flagship smartphone in 2017.
Still waiting for the day of another flagship smartphone with at least a good 1/1.5" size rather than these stupid dual camera setup with tiny sensors.
Yeah, yeah, f1.6. But let's wait if it can even beat an RX100, let alone a 5D Mark III.
Saying it delivers 25% more light sounds good and is true (assuming good glass). Yet, the light is also from a larger field - in other words the light from a field pixel so to speak is perhaps the same. So if that's true I'd dare the accusation that saying that it delivers 25% more light is a marketing invention that tho not false is trying to get the customer to think that the lens is of better material than it is. In short saying the field is wider would be the correct interpretation but doesn't sound as inviting.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2017After megapixel race Sensor size race and Camera count race Aperture race would be greatYes! This is the only way to 'compensate' for the smaller and smaller sensors, that are a direct consequence of the thinner and thinner devices. (Unless we would get some pop-out-lens-parts like we know from most compact cameras of course)
LG should have implemented 12mp 1/2.3inch sensor behind that lens. 13mp 1/3inch aint any good.
Haha good news, definitely a very good news. Let's see which one will be really the best (overall), from the two top main contenders: Note 8, V30? (Among the others).
After megapixel race
Sensor size race and
Camera count race
Aperture race would be great