I've been enjoying the cinemagraph on Windows phone natively for years! I did not know it was not standard to Android. Way to go LG!!!
kuba, 02 Oct 2018Cinematographs mode was also in Samsung Galaxy S4. It was 5 years ago!!! Nowadays it is more ... moreIt's also on the sony phone since Z1 day, called motiongraph but it a downloadable feature rathee than preloaded
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2018Exactly. Let's get the basics right, LG. Faff about with gimmicks later. Does your battery siz... moreEverything except the battery will be top shelf. With 3300 mAh, it will definitely last less than the V30 but hey...
While it's nothing new, it's still pretty cool. This seems like a solid phone
Cinemagraphs are a cool feature. Good LG.
I think the Youtube reviews from this site also employ Cinemagraphs at the end of their videos.
kuba, 02 Oct 2018Cinematographs mode was also in Samsung Galaxy S4. It was 5 years ago!!! Nowadays it is more ... moreExactly. Let's get the basics right, LG. Faff about with gimmicks later. Does your battery size stack up, is your screen top end, are the cameras any good, ois front and back, a non-glass back? These are all more important than a gimmicky feature.
Cinematographs mode was also in Samsung Galaxy S4. It was 5 years ago!!!
Nowadays it is more important for me if LG V40 let me record slow-motion 240 fps in 1080p
.alpha, 02 Oct 2018LG still around? If the fruit is alive, LG could be probably the same. XD
Lg just made what out of trends. Square photos, then outdated cinemagraphs... What will they advertise in 2025? Slow-mo?
Samsung S4 also had Animated Photo feature. And that is a 2013 phone. Why was this article written, what is the purpose to relay these ads?
Nokia Windows phones had this. This isn't cool or unique. This seems to have way more stipulations, too. With my mid-tier Lumia, I could take a brief shot, pick a portion I wanted to be animated while the rest of the picture stayed still. God, LG. Stop being BORING!
peachy001, 02 Oct 2018I'm not hating. But are these really the best examples they could muster? Windows phone had a ... moreyou know why certain feature are not decodable by platforms, you just cant everything for free, or even if you pay for it