From LG G2 to LG G3, one of the major enhancements was the camera. The LG G3 has the OIS 13 MP camera. This camera became the first camera phone to use laser auto focus. The camera of LG G3 is already a fairly nice camera but LG is already working on an improved camera for its next flagship device.
The camera module has great features and having better image stabilization compared to the OIS+ tech used in the LG G3.
LG doesn’t come out and say it but the 20.7MP resolution is characteristic of a Sony Exmor sensor, the one used in the Xperia Z family since the Z2.
This time the Korea Electronics Show had an interesting entry – an optically stabilized 20.7MP camera from LG. Of course the company demonstrated only a camera module but it’s not hard to imagine that it will end up in the LG Optimus G Pro 3 and LG G4 before long.
The camera module features improved image stabilization compared to the OIS+ tech used in the LG G3. LG even claims it’s better than the OIS system in the new Galaxy Note 4 with double the correction angle.
There’s still a lot of time until the release of the LG G4. But, I think everyone knows that LG has a very strong entry in this year’s show with this smartphone since it may be the first phone to use this camera. We can’t wait for more things to come from LG.