LG V30 is one of the most awaited phones of the year. The phone has been expected for months now, and LG has made it official to release at the IFA 2017. A number of details about the phone have emerged in recent leaks. We now know pretty much everything about the design of the phone as well as the specifications. However, the LG V30 camera has been quite mysterious so far. We do know the phone would feature dual cameras, but today, a detailed insight on the LG V30 camera has come to light.

What to expect from the LG V30 Camera

This information comes officially from LG. LG has said that the camera on their gen-next flagship smartphone is going to feature an aperture lens of f/1.6. This will make it the biggest camera on any smartphone, ever. In recent times we saw the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the HTC U11 feature a f/1.7 camera while the LG G6 featured f/1.8 and the Pixel phones featured f/2.0. However, the LG V30 camera beats all of them.

As per LG, the f/1.6 camera will allow over 25% more light to be captured than their LG G6 camera with f/1.8 lens. The camera will come with laser detection AF and OIS as well as Electronic Image Stabilization. The phone comes with a crystal clear lens which has an advantage over the regular plastic lenses when it comes to collecting light.

While everything about the LG V30 camera sounds large and grand, the company has shrunk the size of the camera. Size-wise it will now be 30% smaller when compared to the camera on the LG V20 which came out last year. LG has been doing tremendous work when it comes to camera technology in the past few years and the camera on the LG V30 too looks really impressive. Stay tuned with us for more updates on the phone.