LG's getting ready for a major G4 launch this year, as the flagship handset is supposedly going to offer features previously unseen in any of the former G series devices.
The tech giant from South Korea recently revealed that the G4's camera will be packing in a 16MP f/1.8 lens which is capable of taking in 80% more light than the G3, and today some more camera info has been leaked ahead of the device's launch on April 28.
According to Business Korea, the G4's camera is expected to be an impressive one. Reportedly, it will sport a six-layer lens set-up, and each of those lenses will be double the size of the LG G3's. That simply means that the phone's camera may take more impressive low light shots. It's best described as a "high precision, large diameter module structure".
Notably, the front-facing shooter will have a 0.11mm ultra-thin glass blue filter that "ensures natural and accurate expression of color by keeping infrared rays from entering the camera lens and increasing the penetration of visible rays."
So far what we know about the handset based on rumors and benchmarks is that it will come with a 5.5-inch Full HD display. It is also expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 with 4GB of RAM, 32/64/128GB storage options, and will come with a 16MP rear-facing camera and an 8MP front-facing camera.
LG will officially unveil the G4 on April 28. The upcoming device is rumored to go official in India by the second half of 2015.