LG G3 Camera Review: So How Exactly Does the OIS+ Laser Work Out?

By Prarthito

LG's growth, in the past, has been limited due to the previous presence of the likes of Samsung and Apple in the market. Sure the manufacturer makes and has already made a few notable handsets, but most of them are still shy of the recognition they deserve. However, LG's newest G3 handset won't go through any such issues.

The smartphones comes in at a time when the market is already flooded with a host of big name phones. With the likes of HTC One M8 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 already showcasing a massive presence in the market, it needs more than just a good phone to deliver a decent competition. And the G3 has just the goods inside.

LG G3 Camera Review: So How Exactly Does the OIS+ Laser Work Out?

 

The LG G3 is easily one of the most powerful devices currently in the market, apart from the fact that it's expected to make it big in the market with the year running down. Although it goes without saying that there will be a bit of problem in the price tag of the device as not many customers will be willing to pay such a big amount of money for a smartphone.

However, for once, if we are to leave aside the price factor of a device, the LG G3 easily features in the wishlists of a boatload of users looking to invest on a smartphone that will actually compliment the money that was invested on the smartphone in the first place.

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But leaving aside all other aspects of the smartphone out for the moment, we are concentrating on the camera of the device. As you may already heard all around you, the device comes with a somewhat revolutionary camera that has already been touted one of the best in the business.

As far as specs for the camera is concerned, the LG G3's imaging aspect is take care by a 13MP rear camera with OIS plus, Dual LED Flash, and 4K video recording and a new LG technology that uses Laser to Auto Focus. Apart from that, you will also get a 2.1MP front-facing shooter.

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LG has provided quite a few hardware features into the LG G3's 13 megapixel camera. The device's dual-tone flash looks quite similar to that of the iPhone 5S and HTC One M8. However, the real innovation lies in the laser autofocus that's yet to be seen in a mobile-based camera.

But then again, leaving aside the specs, what's so special about the camera and why is the entire web going absolutely crazy about the LG G3's camera offering? We take a closer look at a detailed camera review for the device.

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You really don't need an expert to educate you on how important it is to get a final product that offers good clarity. Well, check this image, for example. As you can tell, it was shot from a flight, so the distance isn't negligible. However, the final product nothing short of a miracle. And we have seen how other final products as such come out.

You really don't need an expert to educate you on how important it is to get a final product that offers good clarity. Well, check this image, for example. As you can tell, it was shot from a flight, so the distance isn't negligible. However, the final product nothing short of a miracle. And we have seen how other final products as such come out.

LG G3 Camera Review: HDR Mode Turned On
 

While the G3's camera is a marvel in its own right, truth be told, you won't see that many modification options inside. However, the HDR mode is still there and it does the job effectively. The image above is an example. You can always toggle the HDR mode on or off, although it remains on by default.

While the G3's camera is a marvel in its own right, truth be told, you won't see that many modification options inside. However, the HDR mode is still there and it does the job effectively. The image above is an example. You can always toggle the HDR mode on or off, although it remains on by default.

While the G3's camera is a marvel in its own right, truth be told, you won't see that many modification options inside. However, the HDR mode is still there and it does the job effectively. The image above is an example. You can always toggle the HDR mode on or off, although it remains on by default.

As far as the camera software is concerned, you will find that LG has stripped the app down to make it as flexible as possible. On turning the camera on, you will be treated with just a back button and set of dots to tell you that yet more features await you.

As far as the camera software is concerned, you will find that LG has stripped the app down to make it as flexible as possible. On turning the camera on, you will be treated with just a back button and set of dots to tell you that yet more features await you.

As far as the camera software is concerned, you will find that LG has stripped the app down to make it as flexible as possible. On turning the camera on, you will be treated with just a back button and set of dots to tell you that yet more features await you.

As far as the camera software is concerned, you will find that LG has stripped the app down to make it as flexible as possible. On turning the camera on, you will be treated with just a back button and set of dots to tell you that yet more features await you.

As far as the camera software is concerned, you will find that LG has stripped the app down to make it as flexible as possible. On turning the camera on, you will be treated with just a back button and set of dots to tell you that yet more features await you.

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