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LG V30 camera will have an f/1.6 lens for capturing more light

LG V30 camera will have an f/1.6 lens for capturing more light

Ever since the LG V10 and perhaps even before that, LG has always prided itself for offering multimedia creators some of the best tools they can fit in their pockets.

LG's upcoming flagship phone "V30" has just leaked online, thanks to the company's HitRecord contest which has exposed a bunch of live images for the handset in full glory. Specifically, the LG V30 will have an f/1.6 aperture, which will deliver 25 percent more light than an f/1.6 aperture. And by the looks of it, one can easily mistake it for an LG G6.

The V30's f/1.6 lens is the largest among current smartphone camera apertures.

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Earlier this week, LG confirmed that they will be introducing their V30 high-end smartphone on #August 30Th, during the annual #Ifa event that is scheduled to be held in Berlin, Germany.

But LG didn't stop there. Also, unlike the V20, the V30 doesn't sport a secondary display above the primary display. LG calls it Glass Crystal Clear Lens and it basically sums up what it's all about. The glass lens, compared with a conventional plastic lens, has a high transmittance rate of visible light for expression of detail that is level with +DSLR cameras, the company added. Besides the dual-camera module, one can spot the laser-assisted autofocus which was also seen on the LG V20. The matured design language will bring the V30 on par with the likes of Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 and Apple's upcoming iPhone 8. In addition to fancy haptics, LG has also detailed part of the camera setup in the V30. Considering LG's past habits, we expect to hear more of those in the days leading up to August 31.