A photo purportedly taken with the LG G3 suggests it could feature a rather amazing camera.
The LG G3 camera could be quite impressive, according to a very detailed photograph of cat that has appeared online.
A rather quizzical looking cat was apparently snapped with the LG G3 by someone with carrier access to the upcoming LG flagship.
Assuming the shot and accompanying EXIF data is the real deal, the LG G3 could better the photography skills of the LG G2.
The shot has a resolution of 4160 x 2342, which works out at 9.6-megapixels with a 16:9 aspect ratio. This would equate to a 13-megapixel camera when using 4:3 aspect ratio shots, which supports the poster’s claim of a 13-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilisation plus for the LG G3.
A 100 per cent crop of the cat snap show impressive details without the noticeable noise and blur of smartphone cameras like those included with the LG G2 and iPhone 5S.
Original rumours put the LG G3’s camera resolution at 16-megapixels, which now looks quite unlikely. However, saying that, EXIF data is pretty easy to fake.
What is interesting is that the tipster put out the idea that the LG G3 will be released in July, rather than the usual September launch.
Other LG G3 rumours suggest the phone will come with fingerprint scanning authentication technology similar to the iPhone 5S and newly launched Samsung Galaxy S5.
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Via: Phone Arena