LG officially announces the G6 camera specs

According to their official teaser on the LG website, the G6 will have wide-angle cameras on the front and the back.

@LanaJelic
Published Mon, Feb 20 2017 5:24 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:56 AM CST

LG will announce the G6 at MWC 2017 in Barcelona on February 26th, and we've seen numerous leaks about the upcoming flagship.

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Now, the Korean company itself have revealed the G6 camera specs. According to their official teaser on the LG website, the G6 will have wide-angle cameras on the front and the back.

The selfie shooter will have a 100-degree field of view, but the resolution hasn't been mentioned.

Read also: The LG G6 battery capacity revealed ahead of the launch

As the previous photos have shown, the G6 will feature a dual rear camera, which will come with 13MP each. One will come with a 125-degree wide angle lens, which should mean that you will be able to capture almost every that's in your line of sight, the company notes.

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Gsmarena also notes that the LG G6 will have various shooting modes, such as 18:9, 1:1, panorama, and others.

Read also: LG G6 comes to the US in April, before Galaxy S8

The G6 will also allow you to combine two to one hundred images into a GIF directly from their built-in Gallery app.

From the previous leaks, it is also clear that the G6 will have USB Type-C port like the G5 did. Other rumors also suggest that the G6 will have a 5.7-inch display and it will probably be water resistant, unlike the G5.

Unfortunately, the G6 won't feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 but instead, will have Snapdragon 821.

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