LG will announce the G6 at MWC 2017 in Barcelona on February 26th, and we've seen numerous leaks about the upcoming flagship.
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.
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.
Gsmarena also notes that the LG G6 will have various shooting modes, such as 18:9, 1:1, panorama, and others.
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.