LG has taken off the wrap from this year’s flagship device – the LG G4. This device is set to compete with iPhone 6, Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9.
LG G4 has impressive specs that are expected from a high end device. The G4 has a 5.5in display with Quad HD resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with six cores, an 8-megapixel front-facing camera and a 16MP rear camera.
LG has given special attention to the LG G4 camera this time. The rear camera features Laser Cam F1.8 technology that LG’s European president Brian Na claimed is as close to replicating what the human eye sees that a smartphone has ever achieved.
G4 camera offers manual adjustment of white balance, ISO and shutter speed – as well as the ability to save photos in RAW format – meant that the LG G4 replicates the functionality of a Digital SLR camera.
“The LG G4 offers comfortable elegance, a great visual experience and a human-centric user experience,” said Andrew Coughlin, LG’s UK and Ireland head of mobile. “Its stunning and ergonomic slim-arc design delivers 20% better durability compared to flat smartphones.”
LG hopes to sell around 10 million units of the G4 this year. It will be available in the UK from May 28