MWC 2017: LG G6 specs revealed again, will feature 13-megapixel dual camera, improved wide-angle lens

LG's next gen-flagship G6 will sport a 13-megapixel dual rear camera with 125-degree wide angle lens.

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Highlights

    • LG G6 to sport 13-MP dual rear camera.
    • The primary camera will come with 125-degree wide angle lens.
    • LG pre-MWC 2017 event scheduled on February 26, 4.30pm IST.

LG has already boasted enough of its next-gen flagship LG G6 in the past few weeks. Now a new teaser from the company confirms that the upcoming flagship will feature a dual-camera both with 13-megapixel lens. LG also teased that the rear camera in the new G6 smartphone will come with 125-degree wide angle lens. The company says the camera is the ‘most similar to a human eye’s field of view’. The LG G6 is expected to sport a better primary camera compared to its previous-gen flagship LG G5 and LG V20. The company further on the trail added that front-facing camera on the G6 will feature a 100-degree wide-angle lens.

Source: LG
                                                               Source: LG

Previously the South Korean tech giant claimed that the new flagship will come with FullVision display with 18:9 aspect ratio, an upgrade Quad DAC support, reliability, water and dust resistance and UX 6.0.

LG also announced that the G6 will be loaded with Square Mode in the camera app that is available in the social-media apps like Instagram. The mode enables the user to take photos in 1:1 ratio and review at the same time in the other identical window. The UX 6.0 in the LG G6 will also bring a Food Mode and a mode that will combine two to hundred images in a loop and create animated GIF.

LG’s MWC 2017(Mobile World Congress) press event is scheduled for February 26 which will commence at 4.30pm IST (12pm CET) in Barcelona, Spain. The company will unveil the flagship LG G6 at its MWC press event. Like we said earlier, the South Korean tech company might leave no coin unturned of the flagship G6 until its pre-MWC event except for the new smartphone’s price details and availability.