Software stabilization to build on OIS that made the LG G2 camera great

Mobile World Congress

After preemptively announcing that it will indeed unveil the G Pro 2 at MWC later this month, LG has just released some details on the imaging capabilities of the device. This time around it's just covering the upcoming camera features, focusing on four points. For stills, the phone will have so-called "OIS Plus" technology, which builds on what launched in the LG G2's camera and adds software-based image stabilization as well to create even clearer shots. There will also be a new 20-shot burst mode, which combines all shots into a single photo for new effects.

On the video front, LG sets the expectation that the G Pro 2 will have both 1.4 times slow motion video and UHD (Ultra High Definition, often referred to as "4K") capture. UHD captures at 3840x2160 resolution, and while it isn't the first time we've seen the capability it's still something that some folks are looking for in upcoming devices.

We still don't know a whole lot more about the LG G Pro 2 — aside from purported photo leaks — outside of what LG has told us thus far, but it seems like we're in for a treat come the end of February.

Source: LG (Translated)