With the official announcement of the LG G6 today in Barcelona, we're finally able to share our first sample images and video from the phone, which we've been using here in Barcelona, Spain for the past few days. The G6 builds on the dual camera setup of the LG G5 and V20 from last year, now with the same 13-megapixel sensor in both cameras. In the regular 71-degree camera you've got an f/1.8 lens and optical image stabilization. For the wide-angle, it's f/2.4, but without OIS. And around the front, LG brings a 5-megapixel behind an f/2.2 lens, with a 100-degree angle to fit more stuff in your selfies.
Check out our sample pics below, and be sure to hit up our full review for the verdict on LG's 2017 flagship! (Keep scrolling for our (#vidsample) at the bottom of this post.)
Alex was with Android Central for over a decade, producing written and video content for the site, and served as global Executive Editor from 2016 to 2022.
Poor quality in low light
Poor quality in daylight and low light, meh that's pretty awful tbh, but i'll wait to see more... how it came so bad after the awesome G4 camera???
wow, so this is the nail in the coffin as far as i am concerned. those pics are not very good. the "wide angle" lens should be called fish eye! blurry movement in even a well lit scene, and the fine details are pretty muddy in anything that isnt bright lit sun. so disappointed with this entire phone... but hey.. it looks nice.
Poor specs for the time, failed. Beyond the new screen ratio, wireless charging and USB 3.1, nothing else excites me. There's better Sony camera sensor and they chose to use the inferior one, the image is OK but video sample is disappointing. No HiFi DAC for US and only 32GB storage? No thanks LG!
Isn't there a camera vs. review with a Pixel XL where this phone camera has good reviews?
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