Everybody knows that if you need the best camera on a smartphone, you have to get a LG G or V series phone. You get two cameras on the back of the phone; one slightly wide angle, and one extreme wide angle. You can take photos with either, or take a selfie with the front camera while taking two different photos from each of the rear cameras, all at the same time. In addition to have great sensors, LG's G7 use a special colorimeter to measure color so that it's excellent JPEG processing engine nails color perfectly every time. Skin tones especially look natural and perfect every time. But of course, a good sensor and JPEG engine are nothing if you don't have good glass to back it up, and most phones don't even have that as most use all plastic lenses. LG uses a special glass material for the front lens element. This really is as good as it gets when it comes to smartphone photography.
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All photos dimensions reduced for webActual photo - 100% to follow100% crop from previous photo, (this is the only photo here to show the actual pixel detail without reducing it for web.Click for enlargmentLG G7's normal wide angle lensAnd standing in the same exact spot with the extra wide angle lensNormal wide angleTh extra wide angle exagerates angles in a fun wayLG G7's normal wide angle lens
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