iPhone X camera compared to the LG G7 ThinQ camera

LG recently launched its latest flagship smartphe, the LG G7 ThinQ, which, like the flagship smartphes of many other manufacturers, includes a high-quality dual-lens camera that provides impressive photographic capabilities.

In our latest YouTube video, we compared the G7's camera to the iPhone's X camera to compare and set the functis and image quality of both devices.

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While the iPhone X has a dual lens cfigurati that includes a wide angle and a telephoto lens, the G7, like the G6, takes a different approach to its camera cfigurati, introducing both a lens standard wide angle ~ 71 degrees f / 1.6 and an even wider lens f / 1.9 107 degrees, avoiding telephoto capabilities all together.

Both sensors offer an improved 16 megapixel pixel count, and the standard lens includes support for optical image stabilizati and an autofocus system including phase detecti and a laser.

The Apple iPhone X is equipped with a standard 12 megapixel f / 1.8 wide-angle lens combined with a 12 megapixel f / 2.4 telephoto lens, which makes it even easier to use. Apple uses for its depth effects in Portrait mode. Both wide-angle and telephoto lenses have their reas to be, and thanks to LG's cfigurati, you can take larger panoramic photos, rather than closer portrait images, designed to focus a single subject .

LG's camera also includes a portrait mode effect, but the background blur is entirely achieved via software rather than through the lens. .

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