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LG V30: 6 Reasons to Wait & 4 Reasons Not to

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Wait If You Want Dual Rear Cameras

Wait If You Want Dual Rear Cameras

One of the first manufacturers to truly embrace the now popular Dual Camera setup was LG. The company uses two cameras on its flagship smartphones to offer neat features other phones can't. The LG G5, V20, and G6 have two 13 Megapixel cameras on the back. One takes regular photos that look great, and the second sensor is a wide-angle lens. Allowing you to capture more, take beautiful landscape photography, and other neat visual and focus effects. 

We're expecting the LG V30 to again have two 13 Megapixel cameras on the back. One should be a pretty great camera overall. The other should come in around f/2.4 aperture and use a fixed wide-angle. Simply zoom out to activate the second lens. 

Additionally, the two cameras work together to create stunning photos, change focus points and more. LG uses it to offer wide-angle shots, while Apple's dual cameras are for zooming in. Choose what's right for you. 

Oh, and the front facing camera is expected to get a boost to 8 megapixels and offer a better selfie camera than past LG phones.

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