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OnePlus 6 vs LG G7: Cameras

OnePlus 6 vs LG G7: Cameras

The biggest difference between these two phones, aside from the software, is probably the camera setup. 

Both the OP6 and the LG G7 have dual cameras on the back, but they work completely different. With the LG G7 you get two 16MP cameras. One is fast, accurate, capable, and shoots amazing photos. The other is a wide-angle lens for those ultra-wide photos, family portraits, or landscape shots. LG makes great cameras, and you'll enjoy it. 

The OnePlus 6 though, has a 12MP and a 20MP camera setup on the back. At least according to rumors. One year it was a zoom lens, one year it was a color-sensing lens, so anything is possible. We'll have to wait before we know more. Either way, we're assuming the LG G7 has the better camera, but can't say for sure until we try them both. 

Typically OnePlus undercuts the competition in price, but that comes at the expensive of the screen resolution and the camera. Take that as you wish. If the camera is important, wait for reviews, or get the Galaxy S9 or a Pixel 3 later this year. 

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