One of the Earliest Dual Rear Camera Phones – LG X CAM
For starters, LG unveiled the LG X Cam unbelievably thin and lightweight smartphone on 15 February during the MWC (mobile world congress). There was very little information revealed at that point of time by LG about the Dual Camera of LG X Cam mobile.
LG even kept the images for the Dual rear camera clandestine until now. The images reveal two rear cameras on the back of the device with a slightly raised square platform. There are two lenses used by LG, the first 13 Megapixel lens covers 78 degrees while the 5 Megapixel lens capture a wider frame with the 120-degree lens.
At the back of the phone, there is a square assembly that housed the dual cameras and flash. Also, LG has released the pictures taken using both the lenses. Notably, you can get a very wide angle shot using the combination of cameras.
Additionally, the Pop-Out image options which are available in the LG G5 also is available on the LG X-Cam.
Further, the company claims that the camera experience on the new LG X Cam smartphone is revolutionary and is going to better compared to the competition smartphones in the similar price range.
The LG X Cam comes with a 5.2-inch display with IPS Full HD resolution and 3D glass with a curved glass finish at the front of the device.
The LG X CAM offers – 13 MP + 5 MP Dual Lens Camera
Noticeably, LG has done a miraculous job as far as the design goes. The X Cam’s immaculate design make it really lite weight measuring just 118 grams and surprisingly it is still able to contain a 2520 mAH battery.
To impress style gurus, LG has made it incredibly lite, they have also made it thin. Likewise, iPhone 6s measuring only 6.99 mm in thickness.
The other key highlight for the smartphone is that it runs on the latest Android OS – Marshmallow 6.0. However, it is yet to go on sale in India, we will update as LG shares further details for launch.