The LG G2 Android smartphone is regarded as a successor to the Optimus G, LG’s 2012 flagship device, and last month this handset was unveiled at a press event in New York City. At that point potential consumers were informed this product will be releasing over the coming months, so we are keen to see some of the features.
Today we are looking at the camera specs with help from some YouTube videos to give us a visual impression, and the first of the three embedded below is an indoor sample video, which only last 21 seconds. The videos come courtesy of Phone Arena and the second focuses on the LG G2 tracking zoom video feature, which lasts around 40 seconds and shows a window within the screen highlighting specific targets.
The last of the three videos is nearer the minute mark and shows sample footage of the LG G2 running at 30 fps. Those of you keen to see more LG G2 video can see our recent post that highlights the camera and movie features.
In addition, yesterday we detailed a full LG G2 review which is ideal for getting more insight about this device, as this is regarded as an ambitious phone. Throughout the review we get the impression LG are more concerned with what other companies are implementing, but we would love to know your thoughts on this, so check out the brief videos below and feel free to give us your perspective in the comments section.
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