A very early this morning, Phonearena website has published the LG G7 ThinQ and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Camera comparison – which will be introduced in a few hours. Although the site puts the content off-air, however, we had access to the web page cache with all captured shots.
The portal pointed out that the LG G7 that was used to take the photos featured in this material is a pre-production unit. The software running on this device, including the camera and photo processing software, is not final.
There are six different scenarios used in the test. It is important to reinforce that the Samsung flagship has 12MP dual rear camera with variable aperture f/1.5 or f/2.4 and OIS.
The upcoming LG G7 ThinQ should have a 16MP dual rear sensor – a normal and a wide-angle with f/1.6 aperture and artificial intelligence capabilities to enhance photos.
Although the overall picture shows a high image quality of the two devices, when zoom scenarios, it is possible to see that the images captured by the LG device begin to distort more easily compared to the rival.
The trend is that this occurs due to explained by the Phonearena, referring to the pre-production unit, which means that the software running on the phone was not the final version.