LG continues to tease by revailing the features of its next flagship smartphone G6. This time the company talks about the phone's wide-angle cameras both on the front and rear.
The wide-angle dual camera with 13 megapixel resolution does not pop out of its sleek back design, the company says. The design would allow 360 panorama picture-taking and view while the phone lies flat.
The front camera has a 100-degree field of view, but the back two offer a 125-degree angle.
The upgraded camera also provides a 'Square Camera' feature which lets users shoot images in 1:1 format - a popular format on social media apps such as Instagram - and edit and upload them simultaneously in the adjacent window. This also allows users to create GIF files by combining anywhere from 2 and 100 pictures in a loop.
The G6 will also feature an unusually tall 18:9 display. The company also said the phone would come with a 360-degree panorama mode, as well as a food mode that boosts color saturation, and a square camera feature that splits the screen in two so you can see what you've just shot while you line up your next picture.
LG will officially unveil G6 at the 2017 Mobile World Congress held on February 26.