The LG G3 stunning laser-powered photography

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We know, today is the era of mobile technology.  It’s a mega-pixel war.  Now, in the camera phones, auto focusing is a must function.

Actually, auto-focusing really works better in the bright light environment.  For improved photography, the laser-aided focusing was used in handy digital cameras, earlier.  And now, LG is the pioneer in making the first laser-powered auto focusing system in a mobile phone.

On May 27, 2014, LG launched its latest mobile handset, The LG G3.  This brand-new mobile phone has a laser-powered camera, which will give you a high-contrast picture quality.  In the low light situation, especially at night time, some smart phones have a bit difficulty in focusing.  The laser light of L5 G3 helps a lot to focus in the low light environment, and LG says that it takes only 0.276 seconds to focus.  The laser definitely helps making the photographs with brilliant quality.  That is why the company ensures the highest quality of its camera in the following statement:

“This technology enables the G3 to capture the best moment — even in low light — by measuring the distance between the subject and the camera using a laser beam.  So no more fuzzy pictures of your son scoring his first football goal and or missed shots because your camera couldn’t decide quickly enough which toddler in the playground to focus on.”

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This second biggest feature is its Quad HD display. It is 2560 x 1440, 5.5 inches, which is much higher than a retina  display. Yet it is the first U.S. Quad HD display phone.

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The phone is also packed with more stunning and extraordinary features, which are:

1.  Android 4.4.2 (kitkat)
2.  Quad Core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
2.  Adreno 330 GPU
3.  16GB internal 2GB RAM.
32GB internal 3GB RAM
4.  13MP cam with 2160p/30fps video recording
5.   3000 mAh battery

 

 

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