Secrets of the week The DxOMark smartphone camera testing team published its full review of the LG V60 ThinQ phone cameras. This phone was the first smartphone capable of recording videos in 4K, and it was one of the first smartphones to be launched with the Snapdragon 865 processor.
The LG V60 ThinQ phone includes a 64-megapixel primary camera with a 1.8 aperture lens that supports OIS image stabilization technology, as well as a 13-megapixel wide-angle camera with a lens of 1.9 aperture, and another Time Of Flight type camera to sense depth information. Unfortunately, there is no telephoto camera on the LG V60 ThinQ.
In testing the still photos, it turns out that the LG V60 ThinQ has a wonderful dynamic range, but it lacks contrast in some situations. Among the flagship phones of this year, the LG V60 ThinQ experienced the highest levels of noise, even in bright environments. Autofocus is “accurate but slow” compared to other flagships, too.
Adding this to the absence of a telephoto camera, the LG V60 ThinQ was placed behind other smartphones in terms of zoom photography. There is also noise and lack of detail at the wide-angle camera level and inconsistent exposure while using automatic flash.
In the video test, the exposure is often accurate, as the AF is quickly adjusted while the white balance and color are great in bright and low light. The stability is also great, but not while on the move or willing and recording. The dynamic range is limited, and at times there is low contrast.
Generally, you can view the full review of the LG V60 ThinQ phone in the source link below to learn more about all the cameras, as well as how the phone performed compared to the phones competing in video recording.