Your next phone should take photography as seriously as you do: here’s why the LG X Cam fits the bill
The LG X Cam is the smartphone built with mobile photographers in mind. Flip the 6.9mm-thin device on its front and you’ll find not one but two cameras: the first a powerful 13-megapixel snapper, the second an ultra wide-angle five-megapixel camera with a massive 120-degree field of view – which opens up a whole world of creative possibilities.
That wide-angle lens gives photographers a camera that sees almost exactly the same scene they do. It enables you to capture the whole of the group, scene or vista you’re surveying with the absolute minimum of post-processing fuss – and without having to walk miles to get everything in shot.
If post-processing fuss is your idea of a good time, the X Cam will make light work of it thanks to its 5.2in, full HD Arc Glass display and eight-core, 1.14GHZ processor, while the Android Marshmallow operating system gives you a royal flush of photo-editing apps to choose from.
Around the front of the X Cam is an eight-megapixel camera for hi-res selfies, complete with face-detection abilities that can fire the shutter automatically – so you won’t spoil careful compositions when you tap the on-screen shutter release.
If you’re a dedicated photographer, creating spellbinding new images will be the centre of your world – and it’s the centre of the LG X Cam’s, too.