The LG G6 square camera grid shot
In the next few years, your smartphone could be the only computing device that you will need. Through the advancement of system-on-a- chip technology, the new generation of smartphones will be able to handle complex tasks such as seamless multitasking and virtual reality gaming.
Smartphones today can perform the same tasks as PCs, digital cameras, cam coders, navigation devices, MP3 players and DVD players. The sky is the limit for the new smartphone era. High end smartphones will be able to do just about anything that any other device can.
In the olden days, only one camera was used to take pictures in the family. The film camera was the only source of memories from an occasion. Fast forward to an event today; a whole database of images is available on the internet. The smartphone has given users the freedom to express their style in capturing images. It has turned into an outlet for our creative impulses, and will affect our lives fundamentally.
The new LG G6 is one of the flagship phones in the market which has given its users creative freedom and individuality. The phone has an impressive 5.7 inch full vision display that takes up the entire front of the screen. It is a little wider and longer than the conventional smartphone. You can now comfortably watch videos on Netflix using your phone.
The G6 dual cameras provide various modes which the user can play with to get unique images. With features such as square camera match shot, which allows you to edit two different pictures into one and dual wide angle cameras, the G6 can provide high resolution pictures and editing software that are even good enough for professional photographers.
The G6 dual wide angle camera
To add on to that, the G6 can also take good quality panorama shots with a range of options in lighting, exposure and saturation. It allows you to make your editing as simple as possible, or as feature complete as you would need.
The G6 Square Camera Match shot
Photography today has become truly democratic. With the rise of technology, amateur photographers are now capable of producing stunning images, often using their smartphones. They have also allowed users to share their work instantly on social media. The beauty of live content is that it gives people a platform to share what they have a visual connection with; whether it is the ambient lighting on the trees, or a musical performance at a concert. Smartphones have helped people to unlock their true creative potential.