The LG G Pro 2 has been confirmed by the Korean website. It is said that the OIS (optical image stabilization) technology will be integrated into the new smartphone. It will host a 12 megapixel sensor. LG confirmed that the LG G Pro 2 will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress.
The technology has been used in smartphones like the LG G2, Nokia 808 PureView and the Lumia 1020. It works by compensating for when the mobile user is shaking the camera. It allows for a sharper picture and lighter pictures to be taken. The OIS camera is also equipped with the ability to record high definition video in slow motion as well as burst shoot up to 20 photos.
It is expected to feature a six-inch full HD display, a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, Android KitKat and it will also support LTE Advanced. This Android is powerful and will be optimal for any phone photographer.
The LG G Pro 2 is Going to be Packed with Photography Specifications
1. Optical Image Stabilization - The integration of optical image stabilization technology into smartphones opens up opportunities for improved image quality and video recording capabilities.
2. Full HD Display - The inclusion of a six-inch full HD display in smartphones allows for a visually immersive experience and enhances the viewing of photos and videos.
3. LTE Advanced Support - The support for LTE Advanced in smartphones enables faster internet speeds and paves the way for seamless streaming of high-resolution content.
1. Smartphone Manufacturing - Smartphone manufacturers can capitalize on the trend of integrating optical image stabilization technology and full HD displays to offer consumers enhanced photography and multimedia experiences.
2. Camera Technology - The advancements in optical image stabilization technology create opportunities for camera technology companies to develop innovative solutions for improved image and video stabilization in various devices.
3. Telecom and Connectivity - The introduction of smartphones with LTE Advanced support presents opportunities for telecom providers to promote faster and more reliable internet connections, catering to the increasing demand for seamless online experiences.