DxOMark has just published the results of its in-depth analysis of the LG G7 ThinQ smartphone camera. The handset features a dual-camera setup with an optically stabilised 16MP main camera with a f/1.6 lens and a secondary 16MP super-wide-angle lens. Powered by a Snapdragon 845 chipset and featuring a 6.1″ IPS display, the device also incorporates LG’s AI-powered scene and subject recognition, designed to automatically find the best camera settings for a scene.
The device received an overall score of 83 points, placing it close to some older flagship models. DxOMark said, “The smartphone shows a marked improvement in colour, enabling a solid Photo score of 84 points. The G7 ThinQ offers decent dynamic range and takes reasonably good back-lit photos. Exposure is another area where the device performs well”.
The G7 scored 79 points for its video capture capabilities. “The device shows good exposure, colour rendering and white balance in most conditions. However, autofocus performance had a negative impact on the overall score, as it didn’t always trigger in outdoor conditions and has no tracking capability,” DxOMark added.