In classic LG fashion, the upcoming flagship G4 smartphone is being gradually revealed in a trickle of small announcements detailing its new features and specs. Earlier this week, we found out that the G4 will be among the leaders in terms of camera aperture, besting Samsung by the thinnest of margins with an f/1.8 lens. Today, LG Innotek, the component-making arm of the LG conglomerate, is announcing that it's started mass production of the G4's camera module, which marries up a new 16-megapixel sensor with that fast new lens. This is the first time LG has bumped up the resolution since 2013's excellent G2, and should mark a change in camera performance as well.
80 percent more light, 23 percent more pixels than G3