There are many factors that we check before we finally make the decision and purchase a new device. When you are on a store, you should already know what things to test on the phone to see if you really like it and is a worthy upgrade to your current Android phone or any other mobile device. Some of the things that are a must for a buyer include a bright and sharp display (which the LG G3 has), a huge battery which can be able to last for more than a day in normal usage, the latest processor for the best performance and gaming performance and last but certainly not least, a great camera sensor.
The LG G3 almost has all the features mentioned above. It has a beautiful and sharp 5.5″ QHD screen which will make happy even those people who do not get pleased easily, a powerful Snapdragon 801 chipset for the ultimate best performance and a decent-sized 3000 mAh battery which keeps things running for a long time. It also has a high-resolution 13 MP camera which captures 4K videos. The camera overall is great and it becomes even better thanks to added features such as dual-LED flash, phase detection focus and optical image stabilization.
Still, there is still a lot of room for improvement. To begin with, the phone captures 1080p Full HD videos only at 30 fps while its competitors capture Full HD videos at 60 fps. There is a huge difference between these two options as 60 fps makes everything smoother and videos played in slow motion look better.
If you have wished that your LG G3 had a better camera, or better say the phone could capture higher quality videos with better audio and image quality, do not worry. If you had lost hope, do not forget that the LG G3 comes with Android, and everything can be done with an Android phone including improving the camera quality.
Thanks to the nature of Android, the stock camera app of the LG G3 has been modified and improved. There are not many improvements and you do not get to enjoy a long list of new features. You get only two important things that will increase the camera quality
- The ability to record 1080p Full HD videos at 60 frames per second.
- Bitrate settings at 4K video recording is set at 100mbps.
You can easily install the modded camera app on your LG G3 and you can either be running on Android 4.4 KitKat or 5.0 Lollipop.