LG’s highly-anticipated G6 smartphone will reportedly have three cameras, cementing the company’s intentions to jump on the multi-cam bandwagon.
According to a blog post by the Korean company, the device will have two 13-megapixel sensors on its rear side, with one 10-megapixel front-facing lens.
The rear cameras will work together to create 125-degree wide-angle images, while the ‘selfie-cam’ will have a range of 100-degrees.
According to The Verge, this is LG’s second device to offer the triple-cam feature, following last year’s V20 and G5.
The blog post suggests that the cameras will enable 360-degree panoramic photos, as well as a colour-saturating “food mode”.
The phone is likely to be officially unveiled later this month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The Verge believes that LG will do so at its own dedicated MWC event on Sunday.