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Apple, LG - What is the iPhone 8, 8+, X camera quality/image sensor? LG V30 has 10 bit hdr and F/1.6 aperture.

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Was watching this video, I was amazed how high quality the camera was that I thought was actually better than the RED Weapon $50,000 cinema camera:

and looking at the LG V30 website for their phone:

3 things came to mind (besides their OLED FullVision display that has no notch and actually looks like they accomplish Apple's vision better than Apple did ("Our vision has always been to create an iPhone that is entirely screen. One so immersive the device itself disappears into the experience."), I knew LG made the best OLED displays), displays aside:

- LG V30 has a 10 bit hdr image sensor instead of 8 bit image sensor.

- LG V30 has an aperture of F/1.6 with glass lens

- LG V30 has manual settings in default camera app

#3 I can live without given App Store having 3rd party apps... but what about #1 and #2? What image sensor does the iPhone 8, 8+, and X have? Is it 10-bit also? Does the F/1.6 matter much? Should the iPhones of this generation be taking better quality photos than the LG V30? Thoughts?

 
Date: Sep 30, 2017    Labels: Apple LG


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