LG unveils V30S ThinQ and the V30S+ ThinQ – As announced earlier, LG has injected more smarts into its flagship smartphones. Users of the new V30S ThinQ and the V30S+ ThinQ phones will get an AI assist when using some of the commonly-used features of the camera, as well as be able to do more using voice commands.
LG introduced the “ThinQ” AI technology at CES 2018 last month, further announcing that it would be rolling out the “approachable and less intimidating” smarts to some of its home appliances, consumer electronics and services. For its V30S smartphones, that tech makes using the camera a tad easier and also gives more power to voice interaction.
Both phones feature the same dual lens camera at the back, with a 16 MP F1.6 lens (71° field of view) and a wide angle 13 MP F1.9 lens (120° field of view). There’s also a 5 MP wide-angle camera to the front, with an F2.2 lens covering 90° field of view. LG gives mobile snappers a helping hand courtesy of Vision AI, which is made up of three AI features.
LG’s new phones also introduced AI Cam, a camera that uses machine learning to automatically alter colours to optimize photographs.
LG has yet to announce a release date and price for the V30S ThinQ.
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