The photographic sector represents one of the most important aspects for many users when they are about to decide which phone to buy and, therefore, the in-depth reviews of DxOMark have become increasingly followed over time and the last model to be tested is LG V60 ThinQ 5G .
Recall that among the main features of LG’s new top of the range we find a 64 megapixel primary sensor (with focal aperture f / 1.8, PDAF and OIS), an ultra wide angle 13 megapixel and a depth sensor, a double LED flash and the ability to record videos in 4320p (at 30 fps) and 2160p (at 30 fps) resolution.
LG V60 ThinQ 5G does not conquer DxOMark
The overall score obtained by LG V60 ThinQ 5G was 100 (the photo sector recorded 103 points, the video sector 93 points), positioning itself far from the current top of the range models of the competition.
Among the aspects that positively affected the testers we find the quality of the colors, the details in good light conditions and the good exposure with the flash as regards the photos and autofocus, the white balance and the stabilization in the videos.
Among the aspects that did not convince the testers are the noise and the loss of detail with the zoom as regards the photos and the limited dynamic range and the level of detail in the videos. You can find the full DxOMark test by following this link .