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5 Things LG V40 ThinQ Cameras can do that Huawei P20 Pro Camera’s Can’t

Written by Asif Aslam

First of all, no matter how good the camera of Huawei P20 Pro might be, still every Smartphone has their own drawbacks. Hence, when it comes to the camera quality of LG V40 ThinQ, there is something magical about this phone’s camera.

First of all, the Huawei P20 Pro comes with a triple camera setup where it offers excellent low-light capabilities and much better zoom.

With which, the phone has successfully earned tons of successful reviews and praises.

Still, on the other hand, its rival LG is making a triple-camera setup Smartphone known as the LG V40 ThinQ.

Moving onto the contrary side, the Huawei features a 40MP main camera followed by a 20MP monochrome shooter and an 8MP 3x telephoto snapper.

Hence, the three cameras work in a synchronous mode where they produce some excellent shots all on the go.

Now, switching on to the other camera, it comes with a 12MP primary camera, a 16MP ultra wide-angle snapper & a 12MP 2x telephoto shooter.

So, what are those 5 things which make the camera of LG V40 ThinQ different than Huawei P20 pro?

Well, that’s what we will be going to find out in this article.

So, let’s move ahead and discover the 5 things which LG V40 ThinQ camera can do a bit, different than Huawei P20 Pro.

5 Things LG V40 ThinQ Cameras can do that Huawei P20 Pro Camera Can’t

1. Super Wide-Angle Camera

LG V40 ThinQ

credits: Android Authority

Although the Huawei’s P20 Pro have Three Cameras, it still does not have got the super wide-angle camera.

Instead, it makes use of the monochrome shooter to take much better low-light snaps.

Hence, when it comes to wide-angle camera shooting, LG has surely made its name with its super wide-angle secondary camera.

Since, the year 2016, LG’ camera has made huge success whereas LG V40 ThinQ is yet another beauty from LG.

2. Cinemagraphs

LG V40 ThinQ

credits: Android Authority

Well, till now I hope you must have heard of the word, “Cinemagraph”.

It is nothing and it generally enables any user to make MP4 or GIF.

Here, only certain parts of the screen get moving and you can assume a moving picture scenario.

Previously, we saw this feature on the Nokia Lumia phones, the Moto Z3 Play, and the Cinemagram app.

Now, LG’s latest phone has the same capability to capture cinemagraphs.

Here, they have named the feature, “Cine Shot” where you can create cinemagraphs with every single rear camera.

Although this isn’t an exclusive LG V40 ThinQ feature still, the Huawei’s P20 lacks in this case.

3. Simultaneous Preview

LG V40 ThinQ

credits: Android Authority

In case if you are not sure which lens to use, the LG V40 ThinQ delivers an exciting simultaneous preview functionality.

With this, the users can get a preview of every single rear camera before they actually tap the shutter key.

Although, the preview window isn’t that huge they have the ability to let you decide, an image before its actual shot.

To be honest, I found this feature to be a pretty much neat one.

When it comes to Huawei, they still don’t let you see the preview of images beforehand.

In addition, even Samsung doesn’t allow to see what the telephoto & standard snap looks like beforehand.

Hence, altogether, it’s a win-win situation for everyone who buys the LG V40 ThinQ, for sure.

4. Simultaneous Capture

LG V40 ThinQ

credits: Android Authority

After seeing the actual preview from the three cameras, it might be a super cool thing.

But, taking simultaneous shots from those three cameras is an experience, beyond imagination.

Well, the LG V40 ThinQ triple shot does an excellent job to take simultaneous shots from their three rear cameras.

In addition, it can even spit out Animation, a span in between the super wide-angle camera straight towards the telephoto shot.

Now, speaking about the past, we have seen the ability to capture simultaneous pictures on the Nokia Smartphone.

Here, the feature was named as “Bothie” which made pictures to be clicked from the rear as well as front end.

On the other hand, even Samsung lets user capture pictures using a Live Focus Shot from the telephoto camera. And, with a standard shot using the main camera.

Thus, Huawei phones still don’t have this feature making it, surely lack in simultaneous capture department.

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5. Advanced Audio Controls

LG V40 ThinQ

credits: Android Authority

Driving back in the year 2015, LG’s V10 stood out from the crowd when it came up with a manual video mode.

Since, then, Huawei made a partnership with the Korean company to offer the same manual mode since that time.

Hence, with manual mode, you can adjust the exposure, white balancing and even other variables with great ease and comfort.

However, when it comes to LG’s video recording mode, it stands out from the advanced audio settings.

So, what you get from LG’s Advanced Audio Controls?

You get options such as:

  • Gain
  • Low-Cut Filter
  • Limiter
  • Wind Filter

Final Word of Mouth: Is it worth to choose the LG V40 ThinQ Over Huawei P20 Pro?

Huawei P20 Pro

credits: Android Authority

Without any doubt, the LG V40 ThinQ packs in tons of amazing camera features. But, the Huawei P20 Pro doesn’t really lag behind in every possible condition.

Having the fantastic night mode, wide-aperture mode, and different zoom capabilities, the P20 Pro is certainly one of the best camera smartphones.

Ultimately, between the LG V40 ThinQ and Huawei’s P20 pro, you are the true decider.

Other than the above given 5 things, both the Smartphone’s are a hell of a choice in Camera segment.

Hence, what you can really do? Well, go according to your preferences, see videos on YouTube and then decide on your ultimate Smartphone.

And, for us, you can simply share this article with your friends, family and let them know about the amazing camera and the arrival of the LG V40 ThinQ, with joy and happiness.

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Asif Aslam

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