Optical Image Stablization – Meet Lizzy!

What can we learn from Lizzy the chicken?

Great video huh? As you can imagine, this blog post isn’t really about a chicken, but about the LG G2, one of the top phones on the market today. There are a couple of features on this phone that make it stand out from the crowd, and one is this is the camera on the device. It’s a 13-megapixel camera, with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass to make sure quality doesn’t degrade as the phone gets older. The image stabilization tech is what really caught my eye though, the camera lens actually moves around to keep the image stable; a far superior method to digital stabilization techniques in my opinion. I also love the camera software that comes with the phone, particularly the ability to capture video off both the front and rear cameras simultaneously.

lg-feature-img-quickremoteThere’s another feature that caught my eye, one I’ve been wanting for some time now. The phone has an IR emitter that can mimic the remote control used by TV’s DVDs and other devices; meaning you can control all your equipment from one place. I guess this is also a convenient feature for controlling TVs where the controls are not within easy reach 🙂

The specs on the phone are pretty impressive. From the 2.26 GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 Quad-Core Processor, the 5.2” Full HD 1080p display and my favorite, a 3000 mAh battery, which should keep the phone going for as long as you need. While these are awesome, there are a couple of innovative features I hadn’t seen before; there’s a button on the rear of the phone for example, and also the ability to wake up the phone by knocking on the screen. Without using these I can’t really vouch as to how effective they are, but it’s nice to see manufacturers trying something new.

So, tempted? For me, it’s right up there with the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 as one of the best phones to get right now! You can read more about it one the LG G2 site.

This post is sponsored by LG G2. However, I only tend to publish posts that I think my readers would be interested in, and with a phone as awesome as this, I had no trouble writing the post above.

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