LG has given some pretty cool details on the next-gen technology we can expect to see in camera phones.
The most interesting is the confirmation that the Korean brand is working on optical zooms for smartphones, something which hasn't been seen outside of Asia for over half a decade.
Jakyung Jeon, Senior Research Engineer from LG's camera sensor development arm, Innotek, said that brand was working on a: "slim optical zoom for the [smartphone] size."
He added: "We're looking at developing a 16MP cameraphone sensor as well as working on optical image stabilisation for our sensors.
"We've already completed and ramped up iris and mechanical shutters on cameraphones for another customer too."
While consumers may have lost interest in the megapixel wars (especially since the launch of Nokia's 808 Pureview) but the notion of a mechanical shutter is interesting, as it will allow crisper and better-lit pictures from a mobile.
LG also said that optical image stabilisation, shown off on the Nokia Lumia 920 handset, was something that many other of its customers had requested and it was hoping to complete development on the technology soon.
So it's good news for those that just HAVE to show the world how much fun they're having – and even more chance to ruin them with Instagram too.
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