A phone is no longer just a phone.
It’s a camera, an ebook, a laptop, a business tool, a media player… no matter if you use your smartphone for work or play (or both), it’s essential that it becomes a digital “Swiss Army Knife”, being able to take on all the pocket tasks you need it to.
Thankfully, the feature-rich LG family of G4 smartphones let you get down to business with myriad features and downloadable apps. But it’s not all tools and tasks; there is plenty to do if you’re up for some fun.
One way to get creative with both the flagship G4 and G4 Beat is to switch the camera mode from automatic to manual. It can be daunting at first, but once you learn the ins and outs, you’ll soon be taking some very impressive shots.
Manual mode on the LG G4 and G4 Beat gives you full control of the camera and therefore the image being taken: white balance, ISO, shutter speed, and focus can all be controlled independently. There’s even the choice of snapping pics in RAW format, like professionals use, to tweak and edit photos on your PC.
So if you want to fine-tune an image as it’s being shot (and not just with lenses) or to make sure the focus is set perfectly, here’s where manual mode on the G4 and G4 Beat will be best.
Until you’re ready to take that next step, you can still take advantage of all the automatic mode features. Want it to be even easier? Try simple mode – here, all the bells and whistles are removed and you can simple tap the screen to take photos.
Unleash the artist within
The G4 Stylus may look a serious business device, but LG’s all-new Rubidium Stylus can really take sketching, notes or even lists (hello QuickMemo+!) to the next level on the phone’s generous 5.7-inch screen.
The G4 Stylus is ideal (and oh-so-practical) for photographers, students, architects, graphic designers and anyone else with creative flair.
No matter if you want to write up quick meeting notes or add a doodle to a photograph or screenshot, it’s really easy with the G4 Stylus.
The best bit? You don’t need a big budget to take home either the LG G4 Beat or G4 Stylus.