CNET takes the LG G2's 13-megapixel camera around town in San Francisco and New York to test out its photo quality.
Equipped with a 13-megapixel camera and plenty of photo features, the G2 is LG's most powerful handset to date. CNET takes the camera for a spin in sunny California and beautiful New York.
Though gray in real life, the sky is completely washed out in this photo taken during a rainstorm.
Here, the colors run a bit colder than when compared with real-life colors, but the people are in focus.
In addition to dressing sharp, these people at Madison Square Park also look sharp in the photo.
With Night Mode activated, this dimly lit restaurant in Brooklyn gets a whole lotta (blurry) light.
This photo, as well as the next three, are taken at a 10-megapixel resolution setting with the same camera. Here, the flowers are true-to-life, but don't look particularly sharp around the edges.
Because of the phone's powerful Snapdragon 800 processor, I was able to snap quick shots of this fast-moving squirrel
You can see plenty of details in the stone fountain located in the background.
The chairs and this man's face is sharp in this sunny photo of a San Francisco storefront.
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