Taking shots with the G2

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.

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Caught in the rain

Though gray in real life, the sky is completely washed out in this photo taken during a rainstorm.

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Headless in Manhattan

Here, the colors run a bit colder than when compared with real-life colors, but the people are in focus.

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Waiting at Shake Shack

In addition to dressing sharp, these people at Madison Square Park also look sharp in the photo.

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A sandwich on midnight

With Night Mode activated, this dimly lit restaurant in Brooklyn gets a whole lotta (blurry) light.

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Some gnarly flowers

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.

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What're you looking at?

Because of the phone's powerful Snapdragon 800 processor, I was able to snap quick shots of this fast-moving squirrel

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A walk down Market Street

You can see plenty of details in the stone fountain located in the background.

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Sunshine and coffee

The chairs and this man's face is sharp in this sunny photo of a San Francisco storefront.

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