Test-driving the 13-megapixel camera

Now that we got our hands on AT&T's official LG Optimus G Pro, we take its camera out to see how its 13-megapixel camera fares. In this shot, the purple petals are vibrant and in focus.

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Greetings, Andy!

Though the lighting is a bit dimmer in this photo, Andy the Android's white hue is true to life.

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As the fern turns

This up-close photo of a fern leaf is crisp, though the color is a bit muted.

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Daydreams of Deathsythe

Although the red Gundams are sharp, the blue and white Gundam in the forefront is out of focus.

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I shot the serif

The lettering in this art installment is well defined and the blurred background is pleasantly appealing.

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Internally resenting this

Despite a bad case of laryngitis, our own Sharon Vaknin smiles for the camera.

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The silver lining

In this shadowy photo, you can see how dark hues at the bottom are difficult to distinguish, but there's plenty of detail in the silver structure.

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No one came to my party

In this outdoor photo, leaves are crisp and in focus, and the chairs are sharp.

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Inside the Marriott

Here, colors are duller than they are in real life, and you can see some digital noise in the wood paneling.

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