LG G4, which is the company's upcoming flagship is reported to have camera module that will be able to take high precision pictures in dim and low light conditions effectively. The 16 MP sensor is no ordinary sensor that we see in other flagships. Designed and made by LG's in-house Innotek, this camera module will allow in 80% more light than its previous G3 device, which will result in a crisp, clearer picture even in low light environments. The 16 MP OIS ( Optical Image Stabilization ) camera module features an aperture of f/1.8 which is twice big as the G3 unit. The brightness of the picture is dependent on the aperture size. A smaller aperture lens, that is a wider sensor will allow in more data and light to produce a brighter image, also it will allow comparatively good amount of light even in dimly lit areas. So LG Innotek increased the size of its lens by a factor of two and added six sensing layers. This high-precision, large-diameter module structured Six-element lens will enhance the light input and sensing.In addition to that, a 0.1 mm super-thin glass blue filter has been included in order to filter the light from the natural infrared emission which deteriorates the color quality of the image. We are excited to get our hands on this phone, which will be unveiled by the end of this month.