Fujifilm Malaysia just launched their version of a selfie expert. No, it’s not a smartphone, obviously. It’s a camera. The successor of their previous mirrorless camera for the selfie generation, the X-A3. This is the Fujifilm X-A5. Don’t ask me what happened to 4, we don’t talk about that.
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Competing in South Korea would easily offset any other major tech manufacturer but LG keeps on trucking despite having Samsung looking high and mighty.
LG’s smartphones of late have come short of the other flagships in the market – the V10 had a nice trick, with its ticker display and dual-FRONT cameras; and the G4 had a great camera overall. Smartphone cameras are getting good with the Microsoft Lumia 950 (XL), Nexus 6P, and Samsung Galaxy flagships leading the charge.
So what does LG have to bring to the table?
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When you say Sony imaging, you’d tend to think of their top-of-the-line α series digital cameras though their smartphone line of Exmor sensors does garner some attention every now and then. Mainly that’s due to the Japanese company having great technology but bad implementation – awkwardly seen on their flailing flagship smartphones.