LG is all set to release its latest Action camera named LG Action CAMLTE. The firm seems to be targeting to top the list of Action cameras by giving a tough competition to the current companies like GoPro, Sony.
LG Action CAMLTE is the first one of its kind that is featured with LTE connectivity. It can live stream videos directly to video hosting websites like YouTube without a smartphone in between. The Camera also has the remote access feature by which it can also be used as a security monitor or CCTV. This feature will be associated with a software update in July 2016.
The 12.3 Megapixels Camera is capable of recording Ultra HD videos at 30 frames per second and high-quality images can be taken. The pictures and videos recorded on the action camera can also be downloaded using the paired smartphones.
LG Action CAMLTE comes up with a rating of IP67 which makes it repellent to dust & sand. It is water resistant and can be in the water for up to 30 minutes. A complete waterproof case which would be available in the third quarter enables the camera to participate in more action stunts like biking, off-road races, rafting, surfing and scuba diving.
It would also shoot crisp and smoother videos even when mounted to helmets, bicycles, cars and it doesn’t lose its perfection during action activities. It is powered by a 1,400mAh battery which would give the best full HD recording time of up to four hours.
Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics and Mobile Communications briefed that “We are committed to expanding the LG Playground ecosystem with both modules and standalone accessories and Action CAMLTE is one of much more that we plan to announce this year.”
He also added, “Action CAMLTE is an example of the kind of innovation we will be bringing to market, devices that offer features unavailable in other competing products.”
The device is expected to be unveiled at an event in June 2016. It will be first available in Korea and its availability will expand later to the rest of the world. Official Information about the price & availability would be disclosed at the launch itself.