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LG V40 ThinQ press render shows phone ahead of next week's launch

29 September 2018, 06:00 | Jodi Jackson

[Update: AT&T model leaked] LG V40 ThinQ leak shows off triple cameras and G7-style notch

LG V40 ThinQ press render shows phone ahead of next week's launch

By the way, the front facing camera here, too, the double - 8 and 5 MP, so LG ThinQ V40 will be the world's first smartphone with five modules.

LG is all set to launch its upcoming flagship device on October 4. That said, it's not expected to arrive in the Indian market anytime soon, considering that LG is yet to release the V35 ThinQ in India. We already know how the phone looks like and what are its highlights but today, Evan Blass posted the official press render of the device on Twitter that confirmed all the details.

LG has already sent invites for an event in NY on October 4 where it will unveil the LG V40 ThinQ. Unlike other phones with three main cameras, such as the Huawei P20 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), which have their cameras arranged vertically, the LG V40 bets on a horizontal camera setup.

Three of the LG V40 ThinQ's cameras are on the back.

The image shared by Blass is for the US-based carrier AT&T and it suggests that the phone will sport a fingerprint sensor directly above the horizontally mounted triple rear camera setup with an LED flash.


The announcement confirms that the device will have a slightly larger 6.4-inch screen than last year's model, and will be available in red, blue and grey.

But, considering how well the cameras of LG phones perform, we expect some seriously good cameras on the LG V40 ThinQ.

There's metal frame around the edges which looks glossier than the matte-like glass on the back, to imply how solid the phone is.

According to rumors, the device will run on the 845 Snapdragon processor with a clock frequency of 1.77 GHz. We are also getting a new Google Assistant Button and a true effort to make bezels disappear.



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