LG V40 ThinQ with Five-Camera Officially Coming on October 3

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LG is at it again, folks! The latest addition to the V series, the V40, will have an announcement for the upcoming handset on October 3 in which it will introduce the V40 ThinQ with Five Cameras. The event, to be held at New York, will be expected to provide the public with an actual release date. The LG V40 ThinQ will be the third V-series device with ThinQ branding.

LG V40 ThinQ Smartphone with Five-Camera

The invite’s tagline reads “Take 5. Come and see what’s next” and includes the date and location which is New York City. LG seems to be teasing a new feature, the phone is expected to include a total of five cameras. Additionally, a blog post from the South Korean LG social page shows a second date – October 4. It is slated to happen at the LG Science Park.

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If that happens, the LG V40 might be the first smartphone to have five cameras , two on the front and three on the back. While that combination would be new, those setups aren’t unprecedented. Huawei included a triple-camera system on the P20 Pro, and several other smartphone maker have included dual-camera systems on the front.

As previously announced, it is one of the handsets to have the latest processor from Qualcomm – the Snapdragon 845. If rumor is true, it may contain up to five cameras. We can only dream of the latter since a huge chunk of consumers rely more on mobile photography than DSLR technology.

LG V40 ThinQ Officially Coming on October 3

Most believe the V40 will feature a 6.3-inch notched display with thin bezels that’s powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC. The handset is also expected to come equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a Hi-Fi Quad DAC as well as a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor .LG has tried to set its V-series of phones apart by targeting them at people who are looking to create various types of media.

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Its last V-series phone, the V35 ThinQ, was quickly forgotten after launching in June, and it had few distinctions from LG’s G7, which went on sale around the same time. Now, we’re at least a few months out from LG’s last flagship phone launch, but it’s not clear if LG plans to introduce something hugely different. Expect more news and updates about the smartphone after the event dates.


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1 comment:

  1. But does it still have an OLED screen?
    After seeing it in action on my V30, I can never go back.

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