Published: Fri, September 28, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Kristin Zimmerman

LG Confirms The Five Cameras On V40 ThinQ

LG Confirms The Five Cameras On V40 ThinQ

Ahead of the October 4th official announcement in New York, LG has just made quite a few announcements about the LG V40 on their Korean Social blog. And to put an end to all the leaks, LG Korea today confirmed the V40 ThinQ, giving us our first, official look at the device.

LG has sent out media invites for the unveiling of V40 ThinQ in the form of a 10-second animation that highlights its camera feature. LG has now released a new teaser video to reveal the design of the upcoming V40 ThinQ from all sides.

That triple lens camera should be the star of the show with AI smarts which may also work with the front facing camera which is a dual lens system. 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. This method should also prevent scratches, LG says. Below that is the fingerprint reader, and then the V40 ThinQ and LG logos to finish things out.

Earlier this month, LG teased the camera features of the phone. It's suspected that the cameras will include a wide lens and a super wide-angle option, while the third sensor may be either a telephoto lens with an optical zoom, a monochrome sensor, or a depth sensor.

New leaked renders of the LG V40 ThinQ have appeared thanks to Evan Blass.

What LG did reveal is that the handset will feature slimmer bezels than its predecessor and will have a larger 6.4-inch display.

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