Previous reports have pointed out the existence of LG V40 ThinQ. The South Korean company is said to be planning the launch of LG V35 ThinQ successor in the month of October. The alleged smartphone is now up in press render images showcasing the design in full glory.
The alleged Black color variant of LG V40 ThinQ press render images leaked by MySmartPrice showcase the device from all angles. As per images, the V40 ThinQ will boasts of a triple-camera setup on its rear and a notch display (which appears disabled in the image). There is a possibility that LG might get an option to hide the notch, similar to the current flagship LG G7+ ThinQ. It is also suggested that the V40 ThinQ might feature a P-OLED screen.
The handset appears to sport a glass back with mirror finish, while the front can be seen with a thin chin and curved edges, bezels like Samsung’s flagship phones. The power button and SIM card slot can be seen on the right edge of the device in images. It gets a dedicated hardware key (expected to be hardware triggering option of Google Assistant) along with the volume keys on the left side. The bottom edge mounts loudspeaker, a microphone, a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
From the alleged LG V40 ThinQ press renders, it’s interesting to note that the date on homescreen is November 16, which makes us speculate that it could be the launch date as well.
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Last month, Korean website ETNews reported the same thing about triple-camera setup. It claimed that the triple-rear camera setup on LG V40 ThinQ will of a 20-megapixel primary sensor tagged alongside 16-megapixel and 13-megapixel secondary sensors. The secondary sensors were further reported to equip a wide-angle and a telephoto lens, respectively. The report has also claimed about the 3D face recognition support like the Apple iPhone X.