LG V40 ThinQ leak shows off triple cameras and G7-style notch
LG is finally making showing signs it will move on from the LG V30. The smartphone maker made two itterative releases to the V30 since the phone launched in late 2017.
The V40 ThinQ is the device LG is moving on to in its V-series flagships. A leaked render of the phone shows off three sensors on the back, and a pair up front housed in a notch. Thats five cameras all together with a design language inherited from the V30.
The images posted by MySmartPrice show a phone that looks at first glance like the V30. Look closer, and you’ll see there’s a screen notch obscured by black bars, which is an option on LG’s phones. The shape and size of the notch are similar to the G7, but there are two front-facing cameras in it. This may have something to do with face unlock. There’s still a bit of bezel at the top of the phone along with a chin at the bottom.
The back is where things get wild. As weposted previously, the V40 will have a three-camera setup. We cannot say from the images what all the cameras will do, but it’s a safe bet there will be one standard camera and one wide-angle sensor. The other could be telephoto, monochrome, or something else. The leak also notes that the phone could be announced on November 16th, which is a bit later than V-series phones in the past