It's a high-end phone and shares most of the specifications with the LG G7 ThinQ that was launched earlier this year. The triple cameras on the V40 ThinQ should be more than enough to handle nearly any situation to take a good photo. Holding the V40 is reminiscent of the G7's shape and aesthetic, but larger: at 6.4 inches versus 6.1 inches, it's a noticeable difference, especially since the bezels are roughly the same size all around. Small notch means you have more space for notifications.
It's a good size. LG has also announced that the V40 ThinQ will have a new built-in camera feature called Cine Shot. It comes in blue and black, but the blue looks almost black in some lighting.
There's no confirmed United Kingdom release date just yet but it's likely that LG will be bringing its photo-obsessed flagship to our shores within the next few months. The phone also features IP68 water and dust resistant technologies and includes a headphone jack as well. A host of other eagerly awaited smartphones are expected to break cover in October, such as the Google Pixel 3, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and the OnePlus 6T.
On paper and in person, the V40 is a top-of-the-line Android phone through and through.
The LG Watch W7 is priced at $450 (approximately Rs 33,000) and will be made available in the USA via Best Buy starting October 14.
So are five cameras the future?
The front cameras include an 8MP standard (F1.9 / 1.12μm / 80°) lens and a 5MP Wide (F2.2 / 1.12μm / 90°) lens. The new member in the company's premium V-series portfolio targets content producers and multimedia enthusiasts. It might sound like overkill, but it's not necessarily about the number of cameras, it's what they are capable of doing that makes a difference. It's a neat trick and hearkens back to LG's past ability to walk the line between consumer and enthusiast features. But a report in July that claims the pixels of these cameras.
Do share your thoughts and opinions on the LG V40 ThinQ in the comments section below. All the three cameras at the back will be able to create it. The newly introduced Triple Preview feature helps you to capture three simultaneous shots from the cameras located on the rear. Are you excited? We sure are! And more fun features too! What you really want to know is about the cameras and just why there are five on board LG's latest smartphone.
The V40 has some stiff competition ahead of it, but my first impressions of it are strong.
In terms of OS, the device runs Android 8.1 Oreo worth the company's custom launcher on top. This manifests in several ways, including the use of a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC and Boombox Speaker tech.
It doesn't come cheap, though. However, the prices will vary depending on mobile carrier.
Pre-orders start October 11 and if you order before October 17 you'll be treated to a 256GB Sandisk microSD card, a DJI OSMOS Mobile 2 Gimbal, and be enrolled into the LG Second Year Promise program.