LG is reportedly working on the next-generation of its flagship device, the LG V40 ThinQ. The smartphone has been subjected to various leaks in the past and the latest reveals some interesting deals of the device.
According to a report by ET News, LG is reportedly gearing up to launch the V40 in September this year. The report highlights that the brand will release the smartphone in early October. To recall, LG introduced LG V30 at the IFA 2017 in August last year. This could mean that the company might skip the IFA 2018 event and announce the LG V40 ThinQ in September.
The report also shed some light on somekey specifications of the new smartphone. To start with, LG V40 ThinQ will feature triple cameras on the rear panel. The setup is expected to include 20-megapixel, 16-megapixel and 13-megapixel sensors. The report adds that this is could the first smartphone that will come with both super wide-angle lens and a super-telephoto lens. The report further mentions that the smartphone will come loaded with dual front cameras. This makes a total count of fives cameras, which will be a first of its kind.
Moving on, the dual front cameras will be utilised for 3D face scanning and the working will be similar to what we have seen in Apple iPhone X and recently on Oppo Find X and Xiaomi Mi 8. Further, the phone is expected to feature an OLED screen with a notched display, however, the screen-to-body ratio will be more than 90 per cent.
The upcoming LG V40 ThinQ a direct follower to the V30 which was launched last year will follow the LG V30S ThinQ when it comes to LG’s V-series. The V30S ThinQ was launched in February this year and came with the first of its kind AI technology suite that packed the company’s QLens, AI Cam, Voice AI and Vision AI. The device was launched with a particular focus on voice and camera recognition that changes according to the usage, needs and behaviour of its user.