An image published by Evan Blass, a well-known source of information on new smartphones, shows what the LG V40 ThinQ looks like, a phone the South Korean manufacturer will announce on the coming Wednesday(October 4). And it confirms rumors that surfaced even before the first pictures of the device were published.
According to the Evan Blass image, the V40 ThinQ will have five cameras in total, three on the rear side and two on the front. Although the addition of a second selfie camera could indicate that the cell phone would have some kind of screen locking by facial recognition. Also, as it can be seen in the image a fingerprint sensor also sits on the rear side beneath the triple camera arrangement followed by the V40 ThinQ logo.
The design does not bring about major changes compared to other appliances in the line, keeping the thin edges and notch at the top of the screen. There should also be no major surprises in the specifications, which will likely bring the latest Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with 6 GB of RAM. More information and other details of the V40 ThinQ will be confirmed by LG on the day of the official announcement.
LG V40 ThinQ Specifications :
|Primary Camera||12 MP (f / 1.5, 1.4μm) + 16 MP (f / 1.9, 1.0μm) + 12 MP (f2.4, 1.0μm)|