Renders of the new flagship LG V40 appeared on the network: Insider Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known as @OnLeaks, posted a video on which you can see the upcoming flagship of LG-V40. Note that Steve more than once accurately predicted yet unannounced smartphones, and also published information, which was later confirmed.
Renders correspond to previous rumours about the upcoming smartphone of the South Korean company. According to @OnLeaks, new images of LG V40 are based on the latest information and most accurately reflect the appearance of the device.
Features of the LG V40
Externally, the LG V40 does not differ much from the previous smartphones V35 ThinQ and G7 ThinQ, but important changes still exist. Firstly, it is a triple main camera, the V40 will be the first smartphone of the company with three modules, however, reliable information about what exactly this camera is missing. Secondly, on the front panel will also add one more camera module. Uniquely, LG is betting on the photo opportunities of the new flagship, and given the company’s interest in artificial intelligence and augmented reality, the V40 can show more than a decent result.
In the rest, the smartphone looks like a mixture of G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ. From the first, he got thin frames around the display and a small cutout under the sensors from above. And from the second – large dimensions. The leak claims that the LG V40 will have the following parameters: 158.8 x 75.8 x 7.8 mm. This is much larger than any device in the G-series. Due to this size, LG was able to install a large 6.3-inch display, a 3.5 mm connector, a USB Type-C port and an impressive size battery in the smartphone.
LG V40, most likely, will be presented as part of the “ThinQ” line. ThinQ is a new ideology of the company, where great attention is paid to the possibilities of artificial intelligence.
It is likely that we will see the LG V40 very soon, at the IFA 2018 from August 31 to September 5 in Berlin.
Renders of the new flagship LG V40 appeared on the network
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