Published: Thu, October 04, 2018
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

More details revealed about the cameras found on the LG V40 ThinQ

More details revealed about the cameras found on the LG V40 ThinQ

Now, ahead of the phone's official launch, Evan Blass has shared LG V40 ThinQ's renders through Twitter, which showcases the phone's design and the placements of its five camera sensors. Do note that the V40 is the first LG smartphone or even the first flagship grade smartphone to offer up to 5 cameras.

We should know the pricing and availability details of the LG V40 ThinQ two days later, on October 3.

The phone that the LG V40 ThinQ supersedes, the LG V30, only had one lens on the front which meant that it missed out on the super-wide-angle goodness that the LG V10 had. Earlier leak suggests that the camera could comprise a 16MP primary sensor, a 12MP super wide-angle lens and an 8MP telephoto zoom lens.

HDBlog, a medium of Italian origin, mentions the informal or unofficial confirmation that Italy and other European countries would be outside the global distribution of the next LG V40 ThinQ. Last bottom sensor will be a conventional sensor, which will be used to achieve regular photos and this will be the sensor that will be used to record 4K videos, probably with OIS.

Blass claims the dual front-facing camera setup will be made up of a standard and a wide-angle lens. According to the leak, the LG V40 will have a standard shooter, a wide-angle shooter and a telephoto unit on the rear, while on the front, the phone will have a regular and wide-angle camera.

The smartphone is likely to have a 3000 mAh Li-ion battery with support for fast charging via USB type C and wireless charging.

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