The V series is to LG what Note series is to Samsung and Mate series is to Huawei. It’s s line of premium phones upgraded further than its flagship G line. Even though LG G7 ThinQ was released earlier this year, the company has announced yet another premium offering with much-upgraded specs, LG V 40 ThinQ.
Though you may similar specs in other phones, the V40 tries to stand out of the crowd with its five cameras. Yes, five cameras!. The phone packs a triple camera setup on its rear while a dual cam for selfie lovers as earlier reported in the leaks.
The design language of the phone is the same as G7 ThinQ and much like it, the LG V40 ThinQ features AI camera features that assist you in taking much better photos. It also has built-in Google Lens support as well as a dedicated Google Assistant button.
Like all the other flagships of today, LG V 40 ThinQ offers a glass body that sandwiches a metal frame inside, however, despite the glass, the phone does not attract as many fingerprints as glass body should, because of its unique finish.
Under the hood, it packs the latest Snapdragon 845 supported by 6GB RAM and 64GB ROM that can be extended via microSD card. The device is fitted with a 6.4-inch OLED panel with QHD+ resolution and HDR10 support and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
A 3300mAh battery juices up the device which company claims would last just 10% less that of the Galaxy Note 9’s 4000mAh.
The V40 ThinQ staring price is $900 and would hit the shelves as from October 18 in Aurora Black (polished finish) and Moroccan Blue (sandblasted).