Prolific leaker OnLeaks recently has shared early renders of the upcoming LG V40 ThinQ smartphone, and it looks like a doozy. Among the highlights of the upcoming high-end device are the triple cameras on its back, as well as a larger screen compared to its predecessors.
From the render which was based on factory CAD measurements, the new V40 will apparently feature a 6.3-inch display, which sits between the Galaxy S9+ and the Note 9. The new screen also means that the phone will be larger than the V30.
As of now, specific details regarding the three rear cameras are not yet know for the time being but nevertheless, we can expect LG to maintain its signature wide-angle lens alongside the main sensor. It is also possible that we may see the first telephoto sensor on an LG with the V40.
Since this is a V-series device, we should be getting good audio quality as well. The presence of the 3.5mm audio jack should bodes well for audiophiles, as LG has traditionally fitted its G and V series devices with DAC and audio amplifier to deliver enhanced audio quality on them.
Based on existing rumors, the phone apparently will be launched sometime in October. With that, we will keep you posted once you hear more juicy details regarding LG V40 ThinQ in the near future.