Flagship Smartphone LG V40 ThinQ fresh renders revealed on the network
As expected, LG has not completed the V-series this year. LG V35 ThinQ, as the numbering indicates, is not yet the flagship of V-series in 2018. LG V40 ThinQ, probably also a ThinQ smartphone, can still debut in a few days at the IFA. But if this latest version of LG’s premium phone is a sign, you may have to put aside some of your expectations about what the V-series is, or at least you’ll have a giant screen.
These renderers come through a dense mouthpiece from @OnLeaks, in cooperation with /Leaks (Slashleaks). This gives an idea of accuracy and at least confirms the tail design, the recently leaked by MySmartPrice. And that does not like or like some fans of the series.
Yes, this time there is a notch screen, unlike the LG V35 ThinQ, which offers an option for notch haters against the LG G7 ThinQ. In return for this label, the V40 can currently offer users the largest LG screen, 6.3 inches diagonal. Not Galaxy Note 9 is great, but still great for LG. Nevertheless, the smartphone with 158.8 x 75.8 x 7.8 mm compared to LG V35 ThinQ 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3 mm should be slightly larger than its next predecessor.
Noteworthy are also the three chambers on the back, which run along the road that Huawei has so far passed alone. Unlike the Huawei P20 Pro, LG decided to keep the cameras in the middle in a horizontal orientation. While he’s trying to make the design symmetrical, it’s still weird.
There is still no estimated date for LG V40 and a few words about its features. Given that the V35 has already been updated a bit by the G7, it remains to be seen how LG will sell this smartphone, or whether it has functions other than the screen, which differ from those of the G-series.