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LG V40: All the rumors in one place
There’s an on-going evolution on LG phones, specifically the V-series, and it’s getting better.
Last year, the LG V30 was the greatest shift in the V-series history offering a classy slick glass black, hot chick and very slim bezels, and the most unique pOLED screen designed by LG itself. Now that the brand has nailed an excellent phone, where expecting the predecessors to be even better.
Nowadays, expensive phones are getting less interesting, and cheap phones are picking up the slack. Thankfully, as leaks suggest, LG V40 might not come to a disappointment. In fact, it could be LG’s most powerful yet. Although it may share almost the similar quality as the V35, other specs are greatly improved.
Here is everything we know about LG V40 so far:
Triple Rear Cameras and a Notched Display
Okay, so smartphones with a triple camera and notched display are now a thing and we can do nothing about it.
The triple camera is no problem. In fact, it’s better. LG boasts on their camera with wide-angle lenses, manual control, and more cool photography setups. The notch, on the other hand, may not be that attractive. As we can see from the leaked photos, LG V40 has an option to hide it by using a visible taskbar, at least. Inside the notch are two front-facing cameras and the earpiece for phone calls.
The upcoming phone retained a lot of V30 and V35’s design with minor tweaks. The glass back and metal frame are taken from its ancestors, so as the fingerprint sensor. The screen is likely to use an OLED panel.
It has retained the headphone jack, USB-C Port, and a third hardware button that we can assume placed to open the Google Assistant.
Other Specs are not yet leaked, but we can guess
So far that’s the information for its specs. LG kept the specs quiet but we expect more news will come as we get closer to the release date.
We can make a few guesses and our first guess is that it will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor since this has been the chipset for most 2018 flagships. It is also the best chipset so far to support a good running phone and compliment performance, camera processing, battery life, handle multiple apps at once, and more!
Here’s an easy guess: the V40 will have an awesome camera and speakers just like the G7 ThinQ, and it will have an OLED display with 90% screen-to-body ratio. Reports suggest that the triple camera will have the following lenses: 20MP primary, 16MP wide-angle, and 13MP telephoto sensors. There’s no say about the lenses of the two front cameras, but it may come with a 3D facial recognition system.
Release Date and Price
We’re just a few months away to enjoy this beauty. Actually, less than two months away.
The LG V40 will be launched on October 5 in we don’t know where. But it will be immediately available to the world as soon as launched. Because LG is not like other brands which delay the shipping to other countries.
It will cost around $900 to $1,000 same as other flagships that will be released on the same quarter. The V-series was never cheap, and the V40 won’t be an exemption.
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