LG V40 ThinQ renders reveal its five-camera design; V45 to be first 5G LG Phone

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

LG has so far released LG V30S ThinQ, G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ and the company is now prepping on the launch of its next V-series phone – the LG V40 ThinQ. Fresh information reveals that the South Korean company will be releasing the LG V40 ThinQ in the market after the Apple debut its new iPhones. Fresh renders of the smartphone have surfaced to reveal its design.


The LG V40 ThinQ renders reveal that it is fitted with a notched display. However, the black bars present on the either side of the notch suggests that the phone will come with an option to hide it. The notch of the V40 ThinQ is equipped with dual selfie cameras, an earpiece and some other sensors.

Moving to the glass rear of the LG V40 ThinQ, it feature horizontally arranged triple rear cameras and a fingerprint scanner. An LED flash is placed on the right side of the triple camera system. The bottom edge of the V40 ThinQ features a 3.5mm audio jack, a USB-C port and an external speaker. The left side of the phone features volume up and down buttons followed by a dedicated key for accessing Google Assistant. Its right edge is equipped with a power key and SIM card tray.

The renders leak did not reveal any information on it specifications. It is speculated that it would be featuring a P-OLED screen, Snapdragon 845 SoC, Android 9 Pie OS and quad-DAC.


According to a South Korean publication, the G7 ThinQ smartphone has encountered lackluster sales as the company could sell only half the number of 3 million internal sales goal. It is speculated that LG is readying 500,000 units of V40 ThinQ for the initial sale. The smartphone may hit the market in the first week of October or the 10th of the same month.

The publication has also claimed that LG is working on the LG V45 to launch its first 5G smartphone in 2019. The handset may borrow specs from G7 ThinQ and V40 ThinQ in a bid to reduce expenses. The V45 ThinQ may feature the same display panel and camera modules that are arriving on the upcoming V40 ThinQ.

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The report also claims that LG was working two flagship phones with Phoenix and Falcon codenames. Among the two, Falcon phone is said to be inferior than Phoenix. Since LG reportedly failed to convince carriers to sell the Falcon model, the company sold it to Google. The Pixel 3 XL that has appeared in the recent leaks could be the Falcon phone made by LG.

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