LG V40 ThinQ: The device is officially launching on October 3

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LG is going to launch the LG V40 ThinQ on October 3. The news has come up courtesy of a new teaser video uploaded by the company on its official website.

The launch date is scheduled for New York followed by the launch in Seoul, South Korea on October 4.

The video also solidifies the earlier rumors which claimed that the LG V40 ThinQ will feature a triple camera setup at the back. Talking more about the cameras, the device is also tipped to feature a dual camera setup at the front as well.

The LG V40 ThinQ recently made it to the NRR certification and the FCC certification which pointed out to a nearby launch, but we never thought that the company would be this fast to make things official.

As far as the specifications are concerned, the LG V40 ThinQ sports a notched display (though the notch is not clearly visible and takes a lot of attention to get noticed). The display is going to be a Quad HD+ unit. At the bottom, there is a pretty small chin which looks incredible. LG has pulled off a good looking device here for sure.

lg v40 thinQ wallpapers

The cameras of the device are going to be the prime highlight of the LG V40 ThinQ, we are going to get a triple camera setup at the back (a primary unit + a wide aperture lens + a telephoto lens), the resolution of which is not revealed as of now. At the front, we are going to get a dual camera setup.

lg v40 thinQ full features

Unlike the earlier flagships by the company, the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner is not going to double as the power button and we are going to get a dedicated power button on the right side of the device. On the left, we find the dedicated Google Assistant button along with the volume rocker.

As of now, there is no word on the price of the device, but we can certainly expect the company to reveal that pretty soon now.

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