New Leaks shows LG V40 ThinQ got near a bezel-less screen

Published on August 31, 2018

It is expected from LG that it was not done with the V Series which was launched this year. The LG V35 ThinQ is said to be not the flagship phone of the company. The LG V40 will have a ThinQ branded smartphone which might get the debut at IFA in coming days. This latest renders of the LGs premium phone which is by indication and it might have now to throw out with some expectations about the V series.

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As per the last week leaks about the LG’s upcoming all-new V40 ThunQ flagship, now there is another set of renders about the models. These new renders show that the phone is based on a  3D factory CAD which shows about the three cameras which are present at the rear side and two cameras present on the front side. They back up with the previous reports about the device which would feature about five cameras in total. The new LG V40 ThinQ will be getting the company’s largest display till now. The phone will come with a 6.3-inch screen which has now become about 0.3 inches bigger which is said to be bigger than last year’s LG V30 ThinQ.

The other features, which are shown in the renders includes a near to bezel-less design of the smartphone. The phone has got a slim notch which cutout with the other phones, and it houses two front-facing cameras as well as earpiece speaker. The phone has also got the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner along with a 3.5mm headphone jack. This is the necessity for the Hi-Fi Quad DAC audio which the LG has been seen to including the last few of its flagship smartphones.

The phone will be getting the dimensions of about 158.8 X 75.8 X 7.8 mm which is bigger than the predecessor V35 who have got the dimensions of about 151.7 X 75.4 X 7.3 mm. Till now there is no official announcement from the company about the specs or price or any release date. So we have to wait for a little for now to get the confirmation about all the leaks that are going on around the LG’s new smartphone.

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