LG is set to fully uncover their latest V40 ThinQ handset on October 3 but the company is pretty much excited to talk about it and just gave us a first glimpse of company’s full-featured high-end device.
While LG hasn’t disclosed any details about the handset yet, the South Korean giant is open enough to spill some beans highlighting the V40 ThinQ’s slimmer bezels, its trusty processor and a large 6.4-inch display.
In addition to that, the V40 ThinQ is built with a metal frame sandwiched by a full glass sheet on the front and back. While the back is glass, LG applied a meticulous and complex process using a nanometer unit then sand blasted to achieve a soft-touch with a silky feel on its surface for a better grip.
But the most prominent feature on the upcoming V40 ThinQ is about imaging. The V40 ThinQ will be LG’s first device to sport not just two or three cameras but for the first time ever, a total of five cameras with a triple camera module on the back with one of them having a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens and a regular FOV and a dual sensor on the front.
LG will make the V40 ThinQ available in three color options including a premium and sophisticated New Platinum Gray, then there’s Morokan Blue and finally a Carmine Red color variant that exudes elegance and depth.
Like we’ve mentioned above, the LG V40 ThinQ will be fully unveiled next week together with its full specifications and hopefully its price and availability.