The V40 will actually receive 5 cameras.
LG has sent invitations for its event on October 3, which will show the smartphone V40 ThinQ.
In the text of the invitation has the phrase “Take 5”, which says that the V40 will actually receive 5 cameras.
The gadget will get three cameras at the back and two in front. It may seem that LG just follows the trend of adding additional cameras, it is worth noting that the company actually was one of the first who mounted the camera with several modules on a 2015 model V10.
In fact, this phone was first used the two front cameras. But subsequently, the company decided it was better to focus on the primary camera module. Since then, LG used only a front camera, but I guess now it’s returning to its roots.
According to preliminary data, the main camera V40 ThinQ will receive three sensor. The first 12 MP f/1.5, the second at 16 MP with f/1.9 and the third is 12 MP with aperture of f/2.4. Front camera, in turn, will have a double module of 8 MP and 5 MP.
It is also expected that LG ThinQ V40 will be equipped with a 6.4-inch OLED display with a neckline and a resolution of QHD+. For the performance of the smartphone will be responsible Snapdragon 845 and 6 GB of RAM.