LG V40 ThinQ Smartphone with Five Camera Sensors on October 3rd

September 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG will be holding an event on October 3 to launch one of its new smartphones. While LG is trying hard to keep the information sealed, the tech world has already found out enough reasons to believe that the upcoming smartphone will be none other than the LG V40 ThinQ.

The invites of the event are now being delivered across the desks. There’s nothing given out in detail, but what catches the eyes is the wordings on the invite that reads ‘Take 5’. That’s a big hint LG has dropped regarding the camera aspect of the device.

There have already been reports that LG is working upon including massive array of five camera sensors on the V40 ThinQ smartphone. But this won’t be similar to the one of Nokia that bundles five sensors on to the rear-side of its upcoming device. Instead, LG is splitting the camera sensors for the rear and front face of the device.

The rear-face will feature a triple-lens camera system, a first on LG device, while the front-face of the device will have a dual-lens selfie camera system. Regardless of the arrangement, the V40 ThinQ has already gained named for being the first five-lens camera device.

We are not yet sure how LG would be implementing its triple-lens technology. But given the recent results delivered by Huawei with the triple-lens technology on the P20 Pro, the V40 ThinQ definitely seems to deliver the shots on an impressive scale.

Besides, LG is one of the early adopters of the dual-cam technology. So they won’t be just adding a sensor just for the sake of it. As far as the front cam goes, the second sensor might probably be used for depth-sensing to enhance the portrait shots captured through the front-cam.

There is nothing much known about the internal specifications. But we can expect all the flagship hardware bundled inside, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB RAM. We will get to know more in the coming days, with LG set to unveil the device in just over a fortnight from now.

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