It was about a year ago that LG debuted its V30 handset to the world. The phone ushered in a new age for the company, with a design that looked more sleek, utilizing premium materials like glass and metal. While there hasn't been much information up until now, it looks like new renders of LG's upcoming and unannounced V-series handset have been leaked.
The new images come courtesy of MySmartPrice, and are, according to the website, official press renders of the unannounced LG V40 ThinQ. If you take a quick glance, the handset looks quite similar to the V30, but there are some notable differences.
First and foremost, it looks like LG will be bringing the display notch to the V40. This isn't the first time we have seen a notch on an LG phone and it most likely won't be the last. Where you'll find the real difference is in the rear, as the latest handset looks to offer three camera sensors. LG will most likely go with a standard lens plus a wide-angle lens, but what purpose the third lens has is currently a mystery. If LG is looking to follow in the footsteps of its competitors, the third one could be a telephoto lens.
As for the rest of the phone, you can see for yourself in the second image provided, as it doesn't look like much will change. It will have a volume rocker, power button, Google Assistant Key, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port. While this all looks interesting, according to the information received, the phone could be a ways off, with a scheduled launch date of November 16. Naturally, the renders could be different from the real deal and the date could also be moved up or pushed back. Hopefully, this phone will arrive sooner than later.
Source: MySmartPrice via Android Police
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