We know what the LG V40 ThinQ will look like, but the firm has yet to divulge all of the details about its upcoming phone. While we wait, newly leaked information about its cameras has arrived, giving us a better picture of what to expect.
LG has been hyping the idea that its phone will offer five cameras, with three on the rear and two on the front. Thanks to Evan Blass, who has an excellent track record when it comes to revealing information about devices before its release, we know that the three on the rear will consist of a standard, super wide angle, and telephoto lens. The front-facing camera will utilize a standard and wide angle. The latter setup is nothing new, as the firm has used it before on its V10 from years ago.
As for other features, it looks like the phone will have the ability to shoot cinemagraphs. You can see an example of the feature in the YouTube clip above. It's hard to say whether there is interest in this phone, regardless, the announcement about it will be coming later this week.