LG V40 ThinQ official teaser shows the phone from all angles
HMD Global and LG will be the first to introduce new devices on October 4, and although we don't yet know what the former plans to launch next month, we know for sure the LG will unveil the V40 ThinQ.
A couple of press renders showing the phone and much of the specs have already leaked online, which probably made LG release the first V40 ThinQ teaser a bit earlier than we expected. Unlike some smartphone companies that avoid showing their device's final design, LG doesn't have any issues with that.
The video teaser shows the phone from almost all angles and confirms the LG V40 ThinQ will include five cameras – three on the back and two in the front. The South Korean company is still keeping some information under wraps, such as the resolution and how they function.
Aside from the three cameras on the back, we can also see that there's a fingerprint sensor below, while the LED flash is positioned to the right of the camera bump. The press release published today by LG also mentions the smartphone will boast a 6.4-inch display, and that it will be available in three colors: Carmine Red, Moroccan Blue, and Platinum Gray.