LG has introduced the appearance of its flagship smartphone V40 ThinQ with five cameras, which are planning to present to the public on 3 October.
Blogger Evan Blass published the gadget, which you can see three main and two front camera, writes The Verge.
Like last year V30, which looked like a bigger G6, V40 ThinQ has a strong resemblance to G7 ThinQ, released earlier this year. As seen in the image, V40 ThinQ will receive the display with a neckline that will be largely hidden by the status bar.
New LG smartphone will receive the Snapdragon 845 with a clock frequency of 1.77 GHz and 6 GB of RAM. Also according to rumors, the novelty will have another version with 8 GB of RAM. The novelty should equip with a 6.4-inch QHD+ OLED display with a cutout and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
Also, the gadget will receive a special button Google Assistant on the side and a fingerprint scanner on the rear panel. The biggest difference from the G7, it seems, is the larger 6.3-inch screen with three cameras on the rear panel.
This system 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.
Also, recall that on 25 September, the network appeared the image and characteristics of the first mobile game Black Shark 2 from the Chinese company Xiaomi Corporation.