"As for screen size, 6.4" is plenty of room for viewing images and LG says that the 4.5 million pixels delivered by the OLED display is the most of any QHD+ smartphone on the market today.
He like the super wide angle but found the edges of the shots to be blurry. LG, once a well known name in the smartphone segment, has lost to Chinese smartphone makers OnePlus and Huawei, in the premium segment and with V40 ThinQ, it is trying to salvage its position as a technology innovator. The device is equipped with a glass front and back that includes a little notch at the top of the front display for housing some sensors and the front-facing camera.
In-camera department, LG V40 ThinQ has got a triple 12-megapixel standard, 16-megapixel wide-angle f/1.9 (107 degrees), and 12-megapixel telephoto f/2.2 triple rear cameras. The smartphone comes with a triple camera setup at the back of the device and features two cameras in the front. Of course, there's also regular Portrait and Portrait Lightning modes available. With V40 ThinQ, the company is trying to set the two devices apart by adding extra camera sensors that aid in a different kind of photography.
Curious by the camera's ability V40 LG ThinQ was the Cine mode Shot. When the shutter button is pressed, a photo is taken with all three cameras and users can then select their favorite. You can see a full breakdown of what carriers will be charging below.
According to a first review by The Verge, the function will be more of a nice gimmick than something really useful, since the shots are not taken at the same time, but one after the other.
The main camera is reported to sharpen colors too strongly but we won't know for sure how this performs compared to the high-end competition until we can do our own tests. The front of the phone has dual camera set-up with 8MP standard camera of focal length, f1.9 and the wide-angle camera of 5MP with focal length f2.2.
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Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, 3.5mm audio jack, and a USB Type-C port. There's also a dedicated button for Google Assistant and gladly, LG chose to keep the smartphone with 3.5mm jack compatible with 32-bit QuadDAC audio.
The V40 ThinQ is also created to withstand dust and water according to IP68 standards as well as MIL-ST-810G certification.
The phone is the latest from LG to come under the ThinQ moniker, which essentially means it has some AI smarts baked into the software. It'll go on sale October 18th in black or blue and start at around $900, depending on who you buy it from.
The design of the V40 ThinQ is something that LG is proud of, with the company touting its "Silky Blast" process.