Leaked 3D images of LG V40 reveal large and near bezel-less display

first_imgLast week we got a clearer picture of LG’s upcoming flagship device LG V40 ThinQ owing to the leaked press renders. The leaked images divulged details about the phone’s display and the triple camera setup. And now, just days after the first clear leak, we have a new set of renders, including a 360-degree video, which gives us a detailed view of the company’s upcoming smartphone.According to a report by OnLeaks and Slashleaks, V40 ThinQ sports a 6.3-inch display, which is 0.3 inches larger than its predecessors– LG V30 ThinQ and LG V35 ThinQ. The phone reportedly measures 158.8 x 75.8 x 7.8 mm and has a 8.2mm camera bump at the back. If these details are to be believed, the device could be one of the largest phones in LG’s portfolio owing to its larger display and bigger dimensions.Furthermore, if the leaked renders, which are based on CAD blueprints, are to believed, LG V40 ThinQ, just like the company’s recent launches, will feature a button dedicated for Google Assistant on the left side of the phone just below the volume control keys. The power button, on the other hand, will be placed on the right side of the phone.The upcoming flagship device will also come with a 3.5mm jack for the audiophiles and it will have a speaker at the bottom of the device. Other than that, V40 ThinQ sports a notch on the top along with two front facing camera sensors-a detail which is in line with the previous leaks. At the back, the triple camera setup is stacked neatly on the top along with the LED flash. The fingerprint sensor is placed below the camera setup and above the V40 ThinQ branding-all of which seems to corroborate the previous leaks.advertisementALSO READ: LG may launch V40 ThinQ with triple camera setup, notch on November 16While at this point, not much is known about the specifications, V40 ThinQ, just like most premium budget smartphones launched this year, is likely to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and sport 6GB or 8GB RAM. It could sport a P-OLED display and run on Android 9 Pie. The company is likely to unveil the phone on November 16, 2018.last_img

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