While we are still trying to treat all that came as part of today's flood of Pixel 3 XL leaks, new images of LG's next flagship have been turned online. That's what LG V40 ThinQ probably looks like.
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MySmartPrice today announced new versions of LG V40ThinQ that match previous reports. As we saw in a June report, the V40 ThinQ is pictured here with three cameras on the back. The same report mentioned that two cameras would also be up, and while it's hard to see, this picture matches that requirement. On the back of the phone you also have a fingerprint sensor and LED flash.
The front screen takes up most of the property. A July report mentioned a ratio of screen and body of around 90%, and this image supports it for sure. The sleeves here are noticeably thinner than the LG V30 / V35, but as G7 ThinQ, it's a notch upward. In these pictures, this hack is hidden through the software, so we can not say for sure how big the top edge is or how big the hacks are.
Lastly, this latest report mentions a potential release date for this phone. Apparently it may come in November, especially with a start date the 16th of the month. It is mainly based on the date on the device display as, while a pattern throughout the industry, definitely needs to be taken with a large salt grains.
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