LG launched the G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ in May this year. Following these launches, rumors about a new LG flagship phone began to circle. This device is LG V40 ThinQ, which became the code name Storm.
A report in MySmartPrice shows that the company could infact be ready for the launch of the LG V40 ThinQ. The report shows what appears to be clearly pressed on the device.
The device appears to be packed with all the design and specific features that have trending. We can see that the phone has a notched display and is expected to come with a P-OLED screen with slightly curved edges.
The phone is also speculated to provide the ability to hide the chopping with the black bars.
The box appears to house two cameras, and according to the report there is also an earplug.
The black color variant on the phone is shown and has a glass back that has a mirrored finish.
The back of the phone shows us the horizontally adjusted triple camera setup with a fingerprint sensor beneath it and a flash on the right side. The fingerprint sensor is shown to be in a circular pattern, in line with previous LG devices.
On the outer bottom is the company's name.
There have been no information about the camera's resolution yet.
The power button appears to be on the right side of the frame along with the SIM card slot. The volume keys and a "dedicated hardware key" can be seen as placed on the left side. The bottom frame has a speaker, a microphone, a USB Type-C port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Former rumors claimed that the LG V40 could be equipped with five cameras that were shown through a nice photo, it also assumed to be powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC and expected to come together with 4GB or 6GB of RAM .
Also A video that did not show complete design of the phone, suggested that the phone can come with a close-fitting design without a chin.
According to the report, the phone is expected to launch on November 16, but there is no public announcement on it yet.
Along with the question of when is the phone's official launch and what is the price of the phone, there is still a question left, what happens to these phone names!