Review LG V40 ThinQ – The LG V40 ThinQ is a large smartphone that packs a 6.4-inch OLED screen with almost no bezel, leaving a notch and bottom.
LG buried three cameras on the back, one standard lens, one with a zoom lens, and the third with a wide-angle lens each having a resolution of 12MP Standard (78-degree FOV), f / 1.5, 16MP Super-wide (107-degree FOV), f / 1.9, 12MP 2X Zoom (47-degree FOV), f / 2.4.
All three cameras allow users to capture objects not only with detailed quality but also attractive angles. Whereas on the front there are two 8MP + 5MP selfie cameras consisting of a standard and wide-angle lens. Thus, if total LG V40 packs five cameras.
The LG V40 ThinQ chooses to use the Snapdragon 845 chipset that is paired with 6GB RAM. The available memory capacity consists of two choices, 64GB or 128GB. There is also a capacity of 3,300 mAh battery as in the V30 series.
Also, to support for a 3.5mm audio jack that is rarely found on flagship smartphones, LG also uses quad-DAC and Boombox speakers. This speaker utilizes the design of the cellphone by using the full size as space.
There is also a fingerprint sensor on the back, face unlocking, a dedicated Google Assistant button with Lens support, and an IP68 waterproof certificate.