LG just made the V40 ThinQ official in Korea (via Phandroid). The announcement confirms a five-camera handset, with three cameras mounted on its rear and two on the front, just as we’ve seen previously in in the leaks.
The announcement confirms that the device will have a slightly larger 6.4-inch screen than last year’s model, and will be available in red, blue and gray. A rear-mounted fingerprint scanner can also be seen in LG’s teaser trailer that matches earlier leaks. Although LG doesn’t show the V40’s front, previous leaks, that have now proven to be accurate, revealed an edge-to-edge notched display.
Otherwise, the V40 looks a lot like its V30 predecessor with a couple of design touches from this year’s G7. Reports suggest the handset will include a Snapdragon 845, a Quad DAC, and a dedicated button to activate Google Assistant. But we’ll have to wait until the phone’s official launch on October 3 for official confirmation.
Source: The Verge