LG V40: five cameras, 3D face scan and launch in October, according to a Korean media

LG V40: five cameras, 3D face scan and launch in October, according to a Korean media

In January of this same year, LG assured that they would change their strategy of new launches of flagships with Android , noting that from now on “they would only launch new smartphones when necessary”. Now, LG is on track to launch its fourth high-end phone this 2018, after the,Y.

The LG V40 will probably be the latest high-performance smartphone that the South Korean based in Seoul will present this year, and today we have been able to know new information about him Thank you, from where they point out that the terminal will be ready at the beginning of October.

The LG V40 would be presented in early October

LG V40: five cameras, 3D face scan and launch in October, according to a Korean media

As indicated by an insider, the LG V40 ThinQ – yes, the last name ThinQ will still be present – would be released to stores in early October , instead of the end of August like the previous V30. The first rumors point to day 5 as the possible day chosen by the brand to launch its phone in stores. As for the presentation event, it would be held in mid-September, halfway between the presentation of the Galaxy Note9 and the next generation of Apple’s iPhone, dedicating an exclusive event for its new reference phone.

On the other hand, it is indicated that the V40 will mount a photographic system formed by no less than five cameras. Three of them, 20, 16 and 13 megapixels will be in the back , and according to the information that is collected in ETNews two of the sensors would be super wide-angle and super telephoto respectively.

Meanwhile, the two front sensors will be dedicated, in addition to capturing photographs and videos, to be used as a method of unlocking through a 3D facial scanning system, similar to that mounted terminals such as the iPhone X or OPPO Find X.

Finally, LG seems to intend to include in its new terminal star an OLED screen that will occupy more than 90% of the front, although there will be a notch in its upper part dedicated to housing the front sensors and the loudspeaker.

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