Forget dual-lenses! LG launches V40 ThinQ smartphone with FIVE cameras
From the iPhone XS to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, most high-end smartphones now come with a dual-lens rear camera.
But LG has taken things a step further with its latest smartphone, the V40 ThinQ.
The smartphone features a total of five cameras – a triple lens rear camera, as well as a dual-lens front facing camera.
Hwang Jeong-hwan, president to LG Electronics, said: “The LG V40 ThinQ was designed with the main goal to deliver an uncompromised experience for users to create, consume and share high quality content.
“The versatility of the camera and the proven V series platform makes the LG V40 ThinQ a serious option for customers looking for a premium smartphone that does it all.”
The rear camera features a 16MP super wide-angle lens, a 12MP standard lens, and a 12MP telephoto lens.
LG said: “The three lenses allow for shutterbugs to frame different shots without changing position relative to the subject.”
Meanwhile, the front camera features a 5MP wide-angle lens and 8MP standard angle lens, which work together to create bokeh-effect selfies .
Aside from the cameras, the LG V40 ThinQ also has a number of impressive features.
The smartphone sports a 6.4-inch QHD+ OLED FullVision display, with slim bezels making room for a larger screen.
In terms of sound, the smartphone features a Boombox Speaker, which doubles the bass of conventional smartphone speakers, by using the internal space of the device as a resonance chamber.
Users can choose from four colour options – Aurora Black, Platinum Gray, Moroccan Blue or eye-catching Carmine Red.
Launch dates and pricing are yet to be announced.