We have already seen some renders that show the LG V40 ThinQ, and now we can add more to it, this time allowing us to take a closer look at the front of the phone and its notch.
The rendering shared by MySmartPrice doesn’t really reveal anything new, but instead highlights the bezels, which are larger than the iPhone XS, although they are small.
However, the notch of the LG V40 ThinQ is smaller, and although it has two camera lenses, this may mean that the camera is not as smart as the TrueDepth camera on Apple phones.
In addition, the renderer again shows the button arrangement on the V40 ThinQ, which may include the power button on the right edge and the volume button on the left, but there is another button below the volume button.
We have speculated in the past that it may be used to launch Google Assistant, but it is not certain yet.
Nothing else is desirable for this image, but previous leaks and rumors suggest that the LG V40 ThinQ will also have three cameras on the back, a back fingerprint scanner and a Snapdragon 845 chipset.
At present, all salt should be taken with a small amount of salt, but none is incredible. LG will announce this phone on October 4, so we will know soon.
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