LG V40 ThinQ launching with five cameras! Really?

South Korean Giant LG is all set to launch its new flagship device LG V40 ThinQ on October 3. LG is sending invites for its event to be held at New York for the launch of LG V40 ThinQ. The Verge shared invites and mentioned that LG V40 ThinQ might feature three cameras set up in the back. This would be a direct competition to the Huawei P20 Pro. Also, the upcoming Oneplus 6T might feature a triple camera set up in the rear.

Media invites include texts that suggest a triple camera in the rear  A primary camera coupled with a super wide angle and a telephoto sensor. There are reports saying that the front camera will feature a dual sensor. That means a total of five cameras will be there on the LG V40 ThinQ. Rear camera includes sensors with 20-megapixels, 16-megapixel, and 13-megapixel respectively. There is still no confirmation about sensors in the front camera.

LG V40 ThinQ

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Previously there were claims suggesting the LG V40 ThinQ will resemble the G7 ThinQ. That is it would have a large display with the notch on top. We can also get to see a waterdrop notch like the recent trend. However, if there are dual camera sensors on the front, waterdrop notch probably won’t do the job. So there could be a normal notch or camera slider like the Vivo NEX. LG V40 ThinQ is rumored to have more than 90 percent screen to body ratio, we have to see what we get in the display. Whether a waterdrop notch, no notch or a camera slider yo maintain this bezel-less design.

The phone is expected to retain the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Soc. And they cannot even upgrade as no upgrade is available so far. This will support a 6 GB 8 GB of Ram options with the standard 64/128 GB storage options. The powerful LG V40 ThinQ will compete against existing and upcoming flagships like Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Google Pixel 3, Oneplus 6T etc. Oneplus 6T is also launching in the month of October making a great competitive advantage for customers.

Camera sensors and flagships

Triple cameras on the back, Dual camera in the front a flagship CPU with a flagship design, what else do you need in a phone?  Well! LG V40 ThinQ is a perfect flagship but doesn’t forget we also have the Nokia 9 coming on the way. The Nokia 9 is rumored to feature five cameras in the rear itself. LG V40 ThinQ has three plus two as five but the Nokia 9 has five sensors in the rear itself.

Nokia 9 with five cameras

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The new leaked image of Nokia 9 shows five cameras in the back. The Nokia 9 is not too far away from launch and this kind of camera set up will definitely give Nokia a better advantage over other brands. HMD Global has already used ZEISS lens in a few smartphones and now they are coming up with the pental-lens setup. This seems roughly impossible but you cannot deny its Nokia. And if they come up with the five camera phone, this can again bring Nokia to the top.

Also read – Nokia 9 launching with five cameras

Oneplus 6T with triple cameras

Again we have Oneplus 6T launching October 17 with triple rear cameras. There are many rumors regarding Oneplus 6T and the most anticipated is that Oneplus 6T will have a triple camera set up in the rear. This one is also very much possible but there is no confirmed news about the triple camera set up. If there comes a triple camera set up on Oneplus 6T, it will be huge for the smartphone industry, at least for India as this will be the first phone with the triple camera in India.

Read more – Oneplus 6T launching with three cameras and in display fingerprint scanner

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The five camera phone by LG may take LG further in the competition. LG used to be the brand we all loved once and everyone wants LG to see on the top. They launch innovative phones but they lack somewhere in the marketing part. No further information is available about the LG V40 ThinQ and we will keep you updated with the future information.

Stay tuned!!

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