This is our best look yet at LG's unreleased V40 ThinQ

LG V40 ThinQ leaked image

LG V40 ThinQ leaked image

LG will unveil its next smartphone on 3 October in NY, with confirmation that it is the LG V40 ThinQ already revealed ahead of time. Not only that, the company has also chose to acknowledge one of the phone's main feature: five cameras.

As well as the rear cameras, the front is said to have a dual-lens set-up that could offer facial recognition. A leaked render of the phone shows off three sensors on the back, and a pair up front housed in a notch. We say it was not a coincidence because today, LG itself is teasing the phone, and some of its other features.

We have no idea when the LG V40 ThinQ will hit stores or how much it'll cost, but we'll soon find out. The light sensor and laser sensor are hidden. The LG G7 also had a dedicated Assistant button, and seeing as how the company is all about AI these days, it wouldn't be too far-fetched to assume that this hardware feature is going to become a mainstay in its flagship smartphones.

LG also confirmed the phone will have a 6.4-inch display and that it will initially be available in three colors: New Platinum Grey, Moroccan Blue, and Carmine Red.

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However, LG didn't provide any details regarding the specifications on these cameras.

The new phone will be unveiled globally on October 3 in NY.

LG Uplus, South Korea's third largest mobile carrier, has added Google Assistant to its Internet Protocol TV service set-top box. LG is emphasizing on the finish of the device (as seen in the video below), trying to convey a silky sensorial experience when holding the LG V40. The flagship phone will be unveiled in NY on October 3, as well as on October 4 in Seoul.

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