The last time we saw the LG V40 ThinQ, it was leaking out and confirming that the upcoming handset would boast a trio of cameras on its back.
LG wants to start IFA 2018 off with a bang, and that process includes announcing a pair of new smartphones even before the trade event even starts.
Word on the street has been that LG is planning on equipping its next flagship smartphone with five cameras in total, and the most recent leak suggests that will indeed be the case.
LG has a new smartphone on the market, a luxury version of the V35 ThinQ that launched not too long ago.
It is beginning to sound like LG is working on unveiling the followup to the LG V35 ThinQ in just a couple of months.
Smartphone companies are working diligently to put as many cameras in their smartphones as possible, with Huawei leading the charge with three cameras on the back of the P20 Pro.
LG today unveiled the V35 ThinQ, a slight refresh to its V30 from last year. The handset features the same design as the V30 but comes with faster internals and an improved camera along with more AI features.
LG is certainly no stranger to mid-range smartphones, and its bolstering its lineup with a trio of new devices.
As is par for the course with most major new device announcements, the wireless carriers in the United States go about their business announcing support and launch dates.
After months of leaks, LG has unveiled its next flagship handset: the G7 ThinQ. The handset is based on the V30 from last year, but LG has improved it in every key aspect to ensure it remains competitive with smartphones released in 2018. But has LG reintroduced the IR blaster on the G7?