LG V40 ThinQ goes official with regular, ultra wide and telephoto cameras

03 October 2018
With a 6.4" OLED display, rugged build and LG's traditional audio features, the V40 is ready to take on the competition.

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I hope the V50 will avoid a notch. Apple needs to hurry up and remove notches from their phones too.

  • Anonymous

Aspros, 05 Oct 2018In my experience, LG is the least reliable company. Each a... moreI wouldn't say least. But they had some issues for sure.
However the v30 seemed to really take care of most of it

In my experience, LG is the least reliable company.
Each and every LG i ever owned eventually presented mulfunctions.
The G2 was exceptional, esp its battery, it took my ears to find smth to top it.
To my understanding, they are still haunted by the bootloop bug, started by the G4 generation.
The Vs are great, i really appreciate their poled, but i don't get why they have such a small battery. What a shame...

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 04 Oct 2018For some reason, the 845 devices, even with the same sized ... moreV30 is 6", this one is bigger

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 05 Oct 2018Funny how the lg v30 had one of the best lasting batterys f... moreEven if the efficiency is a little better which it should be it's no excuse. And it was a really pretty light for its size with the v30.
Dont support such ridiculous actions

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 05 Oct 2018Funny how the lg v30 had one of the best lasting batterys f... moreWicked v30, mine got stuck on my skinny jean, I just put the v30 at my back pocket and guest what, it endure while I am sitting down for a long time. No bend. Whohoho. Now V40 is ust the same.

  • Anonymous

dddd, 05 Oct 2018Quick Charge 3.0 ??? laugh. i'll pass until LG catch up wit... moreChinese manufacturers dont have fast wireless charging, even wireless charging, wahaha

  • Anonymous

Funny how the lg v30 had one of the best lasting batterys for its time.. so if this chipset is more efficent it should last longer.. also a smaller battery keeps the overall weighy down.. so will just have to wait for an endurance test imo.. the v30 imo felt so light it was dam stupid.. considering how it had mtd std..

  • Anonymous

AnonD-632062, 04 Oct 2018Both have some advantages over the other, but it's safe to ... moreFactually and objectively the 9plus and note 9 both have more advantages.
They were right. Sure it's a great device, but still falls short, too little too late, and charges way too much. Especially since it only added features that should have been standard in the g6 and v30

  • Anonymous

Still faking mil certification and now excessively over priced even more so than last year because they finally added features they should have had last year.. astounding.
Still a good device but this is getting old and ridiculous.

  • dddd

Quick Charge 3.0 ??? laugh. i'll pass until LG catch up with chinese manufacturers in terms of charging speed.

  • ppopopop

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  • Anonymous

Boot loop LG, I will never buy one again. They didn't even bother to service it, I had to scrap it.

  • Andy

Typical LG phone. Quite promising and full of useful features, headphone jack and expandable storage. But too expensive and with too small battery. Should be at least 4000mah

  • Anonymous

ultrawide, wide and normal. there is no telephoto on smartphones

  • AnonD-632062

The STB (screen-to-body) ratio of the LG V40 ThinQ, is given as 77.1% in the specifications page.

This looks like an obvious error. Hope you could calculate and put in an accurate value.

  • AnonD-632062

Anonymous, 04 Oct 2018I wouldn't say it was awesome. A 3800mA battery could have ... moreBoth have some advantages over the other, but it's safe to say that the LG V40 and the Note9 are the two best (awesome) phones out there and both are a worthy opponents.

While, I would have liked LG to put a larger battery in there, I hope they can replicate (or even improve) the LG V30's battery endurance, which was able to eke out 93 hours from the same 3300 mAh battery.

https://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=8712&idPhone2=8505&idPhone3=9163

  • Anonymous

AnonD-632062, 04 Oct 2018Awesome phone. Well worthy heir to the great V-series and a... moreI wouldn't say it was awesome. A 3800mA battery could have helped. For that money, most would surely pick the Note9. LG really are just kicking the can. They can't compete with Samsung, and it shows.

Wait for 2 months and the price will drop

Vegetaholic, 04 Oct 2018Besides camera things does not looking good, basic stories ... moreWho would ever care for the internal storage, when there's microSD?
The triple camera is the best all-around solution and other manufacturers already seem to follow this setup. LG with its wide angle lens once more showed the right path.
My problem with the V40 is that it's not high-tech enough. I am a quad-DAC addict, but the notch and the absence of a front fingerprint scanner is not good enough for a late 2018 flagship. I'll wait for the G8.