- LG released a video teasing its new LG V40 ThinQ smartphone with a triple-lens camera system.
- The video also teases that the V40 ThinQ has a total of five cameras.
- The video doesn’t reveal the functions of each lens.
- LG will host an event on October 3 to fully reveal the LG V40 ThinQ and its features.
LG’s Korean YouTube channel released a video on Thursday teasing the LG V40 ThinQ: a smartphone that comes with a total of five cameras, compared to the usual two or three.
Here it is:
The LG V40 ThinQ will have a triple camera system on the rear, but a specific scene in the video suggests there will be a total of five cameras, as shown below:
For the rear cameras, one lens will likely have the usual wide angle lens that most smartphones come with, and another is likely to come with an ultra-wide angle lens that’s become a signature feature on LG phones. The video doesn’t reveal what feature the third lens will have.
To find out, we’ll have to see what LG shows us during its October 3 event.