The LG V40 ThinQ and it’s Five Camera Lenses

LG V40 ThinQ

949.00
8.9

Build Quality

9.0/10

Display

9.5/10

Performance

9.5/10

Battery

8.0/10

Price

8.5/10

Pros

  • Crisp, Vibrant AMOLED Display
  • Excellent Performance from SD 845 and 6GB RAM
  • All Three Cameras on back are Useful
  • 32-Bit Quad DAC Hi-Fi Audio

Cons

  • 3300mph battery should be larger

The V40 is the latest and most powerful smartphone LG has released to date. But is that enough to warrant a serious consideration from the shoppers looking to upgrade their devices? 

I have been testing the V40 for three months now, and I’m surprised to find that LG managed to make improvements to it’s V series- even if the upgrades are incremental.

DISPLAY

6.4 ” QHD+ OLED Display
(3120 x 1440, including notch); 538 ppi

MEMORY

64GB internal memory microSD™: supports card up to 2 TB

CAMERA

Rear:12MP Telephoto Zoom 16MP Super Wide-Angle

12MP Standard

Front:5MP Wide 8MP Standard

PROCESSOR:

Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 845

up to 2.8 GHz x 4 + 1.7 GHz x 4 Octa-Core

BATTERY

3,300 mAh Non-Removable

The display is an 6.4 inch OLED with resolutions up to 3120×1440,and it’s HDR10 certified . The display’s ratio comes in at 19:5:9. It’s an awesome display, with deep blacks, pure whites and beautiful,vivid colors. 

What say ye, of the triad of camera lenses on thee backside of thy V40 ThinQ? They’re pretty neat: they have the ability to work in conjunction with one another and separately, and neither of them are useless gimmicks. The 1st main camera is a 12MP 78 degree lens with an f/1.5 aperture OIS (Optimized Image Stabilization) and PDAF (Phase Detection Auto Focus),the 2nd Camera lens is a 16MP, wide angle 107-degree lens with 1-micron and f/1.9 aperture,and the 3rd Camera lens is a 12MP,1-micron, f/2.4, 45-degree lens with 2x optical zoom. But enough geekspeak, let’s look at some sample photos and video below.

 

                                 

We will take a deeper look at the camera and it’s three lens setup later on in the review to see if LG stacks up with another innovative first or useless lenses…

Build Quality

Conclusion

LG’s V -series has always been a multimedia powerhouse, and LG has made all of the necessary adjustments and upgrades to keep the V-40 in the premium smartphone best-of club. The Only real concern is if the 3300 battery is enough to last you a day.

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