Just a few days ago, we got our first look at LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the LG V40 ThinQ. Now, notable leaker OnLeaks has teamed up with Slashleaks to bring us even more high-quality V40 renders.
If you saw the original V40 leak last week, there isn’t a ton of new information to gather from these renders. But who doesn’t want to see some leaked eye candy from an unannounced phone?
The V40 ThinQ, as you can see, is sort of an amalgamation of the recent V35 ThinQ and G7 ThinQ. It’ll supposedly come with an all-glass design, a big 6.3-inch screen (complete with a notch at the top), and will measure approximately 158.8 x 75.8 x 7.8–8.2mm. These renders and dimensions are based on factory CAD images, so we wouldn’t be surprised if they’re spot on.
Take a look at the design video attached above. The video gives us a much better look at the triple-camera setup on the back, as well as the USB Type-C port, bottom-firing speaker grill, and headphone jack. We can also see an extra button below the volume keys that will likely be used to launch Google Assistant.
Rumor has it LG will launch the V40 ThinQ sometime in September, with the device going on sale as early as October 5 in some regions. Be sure to check out the full leak on Slashleaks for more high-quality renders, and read our rumor roundup article for even more information about the upcoming flagship.
Are you liking the V40 ThinQ so far?