On May 2, LG will be releasing the LG G7 ThinQ mobile phone. Just recently, it was reported that the South Korean business is likewise dealing with a mobile phone called LG V35 ThinQ. Important info on the specs of the V35 ThinQ have actually currently appeared in the current past. Today, popular tipster Evan Blass has actually declared that there will be another V-series mobile phone this year and it will be called LG V40 He has actually likewise exposed that the V40 phone is codenamed as Storm.
V35 ThinQ (Emma) is getting here around the very same time as G7 ThinQ (Neo/Judy), while V40 ThinQ (Storm) is the late summer season/ early fall flagship. https://t.co/dDLeTYwKEf
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 20, 2018
Blass has actually not exposed any info on the specs of the LG V40 It is hypothesized that it might be getting here as a follower for the LG V30 phone from last year. The LG V30 S ThinQ that was released in February can not be called as the follower of V30 as both the phones bring comparable specifications.
The tipster has actually specified that the LG V40 will be revealed by late summer season or early fall this year. This recommend that the LG V40 might debut at the end of August or early September most likely through IFA 2018 tech trade convention in Berlin, Germany.
He is of the view that the LG V35 ThinQ that is codenamed as Emma will debut around the very same time as G7 ThinQ. The LG V40 is most likely to be loaded with flagship specifications and it might include the Snapdragon845 The phone might sport an iPhone X-like notched screen.
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The V35 ThinQ is reported to get here with an 18:9 element ratio supporting 6-inch OLED screen. It will be geared up with 16- megapixel double rear video cameras that will bring some AI abilities. It is likewise anticipated to function 32- bit ESS Sabre 9228 quad DAC. There is no info offered on its chipset and RAM. The rates information of the V35 ThinQ are still under the covers.