• LG V40 ThinQ: News, Rumors, Release Date, Specs, and More!

    Android Central (Online) also featured an article about the LG V40. The article claims that the LG V40 is expected to launch on October 5. The phone is supposedly going to have a 90% screen-to-body ratio and a total of five cameras.

    According to an interview with ET News, there is a rumour of the V40 having a total of five cameras but only “three of these will be on the back of the phone and consist of 20MP primary, 16MP wide-angle, and 13MP telephoto sensors. The remaining two cameras will be on the front and allow for a 3D facial recognition system.”

    Android Central (Online)

    July 20, 2018

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  • LG V40 ThinQ to Reportedly Launch in Early October with 90 Percent Screen-to-body Ratio

    Mobile Syrup (Online) featured an article speculating that the LG V40 ThinQ is expected to launch in early October. The V40 ThinQ is rumoured to have a larger screen-to-body ratio.

    According to a report from ET News, “The LG V40 ThinQ reportedly sports five cameras, three on the rear and two on the front. The two shooters on the front will reportedly assist with 3D facial recognition.” Similar to the LG G7 ThinQ, the LG V40 ThinQ will feature a super-wide angle lens but will also feature super-telephoto lenses and a triple-rear camera setup. “It’s possible LG could take the lead with its own triple-rear camera setup.”

    Mobile Syrup (Online)

    July 20, 2018

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  • LG G7 ThinQ Review

    The Canadian Techie (Online) Tech reviewer Sachin Bahal featured a review of the LG G7 ThinQ as part of the LG-One loaner program.

    In the review, Sachin notes, “With the G7 ThinQ, it’s more a refinement of the G6 rather than a wildly different device. I’ve been using the G7 ThinQ for a few weeks and it’s not the best phone out there but its still a great LG device.” The review outlines the LG G7 ThinQ’s design, hardware, software and camera. The Canadian Techie notes that the battery is on the smaller size, but was able to last all day. In conclusion, “the G7 ThinQ is a solid device, it improves upon the LG G6 but also brings some new features (some of which aren’t that useful and some that are). The G7 ThinQ is a great alternative to the likes of the Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2 or iPhone.”

    The Canadian Techie (Online)

    July 20, 2018

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    DIY Photography (Online) featured an article speculating that LG’s V40 is expected to come equipped with five cameras. The article cites a report in Android Police that claims there will be two cameras on the front of the device, potentially supporting 3D mapping for facial recognition, and three on the rear.

    It states, “As for the three cameras on the back, they will reportedly be something like the ones we’ve seen in the Huawei P20 Pro. The first will have an LG’s signature ultra-wide lens, the second will have a standard wide lens, and the third one “could be a zoom lens, or it could be dedicated to bokeh or depth of field effects,” it’s not quite certain yet.”

    DIY Photography (Online) 

    June 29, 2018

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  • Tech Talk with Marc Saltzman (Clip is available for purchase on Cision)

    Newstalk 1010 (Broadcast) tech journalist Marc Saltzman featured a call out to LG Electronics Canada during his weekly Tech Talk segment, thanking them for their partnership and highlighting several of its award winning products and 2018 flagship smartphone, the LG G7 ThinQ.

    Marc states, “I just want to quickly thank an invaluable partner of mine, and that’s LG. It’s a company with extraordinary products ranging from smartphones like the new G7 with ThinQ technology, to home entertainment gear including the stunning OLED TVs with great soundbars to compliment them.” 

    Newstalk 1010 (Broadcast)

    June 26, 2018

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