The camera is also the real star of the LG V40 and marks the biggest difference between this and the LG G7. You probably won't be using those as often as the rear cameras for your serious photography, but portrait mode on the front-facing cameras makes ideal sense. The device is extremely photography-focused thanks to its rear triple-camera setup and front dual-camera setup, making for a total of 5 cameras overall. The phone's camera interface is also loaded with selfie lighting and special-effect features, allowing selfie enthusiasts to personalise their photos. This has a f/1.5 aperture and a pixel size of 1.4 micron. LG did not disclose the price of the phone.
On the front, the G7 has a single 8-megapixel wide-angle sensor with an f/1.9 aperture and an 80-degree field of view.
Moments can be seized as they happen from multiple angles, the company said in a press conference held at LG Science Park in western Seoul. There are various other improvements made in the device, which makes it a much better option if you're thinking of getting it. Let's see some more details on it. The 107-degree super wide-angle lens captures subjects with more of the background easily, while the telephoto with 2x optical zoom (or 3.2x the zoom of the wide-angle lens) takes clear shots from distance without a loss in image quality. The new feature is the ability to take a triple Shot which will allow you to create a short video or a GIF with the three images.
The core modules work with the embedded artificial intelligence, and also have the support of Google Lens.
It was only last week that the South Korean company unveiled their LG V40 ThinQ in their home country. The phone also supports around 77.1% screen-to-body ratio and around 537 PPI density. The screen has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection and an always-on display. A Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage are standard. It has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal storage on board along with micro SD card support up to 512 GB.
On the plus side, the V40 ThinQ still includes a 3.5mm headphone jack, for those of you who haven't gone completely wireless, and a USB-C port that makes it easy and quick to charge the device.
The weight of LG V40 is around 169 grams with IP68 rated water and dust resistance for up to 1.5m for 30 minutes.
The pixel size of the main rear camera sensor has been improved by about 40 percent compared to the LG V30, increasing from 1μm to 1.4μm, while the image sensor is more than 18 percent larger than in the LG V30. It comes in New Aurora Black, New Platinum Gray, New Moroccan Blue, and Carmine Red colors. Most U.S. carriers will begin taking pre-orders on October 12th, so if you want to guarantee yourself this Android 8.1-powered phone on launch day, you'll have that chance.