LG V40 ThinQ, 5-camera smartphone, providing an amazing triple shot to capture the same photo from three different angles: Standard, Telephoto Zoom and Super Wide. But the features of the pro-style are not stopping there. You will also get Cine Shot, which partially animates GIFs adding life to photos, as well as capabilities for Artificial Intelligence, such as AI Cam, which suggests the best clicking angles and best effects for your pics and AI Composition, which recognizes up to three people and adjusts composition like a pro. Add Google Lens and Google Assistant to that for quick, easy on-the-go information, and you’ve got one ground-breaking smartphone.
The V40 ThinQ is further enhanced by its clean lines and incredible 6.4 “QHD plus OLED Full Vision display that gives you eye-catching color, stunning contrast and amazing clarity that comes with the Android 8.1 (Oreo) platform, a Qualcomm Snapdragon845 Octa – Core processor and a non – removable 3,300 mAh long – lasting battery.
Lg Thin Q Review
It launched uncomfortably late in India, a little too close to its successor’s outing at MWC, which begs the question of the V40 Thin Q – is it worth considering this 2018 flagship when the new crop of 2019 phones is just around the corner? its a solid package, but maybe look out for offers once the new devices start rolling in.
LG has nailed the build quality and fit – and -finish of the V40 ThinQ. This is a phone that metal and tampering glass sandwich that it is, can command its price without compromising on sturdiness. This is certified IP68 dust/water, plus MIL-STD-810G for shock resistance.
The 6.4-inch QHD+ display, a 10 – bit panel with HDR 10 certification, is fantastic on contrasts and sharpness levels, and even tricky HDR content looks great on this screen.
comparing it to its 2018 flagship peers, the V40 sports it all- a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845,6 GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB of UFS 2.1 Storage, expandable via a micro SD card.
And despite the heavier LG UI (runs on Android 8.1 Oreo), the phone runs without a hitch.
As with older LG flagships, audio is a priority here as well and while you get Quad Hi-Fi DACs to support even high impedance headphones, the bundled headset offers good audio quality and the resonance – chamber based speaker set up gets plenty loud.
The triple rear camera set up – a regular, a telephoto and a wide angle offer three distinct perspectives, and there are a triple Shot features which captures images, from all three sensors at once in case you’re unsure what shot you want. Images are pleasing, with good details and accurate colours, and low light photos fare well against phones in this price bracket.
Specifications of LG V40 ThinQ
- 16MP+12MP+12MP Tipple Rear Camera and 8MP+5MP dual front camera
- 4-inch P-OLED capacitive touchscreen
- X Surround Sound with BoomBox Speaker
- Inbuilt with IP68 Dust and Water Resistant & Shock Resistant
- 6GB of RAM and 128GB for internal memory expandable up to 2TB
- Android Oreo v8.1 operating system with 2.8GHz + 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor
- 3300mAH lithium-ion battery
The price of LG ThinQ is 49,990 inr.
Although Quite good but not in 2019 based smartphone, it couldn’t impress because of large size and smooth finish offer barely any grip.
Slower USB 2.0 transfer speeds is an odd flagship decision. Battery life also asking for more.