LG V40 ThinQ hands-on review
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Someone was inevitably going to do it, and it makes all the sense in the world for it to be LG - the V40 ThinQ is the first phone with both an ultra wide-angle and a telephoto cam on its back. Of course, there's a 'regular' one in between them, for a total of three actual distinct self-sufficient modules unlike. previous triple-cam setups.

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    LG V40 ThinQ

    $899.99 (starting)

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    The Good

    Good battery life • Sharp and vibrant display • Five cameras (!) gives more versatility with photos • Fast performance

    The Bad

    Expensive • Glass design is prone to smudges • Telephoto and wide-angle main cameras can look distored

    The Bottom Line

    The LG V40 ThinQ checks off all the boxes for a 2018 flagship. And while five cameras might seem like overkill, they let you capture almost any conceivable photo... for a...