LG introduced V40 ThinQ back in October. This is the sixth V-series device from the Korean maker, but we rarely saw a retailer offering any of the phones in Europe. It appears that LG is about to change this trend, as a European variant of the V40 received a certification for wireless charging. The device was listed with two codes - LM-V405EB and LV-V405EBW, and according to sources, this is indeed the variant for the Old Continent.
LG LM-V405EB listing at Wireless Power Consortium
This year the LG V40 ThinQ and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro finally delivered what many people have been dreaming of in terms of photography - three rear cameras of which one is normal, one is wide-angle, and one is telephoto.
So is there more to the V40 aside from its camera system? Is the output from those cameras any good? You can find this out, alongside all of the other essential information regarding LG's latest flagship, from our video review embedded below.
It tells you everything you need...
The LG V40 ThinQ could receive Android 9 Pie soon, as per a Geekbench entry.
A V40 ThinQ with 6GB of RAM was spotted running the benchmark with a test build of Android Pie aboard. It's not surprising that LG is testing the latest Android build on its latest Android flagship but it does mean the update could be close.
LG, not unlike Samsung, isn't the quickest in delivering the latest Android version to its phones. Currently only the LG G7 One is enjoying Android 9.0.
Source | Via