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    LG V40 ThinQ Announcement

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    The arms race when it comes to a number of lenses in-built in smartphones has fully unleashed. If you think that 3 lenses at the back of LG V40 ThinQ, which was described today, is a lot, please wait for Samsung A9 – it has four of them!

     

    LG V40 ThinQ, besides three lenses placed at the back of the smartphone, is equipped with two front lenses for selfies.

     

    The back lenses are in short:

    1. 12MP (1.4μm) with the f/1.5 lens and the equivalent of 27mm.
    2. 16MP wide-angle module with the equivalent of 16mm and the brightness of f/1.9.
    3. 12MP telelens with the light of f/2.4 and the equivalent of 52mm.

     

    Taking into account the parameters of the lenses, it seems that we can expect very good results during taking photographs at light deficit. One of the curiosities should be the CineShot mode thanks to which we will be able to record the so-called moving photographs – images on which some of the elements of a static shot move.

     

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    1). LG V40 ThinQ

     

    Fast AF in the new LG is based on phase-detection pixels. "Artificial intelligence” is also present in the smartphone – at our request, it will crop a photograph for us and propose optimal parameters during photographing a given scene.

     

    The first of the two cameras placed at the front of the phone has the resolution of 8MP and the light of f/1.9, the second one has the resolution of 5MP and it is a wide-angle f/2.2 module. By combining their strengths, the cameras take photographs, for instance, with the effect of background blurring and there is also a possibility of controlling its intensity.

     

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    2). LG V40 ThinQ

     

    LG V40 ThinQ means, of course, not only an impressive number of lenses – the subsystems on the basis of which the smartphone was created are also remarkable. The heart of the device is the 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, the graphic side is controlled by the Adreno 630 system and the whole construction is supported by 6GB of RAM. The OLED screen has the resolution of 1440 × 31120px (QHD) and the diagonal of 6,4", ppi is 527 and the whole thing has been covered with Gorilla Glass of the fifth generation. The smartphone will be available in the versions with 64 or 128GB of in-built memory. On the housing, we will find a microSD card slot. There is also the Jack 3,5mm headphone connector - the in-build battery has the capacity of 3399mAh.

     

    The date of the premiere and the price of LG V40 ThinQ are not known yet.

     

     


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