LG V40 ThinQ specs leaked online, Snapdragon 845, Boombox speakers on the cards
Last week, we got a clear picture of the rumoured LG V40 ThinQ smartphone thanks to the 360-degree video leaked online. And now, just days after the leaked CAD renders, the alleged specs sheet of the upcoming smartphone has been spotted online.
According to a report by Android Pit, LG V40 ThinQ is likely to sport a 6.4-inch quad HD P-OLED display and it is likely to come with IP68 dust and water resistant technology. It is likely to measure 158.7x75.8x7.79 mm -a detail which is line with the previous leaks.
In terms of specifications, the upcoming smartphone is likely to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor consisting of four 2.8GHz and four 1.7GHz cores. The device will support 6GB RAM along with either 64GB or 128GB internal memory and it is expected to run on either Android Oreo or Android 9 Pie.
In terms of the camera, the rumoured device would come with a triple camera setup at the back with a 12MP lens with focal length of f/1.5, a 16MP sensor with a focal length of f/1.9 and a 12MP with a focal length of f/2.4. So far, rumours about the triple camera setup have given out no details about the camera specifications. However, the latest leak gives us some insights about the camera details. As far as the front-facing camera is concerned, the phone is likely to sport an 8MP and a 5MP sensor in the front along with the Smart CAM feature.
The leaked specs suggest that the LG is keen on giving its users an out-of-the-box audio experience. Just like G7+ ThinQ, LG V40 ThinQ is likely to feature support for Quad DAC and Stereo Speaker Boombox audio technologies and it is likely to be backed by a 3,300mAh battery.
Meanwhile, previously leaked details suggest that the phone will sport a fingerprint scanner which will be placed below the vertically stacked triple camera setup at the back of the phone. It will come with a 3.5mm jack and sport a notch on the top. Besides this, the leaked 3D renders have also revealed that the Korean electronics giant's purported new phone will come with a button dedicated for Google Assistant on the left of the phone.