In the early hours of this morning, LG officially released the new LG V40 ThinQ in the United States. The biggest feature of this phone is that it has five cameras.
The LG V40 ThinQ features an aluminum framed all-glass body, while the iPhone XS Max all-glass body features a stainless steel frame. Apple has removed the headphone jack, but the V40 has survived.
The LG V40 ThinQ is a bit lighter than the iPhone XS Max, but due to its size, a single person can’t hold it for many years.
The V40 measures 6.4 inches and features a high-quality HDR OLED display that is as sharp and sharp as the iPhone XS Max’s 6.5-inch HDR OLED display.
Both devices have a large bezel, although the V40’s bangs are slightly less awkward it has fewer features. The V40 ThinQ is equipped with two front-facing cameras, one with 8 megapixels and the second with 5 megapixels.
These cameras enable fast and effective facial recognition, but like most Android implementations, it does not use 3D facial recognition and is less secure. Since the face recognition function is weak, LG provides a fingerprint sensor at the back.
The back of the LG V40 ThinQ is equipped with three horizontal cameras, while the iPhone XS Max features a dual camera system. The V40 has a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel wide-angle lens.
These three cameras can perform a range of useful functions, such as three photos, three shots at a time from different angles, and one Cine Shot for creating a photo, some of which are moving images, slow motion and portrait functions. Similar to the features of the iPhone XS Max camera.
In foreign markets, the LG V40 ThinQ is perhaps a lightweight and impressive camera device that competes with the iPhone XS Max. What do you think?