It’s official: LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the LG V40, has three cameras on the back and two on the front.
Though the official announcement of the phone is due Oct. 3, the company revealed some details about the phone — including photos and a video — on its Korean website.
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Interestingly, although the cameras are featured prominently in all these promo materials, LG hasn’t revealed their specs.
What we did find out, though, is the size of the phone’s screen: It’ll be 6.4 inches. The phone will be the same width as its 6-inch predecessor, the LG V30; the company claims it increased the screen size within the same form factor by reducing the size of the bezels.
The phone will be available in three colors: gray, red, and blue, and we get a glimpse of all three in the promo video (above). LG says it sand blasted the phone’s rear glass to achieve a “silky feel,” hence all the references to softness in the video. This method should also prevent scratches, LG says.
Other details worthy of noticing are the flash and laser sensor which are sitting flush with the phone’s case and a round fingerprint sensor on the back, The front of the phone is not shown in the video or any of the images, but rumors and leaked images show that it’ll likely have a notch on top and a small but still noticeable bezel on the bottom.
LG typically leaks little bits of info before major phone launches, so expect more to come ahead of the big reveal next week.