LG V40 ThinQ Unboxing & First Impressions
Video transcript below:
Going over some specs of the V40 ThinQ, you have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 packed inside along with 6GB of RAM and this particular model has only 64GB of internal storage BUT it is expandable by micro SD up to 2TB. The display is a big and beautiful 6.4” QHD OLED display with support for HDR 10.
The V40 ThinQ has a 3300 mAH battery and is shipping with Android 8.1 Oreo. Unfortunately, no word yet on when it will receive Android P but hopefully sooner than later.
As we mentioned earlier, there are 3 cameras on the back. There are 2 12MP cameras, one being an f1.5 standard lens and the other being an f2.4 telephoto lens. There is also a 16MP f1.9 wide angle lens and there are a few different features that all three cameras can offer on the V40. One of them being the ability to create cinemagraphs pretty easily. A cinemagraph is a photo in which a majority of the image is still with a very small portion of the image moving. Think of a group of people near a waterfall, with the people being still and the waterfall is moving. The phone is also capable of recording 4K HDR Video. Since I haven’t had this phone for more than 24 hours, I haven’t been able to test out everything with the camera BUT please be sure to subscribe to the channel so you dont miss my camera test of the V40 ThinQ and of course my full review.
This phone also comes with a few other nice features like facial recognition but theres also the rear fingerprint sensor AND for those who still love the HiFi Quad dac you do still get that with the V40.
The V40 will go onsale October 18th with pre-orders opening up very soon so keep an eye out for that if youre interested in pre-ordering. The V40 will retail for $900 on US Celluar, 920 on tmobile, 960 on Sprint and 980 on Verizon. AT&T pricing is unclear but expect it to be somewhere near the $950 price range.