More than three months after the official LG V40 ThinQ introduction, the smartphone has finally made its way to India. To make up for the late arrival, LG is offering the phone for just INR49,990 (about $700), and that's for the 6/128 GB variant. The phone is available on Amazon and will start shipping on Thursday, January 24.
The LG cameraphone has a notched 6.4” P-OLED screen with a QHD+ resolution and tall 19.5:9 ratio. The chipset is Snapdragon 845 with an octa-core CPU at up to 2.7 GHz frequency. According to the Amazon listing, only the variant with 128 GB storage is available, while the 6/64 GB is nowhere to be seen.
The LG V40 ThinQ is one of the first smartphones with three cameras on the back - one regular, one with a telephoto lens and one for wide-angle shots. The first two come with 12 MP sensors, the third being a 16 MP. The device was initially introduced in four colors, but only two are available in India - New Platinum Gray and New Moroccan Blue.
My favourite and best LG was LG G2 and last was LG G4. IR blaster gone away so I also forgot Lg forever. Good luck LG.
I am using LG g7 thinq for the past 4 months and which has a 3000mAh battery and am constantly getting 5hours of screen on time and its getting monthly security updates also as other phones. The major update takes a bit more time than usual. Still ha...
I wont buy any LG phone again in my lifetime. No updates and no battery backup and no resale value for LG products. Beekar products. Better go with onePlus