The company’s firm commitment to the 3.5mm headphone jack and the hardware that makes it awesome (the 32-bit Quad DAC) have not gone unnoticed. LG’s other passion, multi-camera photography won people over as well.
The V40 ThinQ is the first phone to offer both a wide-angle and a telephoto camera. Even that aside, the main camera has improvements over the LG G7 (larger pixels and a brighter aperture). And don’t forget the dual selfie camera, that’s an original V-series feature.
As usual, the phone got docked a few points for the relatively small battery capacity (3,300mAh) and the notch. These are two things that never fail to draw complaints. Also, some think that the price is too high, but LG phones drop a couple of hundred dollars just months after launch, so waiting a bit will make the price more palatable.
Like I said we have to wait for reviews to see how that works but my guess is when plugged in earpiece will be used for sound and even normal speakers collect dirt
What about when you plug it in to charge it.. unless you're gonna use wireless charging.. also even if it starts as good.. what happens when little bit of dirt and git get into the port.. they never seem to stay clean imo so if its good to start with...