The LG V40 could be the first smartphone ever to feature five cameras
Phone makers are always trying to top one another, but save for some standout innovations from smaller brands such as Huawei and OnePlus, Samsung and Apple keep dominating headlines. LG may have a chance to shake things up in the coming months if a new report from Android Police is to be believed though. According to the report, a source familiar with LG's plans says the company's successor to the V30 will feature five cameras.
As you might expect, two cameras will be on the front of the phone, with either one or both allowing the user to unlock the phone with some form of facial recognition. The way that it has been described to Android Police makes it sound like LG could implement 3D mapping technology, but there is nothing to specifically indicate that.
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