The LG V40 is official, and yes, it has 5 cameras
LG has finally taken the wraps off its latest big flagship, the LG V40 ThinQ. The big, expensive Android phone is a direct competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and at least at first glance, it has all of the individual ingredients needed to take it on. Up front is a 6.4-inch OLED display with virtually no bezel but a slim notch; underneath, it's powered by Qualcomm's best Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB of RAM.
Those are the exact specs we'd expect to find on any phone costing nearly $1,000, so that's not really a surprise. What is a surprise, however, is how many cameras LG found necessary to cram into the (admittedly big) body. There's three cameras on the back, one normal, one with a zoom lens, and a third with a wide-angle lens for capturing landscapes or big groups. Around the front there's a regular and a wide-angle selfie cam, which means when you add it up, this thing is packing five cameras.
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