The LG V40 ThinQ 5 camera design has been leaked by Evleaks. And here’s how the cameras are set up to work.
There are 3 rear cameras on the V40 ThinQ. These lenses are placed horizontally, with an LED Flash at the far-right corner. The lens which is closest to the LED Flash, is a standard camera lens, while the middle lens is a super wide-angle lens. The camera on the far left is a telephoto lens.
Here is a picture of the LG V40 triple camera system, from a previous leak which we reported. This should give you a better look at the design.
Is this a good idea? We think that the LG V40 ThinQ 5 camera design is brilliant. Why? Usually, modern smartphones have dual cameras on the back panel, and that’s because they either have a wide-angle lens or a telephoto lens. LG isn’t compromising on this, which is for the best.
A wide-angle lens is important to capture more area in a photo, for example, in a panorama. The telephoto lens can focus on a specific object, that is far away, and still capture a clear photo. This is something that a normal zoom in the camera app cannot do.
LG did post a video teaser, which confirms the 3 rear camera design of the LG V40 ThinQ.
There are 2 selfie lenses which are part of the LG V40 ThinQ 5 camera design. And these consist of a standard lens and a wide-angle lens. The latter can help capture group selfies in a much better way, than a regular lens can. The selfie lenses are placed inside of the device’s notch, which is pictured better in the leaked picture which you can see above.
The LG V40 ThinQ is set to be launched on October 4th, which is just 3 days away. So, we will know more about the device then.