New LG V40 renders show off the design from all angles

New LG V40 renders show off the design from all angles

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LG is expected to announce the LG V40 soon enough if the huge amount of leaks recently are any indication of anything. Not only have we gotten a sneak peak at what the device will look like, we know a large amount of the specifications it will launch with as well. The LG V40 has been pretty much blown open, and if the leaked front and back renders weren’t enough for you to get a full look at the device, then you’re in luck. Thanks to a leak from Slashleaks in tandem with OnLeaks, we’re getting to see a full 360-degree video showing all angles of the LG V40.  What’s more, a set of 5k renders have also been released as well.

The LG V40

In case you didn’t trust previous renders, this is yet another leak which corroborates the fact that LG’s newest flagship will feature 5 cameras. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of an OEM doing that, though, as Samsung is set to do the same early next year. That’s three cameras on the back and two on the front. It’s assumed as a result that LG is putting a lot of work into the cameras on the V40. The camera market is getting increasingly competitive as time goes on, so that’s really not a surprise whatsoever. We also see the inclusion of the headphone jack, which is great given the ongoing trend of device manufacturers removing it. A USB-C port is also present, which is to be expected.

In terms of other design choices, it’s noted that the LG V40 will have a 6.3-inch notched display. The notch doesn’t look too intrusive in the video, but it may look worse in person. These are just CAD renders after all. The dimensions of the device come in at 158.8 x 75.8 x 7.8mm (8.2mm camera bump included). It’s a good bit larger than the V30 in nearly every aspect, but that’s not too bad given that it shouldn’t be abnormally large. The V30 came in at 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.4mm, so it’s not as if it’s a whole lot smaller or anything. We’ll have to wait and see how the LG V40 looks in-hand before passing any judgment on whether it’s too large or not.