Established in Seoul in 1958 as GoldStar, LG Electronics today makes home appliances, mobiles, tablets, and TVs. LG launched its first Android cell phone in 2009 and its first Android tablet in 2011. The organization is known for its flagship series of cell phones and an extensive variety of items including smart TVs. Considered as the technical heir of the successful V30, the LG V40 is expected to be launched sometime in next year. Expectations are high that this LG smartphone will be a definite step forward with a more striking design, bigger screen resolution and enhanced audio and video features. As per the unconfirmed reports that are doing the rounds for quite a while, the corners of the screen of LG V40 will be rounded, but the display is not expected to curve in the way of the Samsung Galaxy S8. This means the device will be a bit wider, but still surprisingly manageable to grip considering the 6-inch screen. The LG V40 flagship smartphone intends to swap an LCD panel for an OLED screen for quite some time. If there was anything negative underlined by the previous V30, it was the display that turned weak in low light. The V30 had an untoward bent to crush shadow details at lower brightness levels, to the point where dark areas become illegible. We are hoping that the soon-to-be-launched LG V40 will take into account these flaws and come out as a much better product. Following the blueprint set by the Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone X, the V30 stretches the display out to the corners, reducing the distracting bezel. As a result, the V30 has an 18:9 aspect ratio as opposed to the typical 16:9.
LG’s OLEDs, called POLED (that P is for plastic), just aren’t as good. It’s the same panel type that let the Pixel 2 XL down. The panel is taller, which means it’s great for reading and multitasking. The gadget accompanies 64GB of capacity as standard, however, it is likely to include a microSD space that backings up to 256GB cards in the event that you need to broaden this sum further. Bluetooth 5.0 will be locally available for when perfect gadgets begin rolling, and Wi-Fi execution will be amazing. Call quality is supposed to be incredible as well, and the commotion scratching off mics make a brilliant showing with regards to of removing foundation diversions. An ‘app scaling’ option which was already in LG V30 does a good job of stretching incompatible apps to the new screen ratio, and the blue hue reducing ‘Comfort’ mode is one of the best out there – we can expect the same features or even better in the LG V40. All in all, we can really expect the next year launch LG V40 to be a cracker of a smartphone which will make the users feel good about the end-product.
Technical Specifications for LG V40
|Screen Size Category||6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||2880 x 1440 pixels|
|Actual Screen Size||6 inches|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 845|
|Internal Storage||128 GB|
|OS Version||Android 8.0 Oreo|
|Primary Camera||Dual 16MP + 13MP|
|Primary Camera Features||16MP|
|Primary Camera Lens Setup||Dual lens|
|Front Camera||8 MP|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS|
|Battery Capacity||3400 mAh|
|USB Type||3.1 Type-C|