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The hidden selfie camera trend: Who’s onboard?

The hidden selfie camera trend: Who’s onboard?

This week we've gotten word that LG is also onboard for one of the most exciting trends in smartphones for the year 2019. At least, it would appear so. The trend was revealed by Samsung earlier this year - in a series of images during internal company events and planning sessions for the future of their smartphone business. What we're talking about here is the hidden camera trend, making it possible to cover the entirety of the front side of a smartphone with a display without leaving room for a notch-full of sensors and camera lenses.

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LG G7 Fit isn’t dead yet, arriving this month

LG G7 Fit isn’t dead yet, arriving this month

LG has been eerily silent on “spin-offs” of its premium G7 brand. In fact, there were only two, both of which may have been forgotten already since their first announcement pre-IFA two months ago. Perhaps trying to make up for lost time, LG is now making sure everyone knows that its LG G7 Fit is still a thing and will be coming to certain markets starting this month. And there might be some delicious irony in how the G7 Fit might have trouble fitting in anywhere at this point.

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This LG V40 deal won’t last

This LG V40 deal won’t last

If you're the sort of person that would consider using Sprint as your wireless service carrier, read on. If you're all about whatever phone will get the job done, but wouldn't mind a smartphone that goes above and beyond the call of duty, there's a chance you'll find the following device interesting. There's an interesting situation going on right this minute with the LG V40 as carried by Sprint here in the USA.

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LG V40 ThinQ has a sweet deal on B&H Photo

LG V40 ThinQ has a sweet deal on B&H Photo

Given the number of new smartphones that have debuted recently, especially from Google and Huawei, it’s almost too easy to forget that LG, too, has a bright flame that it lit earlier this month. The LG V40 ThinQ is the first high-end smartphone in the market to sport 3+2 cameras, beating even Samsung’s 4+1 mid-range Galaxy A9 to the punch. But, like many high-end smartphones these days, it’s also high on the price tag. Not unless you catch this deal on B&H Photo Video before it ends.

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Porsche and Audi’s battery supplier just invested in this ultra-fast charging tech

Porsche and Audi’s battery supplier just invested in this ultra-fast charging tech

Range anxiety may be gradually ebbing as electric cars get longer lasting batteries, but the length of time it takes to recharge remains one of the big headaches compared to gas engines. Increasingly, though, fast charging technologies are promising to address that hurdle too, and getting the attention of the big EV battery suppliers in the process.

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LG G7 ThinQ climbs only one step higher on the DxOMark ladder

LG G7 ThinQ climbs only one step higher on the DxOMark ladder

LG has just unveiled the LG V40 ThinQ, boasting of its first triple camera smartphone. Naturally, there will be no small amount of curiosity how these three cameras will fare against Huawei high-end as well as Samsung’s new mid-range Galaxy A7 and A9 phones. If LG’s performance on DxOMark will be taken into account, however, it might not be so encouraging. The digital photography specialists have just review the LGG7 ThinQ and while it does score higher than the previous V30 ThinQ, it isn’t much to push LG near the top.

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Pixel 3 teardown reveals and LG OLED swap

Pixel 3 teardown reveals and LG OLED swap

Google's third-gen Pixel phones are now out so, naturally, it's time to tear them down. The Pixel 3 XL unsurprisingly got first dibs because of how it's a wee bit more interesting compared to its smaller sibling. THat's not to say the Pixel 3 has no interesting stories to share. In fact, it has a very interesting one discovered by iFixit, revealing the comeback of an old but not exactly welcome friend: an LG OLED panel.

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LG V40 ThinQ pre-orders start early

LG V40 ThinQ pre-orders start early

In the next few days, we will finally be seeing the last contenders in the smartphone market for 2018. But lest you forget about it, LG has just pushed the pre-orders for its own late 2018 contestant a bit earlier than expected. The LG V40 is now available for pre-order, with shipping set to start this week to try and beat the other triple camera rival before it reminds the market that it was first in the trend that might start to get out of hand fast.

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Why the LG V40 ThinQ’s five cameras aren’t overkill

Why the LG V40 ThinQ’s five cameras aren’t overkill

Do we really need five cameras on a smartphone? LG is convinced the answer to that is yes, and so the LG V40 ThinQ arrives with a quintet of sensors ranging from 8- to 16-megapixels and from a 45-degree field of view through to a whopping 107-degrees.

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LG V40 ThinQ squeezes in 5 cameras and some surprises

LG V40 ThinQ squeezes in 5 cameras and some surprises

The LG V40 ThinQ is here, and if you've ever looked at your smartphone and thought "dang, this thing needs more cameras" then this might be the Android for you. Bristling with two cameras on the front and three on the back, the V40 ThinQ not only promises more choice in your photography, but insists it can stop that from becoming confusing, too.

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LG Watch W7 pokes mechanical hands through a Wear OS touchscreen

LG Watch W7 pokes mechanical hands through a Wear OS touchscreen

LG doesn't just have the new V40 ThinQ smartphone today, it also has a brand new wearable, the LG Watch W7, which pairs physical hands with a touchscreen display. It's the first Wear OS by Google smartwatch to have a full screen along with mechanical hands, with LG promising the digital functionality you expect but with the look and reliability of a traditional timepiece.

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Watch the LG V40 ThinQ Cine Shot mode in action

Watch the LG V40 ThinQ Cine Shot mode in action

LG won't take the wraps off the V40 ThinQ, its latest Android smartphone, until later this week, but we can already share a sneaky tidbit about the new handset today. One of the flagship features of the smartphone - already notable for having a whopping three cameras on its rear - will be its Cine Shot mode, making it easy to create "living photos" or Cinemagraphs.

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