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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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LG V40 ThinQ’s five cameras will work like this

LG V40 ThinQ’s five cameras will work like this

Huawei can probably have a few laughs in the next few days, seeing how its rivals are trying to catch up with it this time. Samsung has just revealed its first smartphone with three cameras on its back but LG is about to do one better. The V40 ThinQ is already confirmed, by LG itself, to have three cameras rear side. It will also have two cameras on the front, and all of them will determine how close you want to get or how much of the background you want to capture.

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LG V40 ThinQ has Silky Blast pits for “proper” tactile feel

LG V40 ThinQ has Silky Blast pits for “proper” tactile feel

What on earth are Silky Blast pits, and what do they have to do with "proper grip feel?" Truly LG's aims with their latest press release are off the beaten path. But what better way to find one's way back to the mainstream thoughts of the average consumer than with smartphone features that are new and different? Today LG revealed some details on the LG V40 ThinQ's physical attributes.

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LG V40 ThinQ teaser sparks some questions

LG V40 ThinQ teaser sparks some questions

Today the folks at LG confirmed the existence of the LG V40 ThinQ, a smartphone with 5 cameras. That's 5 cameras as in 3x on the back and 2x on the front, not all back-facing. This device is expected to come with a P-OLED capacitive touchscreen at 6.4-inches in size and 1440 x 3121 pixels across it.

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Phones in Octoberfest: what’s coming next month

Phones in Octoberfest: what’s coming next month

The year's major tech events are over but the smartphone show is far from done. In fact, it seems that many of the major OEMs actually skipped them, preferring to have their own stage. Amusingly, they all decided to do it next month, which means it will just be as busy as IFA a few weeks back. So to help you navigate through and schedule the next two to three weeks, here’s our guide to the smartphones that will be making their debut in October.

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LG V40 ThinQ official teaser leave little to the imagination

LG V40 ThinQ official teaser leave little to the imagination

So here we go again. With just days to spare before it actually announces the smartphone, LG is dropping hints about the LG V40 ThinQ. But rather than simply hinting at it by announcing some new hardware component or feature, the Korean OEM is now all but revealing the smartphone itself. It’s actually less of a teaser and more of a confirmation. Yes, the LG V40 ThinQ will have five cameras, nothing more and definitely nothing less.

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Verizon GizmoWatch is an Apple Watch for kids, sort of

Verizon GizmoWatch is an Apple Watch for kids, sort of

The latest in kid-oriented smartwatch hardware comes from Verizon, and it's called GizmoWatch. This is the latest in a line of similar products sold exclusively by Verizon, all in the Verizon GizmoKids product line. This watch will replace the most recent smartwatch made by Verizon, the GizmoGadget. This device holds the distinction of being "the first 4G LTE kid's watch in the United States powered by Qualcomm."

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LG V40 ThinQ invite confirms cameras [UPDATE]

LG V40 ThinQ invite confirms cameras [UPDATE]

Apple’s time on stage may now be over, but its effects will continue to ripple in the coming weeks. Which is why manufacturers who still have something left to say this year are steering clear for the rest of the month. LG, who still has its V40 ThinQ lined up for 2018, is one of those and it is now revealing exactly when it will unveil the smartphone. And in doing so, it has not so subtly confirmed the biggest speculation about its late 2018 flagship.

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