News broke yesterday that LG is in fact working on the V40, which is a successor to the popular V30 handset. The company looks to go all out and jump on growing trends with their next V-series phone. According to the folks over at AndroidPolice, the upcoming LG V40 will have a notch design and 5 cameras. That is not a typo. 5 cameras.
Similar to the Huawei P20 Pro, the V40 will have three cameras on the rear. In addition, it will have a pair of shooters on the front. It is not exactly known what the purpose of all the cameras are, but AndroidPolice states that the rear cameras will include a standard wide-angle lens, an ultra-wide lens, and a third shooter that may be dedicated to handle portrait shots. Additionally, the front cameras may work together to allow users to unlock the device using their face.
AndroidPolice reveals that the LG V40 will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood, feature a notch display that you can turn off, sports a dedicated Google Assistant button, and will have a fingerprint scanner on the rear.