Recently the South Korean giant LG took the stage in New York to announce their latest flagship V40 ThinQ. As expected the new flagship from LG is a media-centric device. LG emphasis mostly on the triple rear cameras and dual selfie snappers as the key-selling aspect of the new flagship. This year LG already announced V35 ThinQ with the latest hardware, So in terms of performance, the V40 ThinQ isn't different from the V35 ThinQ.
The Penta cameras setup is indeed a big jump from LG. The V40 ThinQ becomes the first LG phone with triple rear cameras. One of the reasons behind bringing triple rear cameras is Huawei P20 Pro achieves much success due to its stunning triple Leica certified cameras. Being a premium flagship the V40 ThinQ will face stiff competition from other top-tier phones in the market. We already compared the V40 ThinQ against the predecessors as well as the latest iPhone XS Max. Today we will compare it against the Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 9.
Undoubtedly Samsung's grip on the premium segment is quite firm that's why every premium phone has to do well against it to attract buyers. In order to be successful in the market, the V40 ThinQ will have to prove its worth in front of Galaxy Note 9 in terms of display, design, hardware, and cameras. Today we will find out how LG's V40 ThinQ stacks up against the Samsung latest best offering Galaxy Note 9. It will be an interesting battle because LG is asking a steep price for the V40 ThinQ which isn't quite far away from Note 9. Without any further delay, let's start with the design.
07/10/2018 05:50 AM