LG has not only confirmed the launch date of the triple-camera LG V40, but is also hinting what those cameras will stand for.
Three phones with up to three cameras versus one phone with five cameras? Also, is Apple flittering off like a butterfly on its MacBook keyboard?
That's a total of five cameras on one phone. What will they be used for? Plus, we've got some of the typical LG accouterments to expect.
Both rendered and purportedly photographed, the fast-approaching LG V35 ThinQ looks an awful lot like last year's V30, with thin screen bezels, rounded corners and no notch.
Notch haters will be ecstatic to see the LG V35 ThinQ rendered without any iPhone X-inspired screen cutouts, although that doesn't make the unreleased handset original.
The company is keeping OLED display technology with its more niche-aligned 'V' series releases as opposed to what's intended to be a mass appeal G7 ThinQ.
And if it does carry this "exclusive" item, what happens with the V40 ThinQ? Will AT&T carry both phones or just one? What's behind this strategy?
The US government has blocked ZTE from sourcing anything from American companies while Apple's CEO says Macs and iPads on their own are the best at what they do. All on our show this week!
Evan Blass is talking about the LG V40 while other people are talking about the V35 ThinQ. Are they one phone? Separate phones? Phones of different times?