And to put an end to all the leaks, LG Korea today confirmed the V40 ThinQ, giving us our first, official look at the device. The images were shared in a post on its official Korean website alongside a short teaser video for the phone and they clearly show the device's rear triple-camera setup - take a look at it below.
The official announcement is set for October 4th in NY, so we'll find out more about the internals and of course about availability for the phone soon enough.
As well as the rear cameras, the front is said to have a dual-lens set-up that could offer facial recognition. The light sensor and laser sensor are hidden. This results in a matte finish that, according to LG, feels softer, is harder to scratch, and should be less of a fingerprint magnet.
The V40 ThinQ will come in carmine red as well as platinum blue and morocco blue, which are all briefly shown in the clip.
As far as specifications are concerned, LG V40 ThinQ is likely to sport a 6.4-inch POLED display with a resolution of 3120x1440 pixels.
The new phone will be unveiled globally on October 3 in NY.
LG says the V40 ThinQ will have a reinforced glass back that has been treated with a "Sand Blast" technique.
The LG V40 ThinQ will be announced on October 4 in South Korean.
The new displays are about half as good as human eyes but require massive amounts of processing power.