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New LG V40 ThinQ renders show off incoming flagship’s near bezel-less screen

Following last week's look at the first clear renders of LG's upcoming V40 ThinQ flagship, we now have yet another batch of renders (including a 360-degree video) to gawk at, thanks to noted leakers OnLeaks and /Leaks

The renders, which are based on three-dimensional factory CAD files, show a device with three cameras on its rear and two cameras on the front, backing up previous reports that the device would feature five cameras in total. 

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Along with its surplus of snappers, the LG V40 ThinQ will allegedly boast the company's largest display to date, with a 6.3-inch screen that's 0.3 inches bigger than last year's LG V30 ThinQ.

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Renders courtesy of OnLeaks and /Leaks

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Renders courtesy of OnLeaks and /Leaks

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Renders courtesy of OnLeaks and /Leaks

Other alleged features hinted at by the renders include a near bezel-less design with a slim notch cutout that houses the phone's two front-facing cameras and earpiece speaker, a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a 3.5mm headphone jack – a necessity for Hi-Fi Quad DAC audio, which LG has included in its last few flagship phones. 

Though the LG V40 ThinQ has yet to be officially announced, the device has been tipped for a September launch and an October release. Check out the 360-degree video below.