LG V40 ThinQ to be soon launched in Europe

LG introduced V40 ThinQ back in October. This is the first time V-series apparatus from the Korean manufacturer, but we seldom saw a merchant offering any of those telephones in Europe. It seems that LG is going to change this tendency, as a European version of this V40 obtained a certificate for charging. The apparatus was recorded with two codes – LM-V405EB and LV-V405EBW, and according to sources, this is really the version to the Old Continent.

We all know fairly well this is really the hottest LG flagship, because all present versions have similar version numbers. However, if there wasn’t any uncertainty, the Wireless Power Consortium includes a photograph accompanying the record, revealing a functioning front panel which affirms the LG V40.

Our tipsters say there’s additionally a particular firmware being developed – LMV405EB-EUR-XX-NOV-30-2018+0. The EUR series deffinitely implies Europe will eventually receive a V-series smartphone.

We’re just awaiting a confirmation of those other details like pricing and launching dates. In addition, we expect the telephone to arrive with Android Pie from the box, connecting the lonely LG G7 One, that’s the sole LG apparatus up so far that ships with all the new OS.


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