lg upcoming triple camera smartphone

[Exclusive]: LG has patented three smartphones with triple rear cameras

LG is reportedly working on launching a new series of smartphones with a triple rear camera setup. The company has already launched a bunch of smartphones like the LG V40 ThinQ which has a triple rear camera module, but that module is vertically aligned. The recently filed patent by the company shows a square camera setup (rings a bell? Watch out Huawei).

lg upcoming triple camera smartphone

By the looks of it, all the three smartphones appear to be pretty much the same (we cannot make out any difference).lg upcoming triple camera smartphone features and live shots

The power button is on the right side of the device while the volume rocker and the Google Assistant key appear to be on the left side. Thankfully enough, we can see a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top of the device.

At the rear, we can see a triple camera setup with the LED flash completing the square. Right underneath the camera setup, we get a physical fingerprint scanner.

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Moving the focus to the front, we get an almost bezel-free display (note that there is no notch this time around). The corners are rounded and there is a tiny bit of chin at the bottom of the device.

At the back, all the models (model A, model B, and model C) appear to be the same. The front, however, has a different story. The corners get rounder in model B and even more in model C.

As of now, there is no word on the official names, release date, and specifications of any of the three devices.

Once again, thanks to Letsgodigital for providing Android Updated with the intel.

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