LG V40 ThinQ
LG has released an official first look at the LG V40 ThinQ. LG

LG is expected to officially announce the LG V40 ThinQ next week, but the company has already provided everyone a first look at the upcoming handset. The company has officially revealed the triple-rear camera setup of the LG V40 ThinQ in a new teaser video.

LG recently published a press release on its Korean website, detailing the design of the V40 ThinQ. The company confirmed that the device will indeed arrive with a total of five cameras: three on the back and two up front. Unfortunately, the company didn’t reveal the specifications of the cameras and focused mostly on the handset’s new glass body.

LG said that the new reinforced glass comes with a smooth and silky feel that makes it comfortable to hold in the hand. The company added that it was able to maintain the “soft touch” design of the V40 ThinQ through sand blasting method. LG then noted that it didn’t add any sort of film layer to the glass to ensure that its strength and hardness are similar to those of tempered glass. Users should also expect the edges of the device to have uniformity when it comes to its curves.

The LG V40 ThinQ is going to arrive with matte color finish. The device that LG partially showed off in its teaser video comes with a carmine red color option. LG said that the carmine red variant is more saturated than the raspberry rose color option of its previous V-series handsets. The LG V40 ThinQ will be available in a total of three colors with the other two being the new platinum gray and morokan blue variants.

LG said that the V40 ThinQ will have the exact same width as the LG V30, but it will have a slimmer bottom bezel. The company also confirmed that the V40 ThinQ will have a 6.4-inch display. LG indicated that the upcoming handset will maintain a slim and light design that should make it comfortable to use with one hand.

LG’s teaser doesn’t show off the front of the V40 ThinQ, but Evan Blass did leak an official-looking render of the handset on Twitter. The leak appears to confirm the presence of a notch on top of the device’s display, which can be hidden through software options. The render also shows that the handset will have minimal branding on its back and that it will be available through AT&T in the United States.

LG has already sent out invites for a press event on Oct. 3 in New York City, as pointed out by Engadget. It’s widely believed that the LG V40 ThinQ will be unveiled during the event.