LG V40 ThinQ Price in Singapore & Specifications

The cheapest price of LG V40 ThinQ in Singapore is SGD675 from Lazada. The LG V40 ThinQ features a 6.5" display, 12 + 12 + 16MP back camera, 8 + 5MP front camera, and a 3300mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the LG V40 ThinQ is September, 2018.
The cheapest price of LG V40 ThinQ in Singapore is SGD675 from Lazada. The LG V40 ThinQ features a 6.5" display, 12 + 12 + 16MP back camera, 8 + 5MP front camera, and a 3300mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the LG V40 ThinQ is September, 2018.
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Cheapest LG V40 ThinQ Price in Singapore is S$ 695.00

The LG V40 ThinQ is now available in Singapore. The cheapest LG V40 ThinQ price in Singapore is S$ 695.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different LG V40 ThinQ variants with 128GB New Aurora Black starting from S$ 1,000.00 and 128GB New Platinum Gray at S$ 695.00. LG V40 ThinQ price details are updated February 2020.

LG V40 ThinQ Price Guide

Price List by Country for LG V40 ThinQ

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 1,711.19 S$ 317.00
Indonesia IDR 3.014.763 S$ 317.00
Malaysia MYR 920.27 S$ 317.00
Philippines PHP 32,999.00 S$ 937.00
Singapore SGD 695.00 S$ 695.00
Thailand THB 799 S$ 37.00

LG V40 ThinQ Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price Store
LG V40 ThinQ 128GB New Platinum Gray S$ 695.00 Lazada
LG V40 ThinQ 128GB New Aurora Black S$ 1,000.00 Qoo10

LG V40 ThinQ Specs

Screen Size 6.5"
Display Resolution 1440 x 3120pixels
Pixel Density 495ppi
Scratch Resistant Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 12 + 12 + 16MP
Front Camera Resolution 8 + 5MP
Dual camera Yes
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Battery Capacity 3300mAh
Processor Octa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 169g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 158.8 x 75.7 x 7.6mm
Body Material Glass
Release Year 2018
Release Month September
USB Connectors Type-C
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Waterproof Yes
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light No
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No
Colours Grey

Reviews of LG V40 ThinQ

Reviewed on 2019-05-05
The ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2 punches well above its weight with an attractive 'Wave Design' that looks, feels, and handles like a much more expensive device. Its large Full HD display, mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, and huge 5,000mAh battery...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-08
LG's V series phones have always impressed with their music playback and useful camera features in the past and the V40 ThinQ launched here in Singapore in January is no different.The difference, of course, is that there are a lot of other challenges in...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-12
You would be forgiven for overlooking LG's V40 ThinQ, the South Korean firm's answer to the Samsung Note series.The V40's cause was not helped by a poorly timed release date. It debuted in early October last year, shortly before the Google Pixel 3 was a...
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Reviewed on 2019-06-04
Camera is packed with options, SD card compatibility, Great screen, Amazing sound with Quad DAC
Small battery, Terrible software support, Too expensive
LifewireCamera is packed with optionsSD card compatibilityGreat screenAmazing sound with Quad DACSmall batteryTerrible software supportToo expensiveThe LG V40 ThinQ will be an excellent bargain phone in a year, but right now it can't compe...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-22
bright and colour accurate OLED display, fast SoC, aptX HDH, expandable storage, headphone jack, Hi-Fi Quad DAC, wireless charging, good triple rear-facing cameras, accurate GPS module, IP68 and MIL-STG-810G1 certified, up to four years warranty
mediocre battery life, only USB 2.0, PWM display flicker, the delayed release now makes it overpriced
Robust and with five cameras - The LG V40 ThinQ has finally arrived in Germany after being announced over three months ago. The V40 is an evolution of its predecessor, with LG promising to have particularly improved the display and the cameras. Read on to...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-15
Gorgeous display, Stunning design, Capable cameras
Gaming performance not the best, Selfie-cameras could've been better, Outdated software, Photos by Raj Rout, LG V40 ThinQ
To me, Korean smartphone manufacturer LG doesn't come across as a brand to blow its own trumpet. I say this because the company silently announced one of its most exciting devices in India without making a huge fuss about it. The device in question is the...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-13
The LG V40 is LG's current top smartphone, as the V-Series is the high-end, technologically advanced line of smartphones. As such, it was the first to pack a triple-lens setup, offering a 2X optical zoom lens, and a 16mm Ultrawide lens in addition to the...
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Reviewed on 2019-01-15
In 2018 LG began pushing the ThinQ branding to pretty much most of their devices – from phones to their TVs. Earlier this year, LG dropped the G7 and added the branding to it as we got the G7 ThinQ. It was a great jack-of-all-trades device that didn't get...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-20
Display is colorful, sharp, and brilliant, Phone backside has a premium, unique quality, Camera options are plentiful and helpful, Audio quality is top quality with built-in DAC, Notch can be hidden correctly*
Notch in display (though software options are good!), Speakers down-facing instead of forward-facing, Phone case not included in box, Camera placement a bit awkward
The LG V40 ThinQ is a unique smartphone because of its multiple alternate trajectories in smartphone trends. This is a phone that amps up everything I loved about the LG V35 (my favorite phone of 2018). Instead of running with the trends of one smartphon...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-16
Does anyone really need five cameras on their smartphone? That's a question that LG wants us to figure out with their new V40 ThinQ. But beyond the cameras, the V40 ThinQ has a 6.4″ OLED display yet it's still pocketable and easily managed with one hand...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-14
I enjoyed using the V30 from LG. With the exception of the selfie camera, I thought the V30 was a solid device. This year the LG V40 brags about having 5 cameras, two in the front and three in the back. Wanted to see how much better is having 5 cameras ov...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-13
LG has had a pretty strange flagship phone strategy lately, with near constant releases and a blurred line between their G and V series of devices. Just this past year we've seen multiple flagship devices that are barely differentiated at all, and with th...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-06
Compromise (verb): Settle a dispute by mutual concession. Accept standards that are lower than is desirable.When we're picking out a new phone to spend our hard-earned money on, we're normally excited about the new tech. We're not thinking about the com...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-29
Multiple camera lenses for wide angle, telephoto, etc, Always on display, Headphone jack, Free 2nd year warranty
Runs on an older version of Android instead of the latest version
REVIEW – It's been a while since I reviewed an LG smartphone and the new LG V40 ThinQ is a good one to break that dry streak. This phone features 5 built-in cameras if you can believe that! If you're asking yourself why anyone needs a phone with 5 cameras...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-28
Last year's V30 got nearly everything right, and it felt like all the stars aligned for an ideal device in many regards, but there's always room for improvement, and it's here where we find the V40 ThinQ attempt to fill in the gaps. The V40 improves upon...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-17
In a world where smartphones are starting to show up with more and more cameras, LG is leading the pack now with five. The penta-lens device has three cameras on the back and two on the front, and while this is the headlining feature, the V40 ThinQ is a g...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-09
Excellent photo capture in all lighting, with better color and detail representation, Duplex, Call Screening, Top Shot, Night Sight – all useful additions unanswered by the V40, Better battery life, Speedy, fluid operation, with OS updates guaranteed for...
With only three generations of Pixel phones under its belt, Google is one of the newer manufacturers of premium Android phones. Still, every year it seems veterans in the phone game, like LG, are left to play catch up with the latest Pixel phones in terms...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-25
For the last couple of years, LG has remained unique with its secondary rear camera having a wide-angle lens. It took a leap forward this year as one of the first to launch with five cameras; three on the back and two on the front.The 10 best smartphones...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-15
Two-year warranty, Significantly improved OLED display, Amazing vibration motors, Boombox speaker is nice and loud, 3.5mm audio jack with quad DAC, The best manual camera experience on any device, Significantly improved dynamic range in the camera, New ca...
Camera detail has taken a big step back, Camera software is a bit slow, A notch is never a positive, Larger and heavier than last year's V30
LG's V-series started out as a bit of an experimental device, evolving over the years into what has become known as the “content creators” phone. Last year we lauded the LG V30 for its amazing manual modes and control, even going so far as to replace our...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-15
Last year, LG launched the content creators phone to quite a bit of praise, and its manual video abilities were enough to convince us to use it full-time for the YouTube channel here. That's not to say there wasn't room for improvement, which LG has certa...
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