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Top 8 LG V40 ThinQ Hidden Features, Tips, and Tricks

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Performance Octa core Snapdragon 845
Display 6.4″ (16.26 cm)
Storage 64 GB
Rear Camera 12+16+12 MP
Selfie Camera 8+5 MP
Battery 3300 mAh
Ram 6 GB

The LG V40 ThinQ is the first phone in the world that lets you take an ultra wide-angle shot or zoom in, thanks to the three cameras on its back. From the 107° ultra wide lens, through the 78° main lens to the 45° telephoto lens, the new flagship covers 3x worth of optical zoom (the lenses are 16-25-50mm in 35mm equivalent).

Hidden Features

1. Double-tap to wake it up

If you own any recent LG phone you’ll be familiar with this feature. If not, you’ll wonder how you ever did without it.



Simply double-tap the screen to wake it up. This lets you start doing stuff without having to pick the phone up and locate the rear power button. Why don’t all phones let you do this?

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2. How to change the navigation buttons

You’ll find the standard Android navigation buttons, Back, Home, and Recent apps are displayed at the bottom of the screen on your LG V40 ThinQ, but you can change them if you want to. If you’ve switched from a Samsung phone and find you expect Back and Recent to be the opposite way around, then you can make it happen by going to Settings > Display > Home touch buttons > Button combination. Tap and hold an icon to drag it to a new position. You can also add Notification, Capture+, or QSlide if you’re so inclined.

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3. Unlock it with your face

The latest flagship phones are big on facial recognition, and the LG V40 ThinQis no different. It uses the selfie-camera to instantly recognize your face and unlock itself, even when the phone screen’s off. Here’s how to set it up:

1. Go to Settings. Select Lock Screen.

2. Choose Face Recognition.

3. Tap NEXT, START, and follow the onscreen instructions.

4. Tap OK. Job has done.

4. How to use the Floating Bar

If you want to use LG’s shortcut Floating Bar, which places a small tab on your screen you can tap to unfurl a floating bar of app shortcuts, screen capture controls, music player controls, or quick contacts, then go to Settings > General > Floating Bar. Toggle it on and off or tap on Floating Bar to go in and customize what it does.

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5. Draw, write or doodle on the screen

You can write or draw on the LG V40 ThinQ’s display with a simple button tap – no special pens required. So if you’re in the mood for a quick doodle or need to take some urgent notes, give the pencil icon on your floating bar a tap. When you’re done, tap the check mark to save your work.

6. How to take a screenshot or GIF

The basic Android method for capturing a screenshot is to press and hold the Power button and simultaneously press and hold the Volume down button until you hear a screenshot sound and see an onscreen animation indicating that a screenshot has been captured. It works on the LG V40 ThinQ and you’ll find the screenshots in an album called screenshots in the Photos app.

LG also allows you to capture just a portion of your screen, an extended screenshot, or a GIF via the Floating Bar. Go to Settings > General > Floating Bar and make sure only Screen capture is toggled on. Go to the screen or video you want to capture and tap the arrow to unfurl the Floating Bar, then tap the pencil icon to take a basic screenshot that you can then annotate. The down arrow icon allows you to capture more than just what’s on screen, the crop icon allows you to crop just a portion of your screen to capture, and the GIF icon lets you create a GIF from a video on a screen.

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7. Bring back your app drawer

You won’t see an app drawer when you switch on the LG V40 ThinQ for the first time. That’s because there isn’t one – all your apps are displayed on your home screen, and that’s just the way it is. Unless you do the following:

  1. Go to Settings. Select Home screen.
  2. Select Home, then Home & app drawer

8. How to save battery life

is to reduce the screen resolution. Go to Settings > Display, scroll down to Screen resolution and consider setting it to Medium, which is 2,160 x 1,080 pixels. At just 1,440 x 720 pixels, the Low setting is a step too far for us. You should also set your Screen timeout in Settings > Display as low as you can.



Dip into Settings > General > Battery & power saving to check your Battery usage and identify problem apps or services. You’ll also find the Battery saver option in here, which will extend your battery life by reducing performance and restricting background activities. If none of that works for you, then it may be time to shop for a good portable charger.

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