LG W41 leaked in two colours with five cameras, a capacitive fingerprint scanner and a more modern design than its predecessor
LG is lining up new W-series smartphones, according to Evan Blass. The South Korean company announced the W31 series in November 2020, which comprised the W31 and the W31 Plus. However, LG will replace those two devices with the W41, W41 Plus and W41 Pro.
Blass has shared a render of the W41 too, to which he claims LG has assigned the model number LMK610. The render not only confirms the design of the W41, but also that it will have a 48 MP primary camera and a capacitive fingerprint scanner.
In total, the W41 will have five cameras, with four on the back. It looks like the W41 has a 3.5 mm headphone jack, too. Other specifications about the W41 series remain unknown. Currently, LG sells the W-series exclusively in India.