The news for LG‘s friends is pleasant, as the company’s latest flagship, the LG V40 ThinQ, which was introduced last October, is officially coming to Europe as well.

The V40 ThinQ is the sixth V Series device that has so far had no presence in Europe, something to change. Two devices codenamed LM-V405EB and LV-V405EBW respectively, which are intended for Europe, have been known, while the relevant disclosure has been made through a V40 ThinQ approval from the European authorities regarding its wireless charging capability.

The news is also confirmed by a special firmware that is being developed at this stage and is LMV405EB-EUR-XX-NOV-30-2018 + 0, with “EUR” referring to the word “Europe” and indicating in a few words how it is intended for Europe. Until now, the models will come with the Android Pie installed and the LG G7 One in its launch as well as the prices and date of availability of the new devices.