LG today revealed that its forthcoming flagship, the V40 ThinQ, can capture cinemagraphs. The feature, called Cine Shot, lets people record several seconds of video and then create a still image that has a moving segment. For example, a cinema graph can show a person blowing bubbles wherein the person is perfectly still but the bubbles float around the image. Cine Shots are stored in the .MP4 format and can be shared via most messaging apps. A similar motion capture tool is available from device made by Motorola and others. LG has already shown that the V40 ThinQ will be a metal-and-glass slate with a 6.4-inch screen. The phone will include five cameras. LG is expected to announce the phone in full on October 3.
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