LG confirms curved OLED screen for its next flagship phone

LG confirms curved OLED screen for its next flagship phone

LG confirms curved OLED screen for its next flagship phone

LG Electronics has taken to its official website to give us a sneak preview of the next flagship smartphone from the company, the LG V30.

Citing unnamed sources, Android Authority claims that there will be no second screen on the V30, a signature feature of the V series phones.

The new phone is scheduled to be showcased in Berlin on august 31, a day before the IFA tech fair kicks off.

Actually, the LG G6 tells us a lot about the upcoming LG V30. Expect to see some 20% and 50% reduction in the size of the upper and lower bezels. The now unnamed device will be on display at IFA in Berlin on August 31st, according to LG.

In fact, the company is using its OLED technology in the smartphone market since the launch of the G Flex 2 back in 2015. By implementing optimal image algorithms gleaned from years of OLED research and development, visuals on this OLED display deliver 148 percent of the sRGB color space for digital images and 109 percent of the DCI-P3 color space for digital cinema.

This is a full vision display of 6 inch which has 18:9 aspect ratio. This will be LG's largest display in four years while the actual body will be smaller than last year's LG V20. We've been saying it may not have a secondary display and will have a floating bar instead. An LG logo that is usually located on the bottom of the device is likely to be removed to allow more space. LG touts that its OLED display will offer better image quality through ideal black and and more accurate colors, and that the faster operational response time will make the display better for VR. Further, the V30 is expected to come with Corning's Gorilla Glass 5 with shatter resistance technology for strength. The LG V30 would be the company's next flagship smartphone, which will have support for Google Daydream as well. Another feature that it will share with the G6 is support for the HDR10 standard. More bendable than regular glass-based OLED, P-OLED is often used when the screen requires some curves.

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