LG's next smartphone will have a plastic FullVision OLED display screen which will be spanking new in its consistency. As for the display resolution, LG said it will cram 4.15 million pixels in a QHD+ (2880x1440) orientation. Despite the bigger screen, the upper and lower bezels have been reduced by 20 and 50 percent and the LG logo has been moved to the back panel. According to a recent company statement, the switch to P-OLED in its upcoming flagship (highly rumored to be V30) is indicated, sporting a FullVision display which translates into really less bezel. All of it will be filled up by the display of course, which LG confirmed will be 6-inches this time.
It is notably not the first time when LG has played with an OLED panel. The phone is all set to launch at the end of this month, on the 31st of August at the IFA 2017 event.
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Use of plastic OLED also enabled LG to make the display to be slightly curved along the edges.
Before HTC launched the U Ultra earlier this year, the secondary display on top of the main display was a distinguishing feature of LG's V-series phablets. That's because the design will be similar and LG will likely ditch the second screen in favor of an edge-to-edge display.
Similar to the G6, the V30 will undoubtedly provide support for wireless charging and a Quad-DAC but this time, the company should include both additions, irrespective of what region it is going to be sold in.
Separately, an outline sketch of the LG V30 has also been leaked recently. The display will be a plastic OLED (P-OLED) which is meant to be stronger than glass (no doubt similar to the display type in the Moto Z2 Force). Further, the new display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The LG V30 would be the company's next flagship smartphone, which will have support for Google Daydream as well.