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Thursday
Aug032017

LG V30 to get OLED display, new leaked render for the phone’s display surfaces

LG has just confirmed that its next flagship, the V30 is getting a six-inch OLED display as rumours have stated before. LG says it’ll get a FullVision display, which means it gets a similar display with the G6. That means, we’d get to see an 18:9 aspect ratio with thinner surrounding bezels. GSMArena got a new leaked render showing off what the display could possibly look like. You can see it between the G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ in the image above. As The Verge points out, it’ll be a smaller device than the V20 but will have bigger screen real estate. Its upper and lower bezels will be reduced by 20 and 50 percent, respectively. The LG logo will be relegated to the back of the device. Aside from that the OLED display will cover 109 percent of the DCI-P3 color and support HDR10 with VR compatibility in mind. It’ll be LG’s second OLED phone since the G Flex 2 was announced two and a half years ago. We’re expecting to see the V20 successor at IFA in Berlin on August 31st.

The FullVision display’s immersive and expansive visual experience is enhanced on the 4.15 million pixels of the QHD+ (1440 x 2880) OLED screen. Superb image quality is achieved via emissive OLED technology which reproduces perfect black and colours with greater accuracy and across a wider colour spectrum. 

“Expertise in OLED has long been a core competency of LG, and the technology has always been seen as a potential value-add for smartphones,” said Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “With competition in the global smartphone space fiercer now than ever, we felt that this was the right time to reintroduce OLED displays in our mobile products.”

The FullVision display’s immersive and expansive visual experience is enhanced on the 4.15 million pixels of the QHD+ (1440 x 2880) OLED screen. Superb image quality is achieved via emissive OLED technology which reproduces perfect black and colours with greater accuracy and across a wider colour spectrum.

By implementing optimal image algorithms gleaned from years of OLED research and development, visuals on this OLED display deliver 148 percent of the sRGB1 colour space for digital images and 109 percent of the DCI-P32 colour space for digital cinema. Another intrinsic advantage of OLED technology is operational response time which is tens of times faster than LCD. This accelerated response time effectively eliminates afterimages, an important consideration for action movies and VR. And with support for HDR10, watching compatible movies and videos on this display offers a whole new eye-opening experience.

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