LG V30 To Feature A Plastic OLED FullVision Display

The OLED FullVision display will feature an unbelievable resolution of 1,440×2,880 (4.15 million total) pixels said the statement from LG. Though the device has a larger screen than last year's model, it will actually be a smaller device.

This display will also show 148% of the sRGB color space for digital photographs which is indeed a good thing. LG has managed to reduce the upper bezel by 20 percent, while the lower bezel has been reduced by an impressive 50 percent when compared to the V20 from past year.

It had always been rumored that the V30 would become the first LG phone since 2015's G Flex 2 to feature an OLED display.

This will be the first time LG has put its Full Vision display technology - which debuted on the LG G6 - together with an OLED panel.

If the reports flashing on tech websites are to be believed, LG is planning to launch its new flagship device later this year and this time it could feature an OLED display. An LG logo that is usually located on the bottom of the device is likely to be removed to allow more space. The LG V20 arrive previous year with the 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC, Hi-Fi video shooting from the front and rear cameras.

This new information on the LG V30's capabilities was exclusively reported by Android Authority.

Breaking off the tradition that the LG V10 began with the dual-display, the upcoming LG V30 will reportedly ditch the secondary display for a what is being called a "floating a bar".

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. It will also support the HDR10 standard. Expect the device to go official during the IFA event in Berlin on September 1. The QHD+ OLED screen will also feature curved edges to improve ergonomics and, despite being plastic, there's still protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 5. And the upcoming LG V30 will be delivering even better multimedia experience. 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).

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