Published: Thu, August 03, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Confirmed: LG V30 to Feature Industry's First-Ever OLED Full Vision Display

LG Electronics' upcoming V30 that will be unveiled at the IFA trade show later this month is expected to ditch a secondary display screen, a signature feature of the bigger-screen flagship smartphone, industry sources said on August 3.

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. LG has come out with a post boasting of the smartphone's screen, which is LG's first ever OLED display for mobile. Also, more spec information about the smartphone has been leaked revealing its display size and camera details. Moving past the display, our source confirms that the LG V30 will be the first smartphone to feature a camera with an f/1.6 aperture, along with a Crystal Clear Glass Lens and improved transmittance. For the unaware, the LG Full Vision display technology is nothing but the 18:5:9 display, seen on the LG G6. Given how it seems to be losing its space in the smartphone market, it decided it was high time to bring its expertise to smaller form factors. Now, the company has also confirmed that its next flagship smartphone will come with 6-inch dual curved OLED display as rumoured before.

But wait, there's more! The LG V30 would be the company's next flagship smartphone, which will have support for Google Daydream as well. It will actually be using P-OLED or Plastic OLED. LG says that its next new flagship will be the first to use a plastic OLED FullVision display.

Just yesterday we reported that LG V30 will sport a 6-inch display and now the company has confirmed the same.

Further, the company has claimed to have implemented optimal image algorithms on this OLED display to deliver 148 percent of the sRGB colour space for digital images and 109 percent of the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative)-P3 colour space for digital cinema. P-OLED is created by placing pixels on a plastic substrate which is much stronger than a glass base.

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