As the LG V30 launch date is getting closer, LG has started to tease its feature to create the buzz around the upcoming phablet flagship. In this process, LG has now confirmed on a crucial aspect of the device which is the display while confirming many of the previous rumors. It means it is now official, the LG V30 will be sporting a POLED display which basically is Plastic OLED display.
The confirmation has come in the form of an official blog post from LG where it has further mentioned that it will be a 6-inch display. This is again in line with a few of previous reports about the device. As it is the Plastic OLED display, you can expect it to be more durable than standard OLED displays and not to mention the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection it will be offering additionally.
In terms of technical specs, the LG V30 will basically have a 6-inch Quad HD+ POLED FullVision display (1440 x 2880 pixels) along with edges on both sides like the currently available Galaxy S8. It simply means users will have a bigger display at their disposal within a smaller and easy to grasp body. To make this better than last time, LG has reduced the top and bottom bezels by 20% and 50% respectively when compared to the LG V20. Even the LG logo has been moved from the front bottom bezel to the back panel.
While LG showed only the bottom part of the display, we have got a full render of LG V30’s front panel from a Twitter user @UnverseIce. The leaked render also shows LG V30’s display in comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S8+ and LG G6. You can have a look at both of these unofficial renders in the slideshow below.
These renders fall in line with yesterday’s report talking about LG V30 coming without a secondary display. You can see that there is no display at the top which means more display area which is certainly a good thing for those who love to consume media or play games on their phones.
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