Aug 03, 2017

LG Electronics announced that its next flagship smartphone will be the first phone to adopt LG Display's plastic OLED FullVision display. This will be the first LG phone to use an AMOLED display since the G Flex 2 in 2015, and this is the first step in LG's plan to extend its OLED leadership from TVs to smartphones.

LG OLED FullVision teaser

The new phone (which will be the V30) will have 6" QHD+ (1440 x 2880) display that is similar in size to the display used in the V20 - but the phone's body will be smaller as the upper and lower bezels were reduced by 20% and 50% compared to the V20. LG further discloses that the new display will achieve a color gamut of 148% sRGB 1 color space and 109% of DCI-P3. The edges of the display will be curved following Samsung's popular edge-type phone design.

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"1090% of DCI-P3 2"I didn't even know there was v2 of DCI-P3, but 1090% of that is impressive ;)

Oops, this was a mistake of course, thank you for pointing that out.