LG V30's secondary display screen will be absent

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Both these factors combined have supposedly resulted in a larger 6-inch screen ensconced within a smaller body.

The latest display marks an update from the 18:9 ratio Full Vision display that was adopted by the G6 smartphone, which boasted a almost bezel-less design. "It will implement optimal image algorithms to deliver 148 percent of the sRGB1 color space for digital images, and 109 percent of the DCI-P32 color space for digital cinema".

The V30 with a 6-inch display will feature the upper and lower bezels 20 percent and 50 percent slimmer, respectively, compared to the V20.

Commenting on the impending launch, LG Electronics Mobile Communications President Juno Cho said, "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". It will also be LG's first OLED smartphone since the LG G Flex 2 released in 2015. LG is a Korean company which is worth its claims to making some of the most durable and functional high tech products of the world.

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LG has confirmed that its next phone will feature a Plastic OLED screen.

Plus, it's also shifted its logo to the rear of the handset to free up more screen space. And thanks to the plastic OLED (P-OLED) panel, LG said there would be no burn-in problems like those found in some OLED displays, while also allowing curved edges (below).

LG further says that consumers are looking for bigger screen smartphones in a compact form factor. This display will be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 with shatter-resistant technology. The company also suggests the phone will come with support for VR and HDR10.

LG has already sent invites for the event on August 31st, at which we believe that the company would announce the much-awaited LG V30, so just a few days are remaining to know what actually LG has been planning. According to a new report, however, the company is planning to replace the secondary display with a new "floating bar" on the upcoming V30. Are you looking forward to seeing what LG bring to the table with the V30?

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