LG V30 confirmed to have 6-inch VR ready P-OLED display

An early LG V30 render allegedly based on CAD drawings

An early LG V30 render allegedly based on CAD drawings

However, this is not the first device from LG to get an OLED display rather G Flex in 2013 and G Flex 2 is 2015 too was integrated with the same OLED display and now after two and half years the same display is being brought by LG.

The shift from LCD to OLED "marks a move by LG to extend its OLED leadership from the premium TV sector into the premium smartphone space", said an LG spokesman. Putting numbers to those claims, LG says its P-OLED panel will offer 148 percent coverage of the sRGB color space and 109 percent of the DCI-P3 color space.

NOT ONE FOR SURPRISES, LG has confirmed that it's making the switch to OLED for its upcoming flagship V30 smartphone. To achieve this, as seen in the render above, the LG logo is no longer on the front of the display as it was for the G6. And while LG hasn't explicity mentioned it in their press release, the image shared by the company below hints at the possibility of the V30 display having curved edges on both sides.

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The LG V30 will be launched on August 31 and will likely go on sale by the end of September. 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).

Before HTC launched the U Ultra earlier this year, the secondary display on top of the main display was a distinguishing feature of LG's V-series phablets. It will be also featuring Bang & Olufsen audio system, but there is no confirmation on whether the LG V30 will feature B&O speakers or an audio chip. Additionally, the LG V30's camera app will also have a new LG-log and Graphy feature, both of which are meant to give users a DSLR-like camera experience on the V30. The company says the panel is ideal for VR apps and supports HDR10.

Even if the V30 will have a larger (6-inch) display than its predecessor (which only had a 5.7-inch one), the new comer is actually going to be smaller in body than the V20, due to the 2:1 aspect ratio on the FullVision display. Additionally the screen feature a 1440 x 2880 pixel resolution that's set to be built from Gorilla Glass 5. The bezels of the V30 will be quite slim and sleek and thus it will be tinier than the V20.

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