LG’s G7 ThinQ Smartphone to Feature Super Bright LCD Display

April 28, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG has stepped in to its usual process of revealing the tidbits of its upcoming device ahead of the launch. As a result, the South Korean manufacturer has revealed more of its much-anticipated display technology used in the LG G7 ThinQ smartphone.

According to the revealed details, LG’s G7 ThinQ smartphone will feature a 6.1 inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 3210×1440. That makes the aspect ratio bigger than the usual 18:9 ratio. The 19:5:9 aspect ratio has been embraced although to compensate for the notch that will be featured in the display.

But what stands as the highlight is the so-called ‘Super Bright Display’. The absence of an OLED panel for a flagship supposed to rival the likes of Galaxy S9 is a big drawback. And that’s despite returning to the OLED technology with the V30 device. But LG is hoping to compensate that with the Super Bright Display that covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut. LG’s display will also be capable of going up to 1000 nits, but this achievement comes with a cut of 30% power consumption compared to the G6 flagship.

LG’s claim of the super bright display could only be vindicated once we have a first-hand experience of the device. But according to the claims, LG’s G7 will be featuring the brightest and most vibrant display on the smartphone market today.

Additionally, LG will also have curved tempered glass placed above its display, though we are not sure if the display would be featuring any curves in it. LG will also improve the front form of the device by cutting down the bezel by up to 50%. Also, the notch-masking feature appears more efficient with notifications pushed to the sides even when the notch-sides get masked out.

We will get to know more of the details in the coming days, either officially or through leaks. And even if those doesn’t arrive, we would be knowing about the details not far from now, as LG will be unveiling the G7 flagship on the second week of May.

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