LG is reported to launch its first smartphone, which will come loaded with an OLED display panel. The latest report hints that V30 will be the first smartphone from LG’s camp to sport ]this technology. Further, the brand might launch the device this year in September.
According to a report by The Investor, LG will finally switch to OLED panel for its upcoming flagship devices, and next year flagship device, tentatively named as G7, will be the second device sport an OLED display.
“Most OLED screens produced at LG Display’s Gumi E5 plant in the second half [of the year] will be used for its sister firm LG Electronics’ smartphones starting with the V30… Some of the OLED production will be supplied to Chinese phone makers who are hoping to catch up with front-runners such as Samsung and Apple,” the unnamed source was quoted as saying by the publication.
Further, the report highlights that the company will start mass production in July. LG is still stuck with LCD display, while its competitors like Samsung has adopted OLED for their flagship-level devices. Apple is also reported to use OLED display panel in the next iPhone. The report adds that LG will secure the panels on its own, from its display-making firm LG Display.
Talking about the upcoming LG V30, the smartphone is rumoured to come loaded with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and will probably be backed up by a 6GB of RAM along with some improved Quad DAC. It is also reported that the device might also sport dual camera setups both at the front and back of the device. LG is not the only player which is rumoured to roll out a quad-camera setup. LeEco is alsoreportedto be working on a flagship device which will come with a combination of dual camera set up both at the front and back.
The report further highlights that it will also come with some mysterious new feature and might be launched in the second half of 2017. The device was earlierreportedto skip the secondary ticker display, which was the highlight of the V series.