LG is reported to be ditching its signature secondary display in favour of bezel-less display for its upcoming flagship smartphone, the LG V30. According to a report, the LG V30 will be the first smartphone to boast an OLED display panel.
As per a report by XDA Developers, the company will be ditching the secondary display on the V30. To recall, the major highlight of the LG V series is the secondary display, which is placed right above the primary screen. The screen displays quick shortcuts and notifications. However, it seems that the device will ditch this in favour of a near bezel-less display like we have seen in the LG G6 with a similar 18:9 aspect ratio.
Further, the report mentions that the smartphone will come loaded with an OLED panel. LG has relied on LCD display in the past and it seems that the brand is finally moving towards the OLED display panel for its next flagship device. This is in line with the previous report, which suggested the same.
The report also reveals some key specifications of the LG V30. To start with, the smartphone will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor along with 4GB of RAM and there will be a variant with 64GB of storage. The device will also come with an expandable storage option.
Recollecting some previous reports, the smartphone will boast some improved Quad DAC and it is also reported that it might feature dual camera setups at the front and back of the device. The device might come with some mysterious new feature and might be launched in the second half of 2017.