LG G6, LG V30 to Ship with the First QHD+ Display Screen in the World

LG G6 OLED Technology

Just recently more leaks emerged showing off some of the specs and features to expect on the upcoming LG G6, the successor to last year’s LG G5.

The LG G5 was without a doubt a unique phone. It was the first to debut the modular design, although the trick did not impress many LG fans like Motorola managed to do with its modular Moto Z flagship. According to recent reports, the failed LG G5 has led to the company planning drastic changes to the future LG G6, which should just be weeks away from launch, unless LG has different ideas about this date.

Back then, it was leaked that the LG G6 will come with a 5.3-inch LCD display screen that features a 5D curved glass panel and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels (QHD), same as last year’s G5. But in a new developing story about the same phone, it seems the South Korean tech giant has other plans in mind. As it is, the tech giant has confirmed that it will be shifting the display resolution of its upcoming LG G6 flagship from QHD to QHD+, the first of its kind in the world.

Apparently, this screen has an aspect ratio of 18:9, meaning users of the new phone will enjoy a more immersive experience alongside better multitasking and dual-screen functionality thanks to the wider display room. This QHD+ screen will be based on a resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels, but there is still no shift to OLED technology.

LG G6

One thing that remains unconfirmed about this development is the screen size of the LG G6. The newly confirmed QHD+ display screen has a size of 5.7 inches, which is the size LG has previously used on the LG V20 and LG V10 flagships. Whether this same screen size will be maintained for the G6 is still unknown, however, it is possible we could see this same screen appearing on the LG V20 successor, possibly the LG V30. As for the LG G6, it could user a smaller 5.3-inch screen but with the same QHD+ resolution.

Are you excited about the upcoming LG G6 smartphone with QHD+ resolution display screen? Be sure to leave your comments below.

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