LG has detailed some of the new technology that will be going into its next flagship device, which is all but guaranteed to be the V30. And yes, this will finally mark LG’s permanent jump to OLED for their flagship devices.
The P-OLED display will be six inches while the body of the phone itself will be smaller than the V20, although the 2880 x 1440 screen means we’re going to see another tall phone with the wider aspect ratio.
To help with the slimmed down bezels, LG will also be using a curved screen. It’s probably going to look really similar to the Galaxy S8, but that’s not such a bad thing.
The actual specifications of the new panel are just as impressive, too. LG says the panel will deliver 148% of the sRGB color space and 109% DCI-P3 color space, which means your images and videos are going to look stellar. The response time is 10x better than LCD panels, which will be a boon for VR.
One advantage LG’s display tech will have over Samsung’s AMOLED is its intrinsic ability to prevent pixel burn-in. That’s not to specifically call out Samsung, as pretty much all OLED panels struggle with pixel burn in, but it looks like the V30 won’t have those problems.