In its next smartphone flagship, LG plans to block the first plastic OLED full-vision display. One of the advantages: maximum display size with comparatively small housing dimensions.
The next smartphone flagship from LG is to become the first device on the market with a plastic OLED full-vision display (P-OLED). This puts the Koreans on the full-vision format already used in the models G6 and Q6. The background: Consumers are calling for ever larger displays, but avoid oversized telephones that can not be held and operated comfortably with one hand. LG’s full-vision displays are an attempt to meet this trend.
The new display should have a diagonal of more than 6 inches at a resolution of 1,440 x 2,880 pixels and is characterized especially by its thin profile and a brilliant display. In addition, it is also because of the low response time ideal for virtual reality applications, as LG stressed. This should be ten times shorter than with LC displays and so eliminate afterimages. Protects against scratches Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
Despite the XXL display, the housing of the upcoming flagship will be smaller than the V20, which LG had brought to the market last year. In direct comparison with the V20, the manufacturer has own data according to the upper and lower screen edge by 20 and 50 per cent can reduce. In addition, thanks to the P-OLED technology, it was possible to round up the display edges and thus improve the ergonomics again, as LG emphasized.
However, baking phenomena such as those caused by early OLED screens are meant to be a thing of the past, thanks to the use of new technologies for encapsulating and scanning pixels. The encapsulation is intended to significantly reduce the oxidation of the pixels; And thanks to LG’s pixel-scanning technology, each pixel can now be controlled with less energy, which also saves battery charging