We all know very well that the LG G7 screen is being one of the great protagonists of the leaks we are experiencing in recent weeks, especially in a subject that is still controversial, the possible inclusion of a notch in the upper part of the panel. However, now according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant LG’s G7 will not feature an OLED display in order to reduce costs.
LG G7 Will Not Feature An OLED Display In Order To Reduce Costs
LG has missed its usual appointment at the MWC in Barcelona last February, and it has done it for a good reason, as they want to offer us the best LG G7 possible. A few months ago we learned that the LG G7 would be redesigned from scratch. And now we have known that the LG G7 could arrive without the OLED display.
Undoubtedly the LG G7 screen is being one of the great protagonists of the leaks we are experiencing in recent weeks, especially in a subject that is still controversial, the possible inclusion of a notch in the upper part of the panel.
There would be important news on the screen of the LG G7
There is no doubt that LG phones, especially the top of the range, both the G series and the V, have been characterized by having the best screens on the market.
In fact, the South Korean giant LG has boasted in its latest LG V30 that this phone is ultimately the best six-inch smartphone display in the world. For that, it uses the OLED technology of its prestigious televisions. Something that could be part of the past if we ignore the forecasts of analysts regarding this new model.
According to these, the South Korean giant LG would be considering the possibility of providing the LG G7 with an LCD panel, specifically with MLCD+ technology, which consumes 35% less energy and also has a better brightness than traditional LCD panels.
Although the great motivation of the South Korean giant LG to dispense with the OLED panels and opt for this LCD would be the cost of this within the set of the terminal. As you know, OLED panels, although they are much better, are also much more expensive, and are one of the main factors of the high price of some range of smartphones.
Something that has been demonstrated this year with the arrival of the iPhone X, and its price of up to more than $1000. So in this way, the South Korean giant LG could have taken the decision to sacrifice the OLED panel by offering a more competitive price range cap.
Of course, from our point of view one of the strengths of LG range bumps are precisely the OLED panels on its screen, so perhaps its followers do not understand this drift too much with the screen. In any case, we could see how the LG G7 adopts this screen technology, while the LG V40 retains its characteristic OLED panel as a true top of the range.
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