The LG G6 has been one of the highlights of the year, but it is true that after the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S8, it was in the background. Today we will see details about its new high range for these months, the LG V30, that would incorporate a curved screen like the terminals of Samsung.
LG has managed this year to make a device that is almost all screen, with an 18: 9 format. It has been the first manufacturer to do it officially since the Mi MIX is not sold in India officially but by import stores. This G6, like all its mobiles, goes down in price very fast, and the reason for this may be because it was not having much success in sales or because it is its strategy so that months after its exit follow a good level of sales.
The LG V are “rare” terminals. The first LG V10 surprised greatly by its design and double screen, but LG did not get much for it in Spain as it came much later than in the United States and could not be found in all stores. It seemed like this phone just was not going to succeed here.
The following year, the V20 was not even sold in Spain, so we already thought it was going to be a terminal made for specific markets, but lately, the rumors that come to us, make us see that maybe this time we can See it in Spain at the same time as in other countries.
LG V30: 6-inch curved display and P-OLED technology FullVision
For those who do not know, the P-OLED technology is aimed at another range of LG phones, exactly the LG G Flex. This same technology could be used for the LG V30 according to the latest rumors, but not in the same way, but would be used to simulate the curve screen of Note 8, something that many brands have wanted to do.
Its technology FullVision is the one that allows having a screen almost without frames, like the G6. We do not think there will be a big change here, as it will continue to have more or less the same screen ratio. Reusing this technology was the most logical thing the company could do at this point.
Finally, we know that your screen size will be 6 inches with QHD resolution, just like we could find in its high range of this first half of the year. It will carry Gorilla Glass 5 and will support HDR10. Its launch is dated for the IFA in Berlin and could be put on sale the last week of September.