LG today confirmed the details about the screen on its upcoming flagship G7 ThinQ smartphone that will be unveiled next week. As reported in earlier rumors , the phone will use a LCD screen instead of OLED screen on its V30 series. The phone will have a 6.1-inch (3120X1440 pixels) QHD+ display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and whopping 1000 nits brightness that will let you view the content clearly even under bright sunlight. It will also offer 100% DCI-P3 color coverage. LG calls it ‘Super Bright Display’.
LG says that the display will reduce battery drain by consuming up to 30% less power than the LG G6 with new low power algorithm. The phone will also have an option to hide the notch, similar to the Huawei P20 and the upcoming OnePlus 6. LG has also reduced the bezel thickness, while implementing a comfortable grip that fits in one hand to maintain the horizontal width, similar to the LG G6.
There is Eco Mode that maximizes battery efficiency while keeping brightness at the level balanced. The cinema mode and sports mode that adjusts the color and brightness of the display accordingly to offer the best viewing experience. Advanced mode allows users to adjust the colors of R (Red), G (Green) and B (Blue), as well as color temperature, saturation, hue and sharpness.
LG said that it plans to provide the best mobile viewing experience that people has never been seen before with the G7 ThinQ .