LG confirms that the G7 ThinQ will benefit from a 19.5: 9
LG has begun to officially announce its new flagship, the G7 ThinQ, which it will launch next month. However, it seems that despite the fact that there are already high-resolution images with the device on the internet, the company still does not want to confirm too much about it. What we have, however, is a press release that shows the phone's display, which, according to LG, is "the most performing and luminous" in its class
The company revealed that the LG G7 ThinQ (which looks to be the final and official name of the phone) will benefit from a 6.1 "diagonal FullView display on 19.5: 9 format. This suggests that in terms of format, it will be similar to the screen on the iPhone X and not that on other devices such as 18.5: 9 Galaxy S9 or 18: 9 models. It will benefit from QHD + resolution, which in this case means 3,120 x 1,440 pixels, which is probably the phone with the highest resolution apart from the few that have 4K panels
The display is built on OLED technology and is presented as a "Super Bright" display, rated at a brightness of 1,000 cd / m2. 100% compatibility with the DCI-P3 color standard ensures that HDR10 content is displayed in optimal settings. Users will have a choice between several display modes, depending on their preferences. There is an Eco mode, focused on low energy consumption, Cinema, Sports, Games and Experg. Auto Mode analyzes the content and automatically chooses the display mode.
The images offered by LG confirm the presence of a cut at the top of the display, but also the fact that there will be a software feature that can cover the area around the "bang" to fuse with the notification bar. Last but not least, the company is talking about something called "New Second Screen", which might be a secondary screen or a software feature. LG description suggests that notifications can be displayed here, and this area can also be decorated with different colors for a personalized experience.
Perhaps the Korean manufacturer delivers such vague intentions to attract more attention on May 2, when the official presentation will take place.