The Technology Used in the LG G6 panel will be called “Full Vision”

One of the most anticipated phones of the year is, without a doubt, the LG G6. Although its predecessor did not reap the expected success, LG seems ready to mend the mistakes of the past with its new bet for the high end. And is that, according to recent rumors, everything points to the LG G6 will innovate in certain aspects in which the G5 faltered.

Without going further, one of the aspects that has caught the attention of the still not presented G6 is its screen, which will not resemble what big technology firms have accustomed us. The latest leak we have been able to access thanks to The Android Soul points to the expected smartphone will use the so-called QHD + resolution.

LG G6 Full Vision panel and news

Perhaps because it is the first company in the world to use this type of panel, LG has decided to coin the name “Full Vision” to it. It seems that the main peculiarity of this “Full Vision” screen will be its relative lack of bezels and curious resolution of 1,440 x 2,880 pixels, giving it an 18: 9 aspect ratio.

On the other hand, the technology used in this panel will be LCD and will have a size of 5.7 inches according to the latest rumors. As for the other features, the LG G6 will be one of the most powerful smartphones of the moment, although unfortunately, will not enjoy the latest Qualcomm.

No, it seems that due to Qualcomm’s decision to allow the Samsung Galaxy S8 to be the first device with the Snapdragon 835, the LG G6 will have to settle for the no less spectacular Snapdragon 821. This could translate into advantages as a slight price reduction, which has not yet been confirmed.

Anyway, it seems that LG has heard the complaints of its users and, as far as possible, has rectified them in the future G6 which we can see in the next MWC 2017.


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