Unlike most flagship models that feature OLED panels, LG G7 might support an LCD panel, according to a new leak. The company skipped the MWC this year but, as per a previous report, is set to launch the LG G7 and G7 Plus sometime in May with an iPhone X-like notch. The absence of an OLED display panel from the next LG flagship may even push users towards the Samsung Galaxy S9 family that offers Super AMOLED displays or the iPhone X that debuted last year with an OLED display.
While the company hasn’t confirmed any rumoured information, it is reported that the flagship offering is expected to come with LG Display’s newly designed MLCD+ panel that is touted to claimed 35 percent less power than a conventional LCD panel and yet boasts better brightness.
Last year, LG launched the V30 as its first OLED smartphone. However, ahead of MWC 2018, the company brought the LG V30s ThinQ as an upgrade of the original V30 model with various artificial intelligence (AI) features to sustain its market share. The new smartphone notably sported a P-OLED display.
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