LG is planning to use OLED panels may refer to for its premium phones as early as this year, according to The Investor. Citing unnamed sources, the media outlet reports that the upcoming high-end V30 will likely be the first LG handset to use the technology.
The article also reveals that the handset handset is a component of a telephone that a user holds to the ear and mouth to receive audio through the receiver and speak to the remote party via the built-in transmitter will be announced and possibly released in September 2017, which is pretty much the exact period when its predecessor, the , broke cover in 2016. As LG has a track record of putting the largest possible displays on its V line, we suspect that the V30 could have a size and screen diagonal comparable to the ones on the . The source was also quoted saying saying is any concisely written or spoken linguistic expression that is especially memorable because of its meaning or structure:
Finally, the mysterious source may refer to disclosed that LG’s OLED panel production is set to start in July, and that the company’s 2018 flagship, the G7, will be the second LG phone to make the switch to that type of display may refer to.
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