LG is currently gearing up for the launch of its major upcoming smartphone known as LG G4. Right now, it’s carefully sustaining the curiosity of fans with the help of information released in bits and pieces. The company’s display subsidiary known as LG Display released the all new QHD-LCD panel for smartphones. Reports indicate that has already been used in the upcoming LG G4. The launch of this flagship device will take place at the end of April. Before the launch of this device, there lots of rumors surfacing the internet.
However, with the confirmation news of LG Display, an official seal gets placed on the most-anticipated features. Let’s take a look at everything we know regarding this upcoming device. LG has officially sent out invites for two of its events that are scheduled to take place in New York and Seoul on 29th and 28th April respectively. According to the latest speculations, the LG G4 is one of the most anticipated devices of this year. It remains to be seen whether it can steal the spotlight from Samsung’s upcoming devices, the S6 and the S6 Edge.
With the release of this new display panel, a lot of details have been revealed regarding the screen used in G4. According to official reports from LG, the new displays will feature high color gamut, the contrast ratio and brightness without consuming a lot of power. The color gamut will be around 20 percent higher, contrast ratio will be set at 50% and brightness will be 30% higher. LG has used latest-photo alignment technology, which condenses the UV light in order to form crystal layer for a clearer picture and lessened light leakage. Meanwhile, LG has taken advantages of its in-cell touch in order to improve the response, as well as touch sensitivity.
In the meantime, Vice President of the IT/Mobile Development Group at LG Display, Mr. Yeong-Koo Kim, declared that the company has maximized the vital display functions for this device. They have improved the touch and color gamut using accumulated expertise and the latest technology features. Not only smartphones, but LG will continue to develop products for the best user-experience in tablets and notebook PCs.