LG will switch to OLED-screens for its flagships starting from V30

The company LG Electronics is going to start producing smartphones with OLED-displays in the second half of 2017. This was reported by the Korean edition of the Korea Herald with reference to sources in the industry.
LG will switch to OLED-screens for its flagships starting from V30
LG V20 According to sources, the first such smartphone will be the LG V30, preparing for the debut in September, and the next flagship, codenamed LG G7, will follow next year. It is noted that most OLED displays produced by LG Display in the Gumi E5 factory in the second half of the year will be used in LG Electronics smartphones, starting with the LG V30. A small amount will be supplied to Chinese manufacturers, hoping to "catch up and overtake" Samsung with Apple. Production of these panels starts in July. It should be noted that LG released its first smartphone with OLED-display back in 2013, it became a failed curved in the form of a banana G Flex. Now smart phones with curved on edges OLED-screens have started to be in demand.

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