iPhone X Plus with LG 6.5-inch OLED Display could debut this year
LG is close to signing a deal to supply OLED panels for the new iPhone devices. This is an exclusive edition of the smartphone that LG Display will produce about 15-16 million displays, which is not that much, given that Apple typically sells over 200 million units per year.
This iPhone model will feature a larger 6.5-inch OLED screen and will be announced before the end of 2018. This means that this iPhone model will enter the niche of the largest possible phone screens something that looks surprising an aggressive move by Apple, which took years to increase even with a small size its displays.
On Samsung Display will rely the 5.8-inch panels. That means we can see two iPhone 9 variants – one that will have dimensions similar to those of the current iPhone X, and the other one will be a Plus model that can be even larger. For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has display with 6.3-inch diagonal.
Previous reports have claimed that Apple plans to release a 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLED models of the next iPhone, with a mid-size 6.1-inch TFT LCD display as well. OLED displays are brighter and offer more vivid colors compared to an LCD display, but are also more expensive to manufacture.
So, while this is good news for LG, Apple fans might not be so happy. Remember, LG makes the Pixel 2 XL’s P-OLED display, and that phone turn to have some display issues. Samsung’s OLED displays used in the Pixel 2 and original Pixel phones had no such issues.http://gizbrain.com/2018/01/04/iphone-x-plus-with-lg-oled-display-debut-this-year/https://i1.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/iPhone-X-Plus-concept.jpg?fit=1300%2C711https://i1.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/iPhone-X-Plus-concept.jpg?fit=210%2C115APPLERUMORSTECH NEWSApple,iPhone,iPhone X,rumors,smartphoneLG is close to signing a deal to supply OLED panels for the new iPhone devices. This is an exclusive edition of the smartphone that LG Display will produce about 15-16 million displays, which is not that much, given that Apple typically sells over 200 million units per year. This...Michael K.Michael K.email@example.comContributorMichael K. is a writer at GizBrain. Hi guys hope you have fun here as much as I do!GizBrain - Your Tech Brain