Maybe to offer a better user experience than a flat display or to give the device a selling point, LG G4 is said to have a curved display. Now, the reason can be anyone out of those two, but for now, the only thing that matter is how well we know the device, probably before the official launch.
According to a recent report published in BusinessKorea, the upcoming G4 smartphone is said to have a slightly curved display. The curvature is said to have a radius of 3000mm, which is pretty marginal and won’t make a major difference in the overall body shape.
But, this slight curve can protect the device from getting damaged since it won’t fall straight on the ground. And, these gizmos tend to meet the mother Earth very often.
We have already aware of the fact that the device will have a slight curve at the back, in an arc shape, that will help it to rest comfortably on the palm.
This slight curvature won’t make the device to be labeled among devices with a curved display like LG G Flex 2, Samsung Galaxy Round.
Till now, we are aware of most of the features and specifications of the G4, but there are still many to be unveiled. One major confusion going on is whether the device will be powered by a latest generation of Snapdragon chipset or an older one or maybe LG is also choosing MediaTek chipset.
LG has helped us to see the device in action through its G4 teasers released so far. The last one showcased three most highlight features of the upcoming UX 4.0 (Android skin).
Earlier, we came to know about the f/1.8 aperture lens that will be part of the rear camera unit, then we saw some pictures of the real leather that will cover the rear portion, and few more. The device is also said to have next generation IPS display, named Quantum IPS Panel.
LG has also confirmed that the device will be available from April 29 in its home country, South Korea while the rest of the world will get the device later in the next month.
For its home crowd, LG has also planned to offer a free screen replacement for one-year along with a free 64GB microSD card.
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