LG's flagship smartphone will feature the MLCD + 6.1 inch screen


Lately, details and specifications for a top-of-the-line smartphone from LG have been leaked under the name Judy, due out in mid-year.

At the beginning of the year, reports indicated that LG was planning to release revisions and upgrades of its flagship 2017 launches this year. In addition, LG G7 will be launched in March here.

For Judy, according to VentureBeat, the next generation, but the name of the machine is not the G-series and the machine will also be changed in design.

Judy will have the same features as the top smartphones in 2018, including the Snapdragon 845 processor that combines 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory. There's also a 16 MP rear camera with a f / 1.6 lens and a stereo Boombox.

In addition, the device is believed to be equipped with wireless charging technology, dust and water resistance IP68, AI digital assistant, speech recognition, AI camera.

Another special design on the machine is the display. Rumors are that Judy has a 6.1-inch screen with a 18: 9 aspect ratio and uses a new technology called MLCD +, developed from the LG V30's P-OLED display. In addition, the panel is equipped with a white subpixel next to the RGB cluster. RGBW displays up to 800 nit brightness but 35% less energy than standard IPS LCDs.

Finally, VentureBeat noted that LG will launch Judy equipment globally in June this year.

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