LG is due to unveil its next-generation flagship smartphone later this month. The LG G6 is going to be quite different from its predecessor, the LG G5, which was based on a modular platform that the company has ditched for its new flagship. There will be significant design changes as well. The LG G6’s display will be bezel-less so LG sees it fit to officially refer to it as a “Full Vision” display.
LG has said that the G6’s 5.7 inch Quad HD+ display is going to be called “Full Vision” because the 1,440×2,880 pixel resolution panel is going to “fill up the entire front face” of the flagship.
LG’s upcoming flagship is expected to feature a bezel-less display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The company has dropped hints which indicate that the handset will have a smaller body but more screen real estate. It may also have water and dust resistance as standard with improved multimedia features that take full advantage of the bigger display.
The company is going to formally announce the G6 at the Mobile World Congress 2017 later this month. It will actually be able to showcase its new flagship to the world before the Galaxy S8 because Samsung has decided not to unveil its next flagship at MWC 2017.