The reviewers disappointed with the six-inch smartphone display P-OLED production LG
In a recently presented smartphone LG V30 and Google Pixel 2 XL use OLED displays manufactured by LG. More precisely, one and the same model type P-OLED with a size of 6 inches and a resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels.
As we previously reported, testing a pre-production instance V30, experts of Ars Technica was in awe of its display. A recent survey of serial devices confirmed that the situation has not changed.
The review again noted the poor quality of the display Pixel 2 XL. Its disadvantages browsers, Ars Technica took the «dirty grain», always visible in the image. Especially clearly this defect manifests itself in dark rooms when the screen is not the minimum brightness.
In General, the display manufactured by LG is greatly inferior to the AMOLED display made by Samsung used smartphone Pixel 2.
In the review The Verge display V30 has got even more. According to observers, the screen will have problems with a uniform fill to a certain color in the image in this case are well visible grey streaks. Gradations of color displayed unevenly, with sharp edges and grit. In fact, a poor display spoils the impression from a good smartphone.