Why the Chinese LG V20 and Samsung Galaxy S8 have a similar screen resolution?
Posted On July 8, 2021
The world’s largest screen is a key selling point for smartphones.
But a few months ago, Samsung and LG were the first to reveal that the new flagship devices would both have a 2560 x 1440 OLED panel.
Now, the two are also sharing a lot of the same specs, though Samsung has a slightly smaller one.
The LG V30 has a 5.1-inch screen, while the LG V35 has a 6.2-inch display.
But unlike their smaller cousins, both devices have a very wide 178-degree viewing angle.
In fact, both have an edge that extends to the corners of the screen.
LG’s screen has a wider viewing angle than Samsung’s because of the extra “glow” the screen emits.
It’s similar to what you’d get from an LCD panel, but it’s less bright and also less colorful.
Samsung’s panel is brighter than LG’s.
The difference is that Samsung’s has a lot more reflective glass, so it’s easier to see and it also looks a bit more natural.
LG has a higher-resolution, higher-contrast OLED panel, and it has a much larger screen than Samsung.
But the LG panel is also more reflective.
That means it’s easy to see what’s on the other side of the panel, whereas the Samsung panel is less reflective, making it harder to see the detail that you might want to see.
But both LG and Samsung’s panels are quite large.
Both have a 1080p display and they both have the same amount of pixels.
But Samsung’s screen is more than twice as large as LG’s, which means you get a bit of a bigger screen for your money.
The only difference between the two is the display size.
LG will also have a 5-inch version of its V30, which is expected to cost about $1,000.
Samsung will also launch its V20 at a slightly lower price tag.
Both devices will be unveiled on March 27.
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