LG Will Use Unique Software Magic On The LG G7 To Ensure Users Are Not Bothered By The Smartphone’s Notch


Not a big fan of notches? The advent of 18:9 displays leave manufacturers and users with an interesting conundrum. Such is the hatred against bezels, that the latter absolutely detest any form of obstructions to a seamless viewing experience. Even though Apple went through thick and thin to ensure a perfect facial recognition experience on the iPhone X, all anyone seems to care about is the smartphone's notch. Now, looks like Korean manufacturer LG might have a unique solution for this problem. Take a look below for the details.

The LG G7 Will Allow Users To 'Choose' Whether To View Its Top Notch During Regular, Everyday Usage According To Latest Tip

Just two weeks back we saw a video leak which showed the LG G7 in detail. To the disappointment of a lot of folks, the smartphone featured a notch at the top. However, what almost everyone missed was that the smartphone will allows users to switch towards a full view display, that will sacrifice the additional pixels at both sides of this notch.

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Now, the video's source, Ynet reminds everyone to take a closer look at the clip. After analyzing, we can confirm that this fact is true. And if you're doubtful about its authenticity, don't be. It's confirmed that the smartphone in question is the LG G7. The company did not unveil it at the MWC, choosing to take a step back after lukewarm market performance over the past couple of years.

It's a cool little trick that allows users to effectively decide whether to utilize the top of the display for viewing or not. If we're honest, it solves the notch problem quite elegantly. LG is known for its unique solutions, even if the market fails to appreciate them. The company debuted a really cool modular design with the LG G5, which allowed users to expand what their smartphone was capable of.

However, users did not respond positively and as a result, the company's mobile division faced some troubling times. The company dropped the ball with the LG G6, when it launched the smartphone with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821. An unprecedented blunder when we talk flagships, LG will now take its time with the G7. This time, we expect the smartphone will feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, which is a blessing. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.

News Source: Tech Radar