According to the smartphe industry May 9, Apple is expected to charge its next iPhone model of 6.1 inches with a MLCD + screen that LG was using in his G7 ThinQ smartphe. The MLCD + screen achieves a bright screen with less power csumpti than the LCD IPS screen.
While a traditial LCD screen has three subpixels, forming a red, blue, and green stripe, the MLCD + displays have a fourth white sub-pixel for increased brightness, but with a lower power csumpti. energy lower than that of an LCD IPS. The LG G7 has a brightness peak of 1000 nits, for example, compared with 625 nits and 804 nits the iPhone X.
Like the OLED screen of the iPhone X, the MLCD + displays can also display 100% of the wide DCI. P3 color gamut for better color accuracy. The panel in the G7 is capable of a 10-bit color depth, so if Apple used this technology, the 6.1-inch iPhone could be more in line with some HDR standards.
Rumors suggest that the 6.1-inch iPhone will essentially be a cheaper iPhone X, achieved through cost-saving design compromises, including the lack of a screen OLEDs. Based this report, however, it seems that the device could still have a better display than the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus.
The 6.1-inch iPhone will also have an aluminum frame rather than …