Google announced its fourth-generation Android smartphone, the Google Pixel 4, that features a 90Hz 5.7″ 1080×2280 (444 PPI) LGD P-OLED display. The Pixel 4 XL features a larger 90Hz 6.3″ 1440×3040 (537 PPI) AMOLED display, also produced by LGD (P-OLED).
Display measurement experts DisplayMate reviewed the display and found that it is a state-of-the-art flexible OLED display that sets or matches several records, including the highest absolute color accuracy, the lowest screen reflectance and the smallest brightness variation with viewing angle.
This is great news for LGD that seems to be now producing the highest quality mobile OLED displays. Back in 2017, when LG Display started to produce its P-OLED displays for smartphones, it supplied a 6″ 1440×2880 display for Google’s Pixel 2 XL. Reviews of LGD’s first displays were rather dismal – as both reviewers and customers complained about bad color reproduction, graininess and problematic viewing angles. In addition many users seem to report serious image retention issues.
LGD managed to slowly improve the quality of its displays, and it seems that these are now of the highest quality.