When it comes to smartphone displays, the two most popular technologies are LCD and OLED/AMOLED. OLED panels have quickly become the norm for flagship phones thanks to their deeper blacks and rich contrast, but phones like the LG G7 are evidence that LCD screens can still stand on their own.
The G7 is one of the only flagship Android phones in 2018 that still relies on LCD, and some of our forum members recently got together to talk about whether or not they're glad LG used this screen technology for the phone.
Here's what they had to say.
Moving to a broader scale, we'd now like to hear from you — Do you prefer LCD or OLED displays on smartphones?
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