LG shows of 6 inch QHD display, stating 600-700ppi isn’t far
If your hangover of the staggering LG G3 is not yet over, we have more good news for you. Earlier today in an interview one of the official revealed that LG Display is working on a 6-inch smartphone screen which boasts the same Quad HD, 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution seen on the exciting LG G3 device, launched earlier this week. Even the 600-700ppi density enabled display panels are not far off either. The G3’s panel measures 5.5-inches, and is the first of its type seen on a phone produced by a mainstream manufacturer.
Just a recap of LG G3′s display. it’s a 5.5 inch Quad HD AH-IPS LCD with a mind boggling 538ppi – more than the current LG Google Nexus 5′s 445ppi. During the interview we came to know about the 6 inch device with 491ppi – not as much as LG G3 but as the panel size increases it’s natural to have a bit lower ppi. An image accompanying the article showed a 6-inch Quad HD panel mounted on a display, alongside a 14-inch version.
LG will be taking the 6-inch Quad HD screen along to this year’s Society for Information Display (SID) show to be held in San Diego from June 1st. In last year’s event LG Display introduced its 5-inch flexible screen at the show, which would eventually become the 6-inch panel on the G Flex smartphone.
6 inch QHD Vivo Xplay 3S, which was technically the world’s first QHD smartphone with 490ppi, and also the Oppo Find 7 with 5.5 inch display with 534ppi, but LG G3 is the first branded Smartphone with such display resolution and pixels per inch density. There’s a good chance we’ll see LG’s 6 inch QHD panel debut in something like the LG G Pro 3.
Meanwhile LG already hinted that the LG G Flex 2 and Vu 4 are already in the pipeline for second half of 2014, so we just have to wait and watch how LG give us surprise after surprise by it’s innovations.
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