LG has announced that its upcoming G3 smartphone with a Quad HD resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, which rumours about this are confirmed. This resolution on a 5.5″screen provides a pixel density of 538ppi.
There are going to be for months, rumors about the use of a 5.5″screen with the resolution of 2560×1440 pixels for the G3 from LG. The Korean company has now confirmed that the next most important device in this panel. The report is part of the announcement that the ah-ips panel certified by Nemko, a Norwegian testing organization for electronics.
“The certification comes shortly before the new Quad HD lcd will be unveiled with the forthcoming LG’s flagship in the first half of this year, it is announced,” explains LG. This refers to the company on the G3 announcement on may 27th. The panel is 1.2 mm thick and has a screen edge of 1,15 mm, which according to LG, the slimmest edge of phone-lcd’s up to now. The panel will ‘soon’ in mass production, so it seems unlikely that the G3 on or around may 27, immediately will be available.
There are more manufacturers of smartphones with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels work. So will there be a version of the Find 7 from Oppo with that resolution and there are indications that Samsung and Huawei on such devices work.