LG has confirmed that its new G3 flagship will be using a QHD display, packing in a huge number more pixels compared to today's smartphones.
The new screen, which will be 5.5 inches wide, will stuff in 2560x1440 pixels, compared to the 1920x1080 on offer today, bringing a bleedingly sharp 538PPI.
The new phone, which has been the subject of numerous leaks already, looks like it will maintain a smaller frame despite the larger display, as LG has managed to make the new panel only 1.2mm thick with a bezel of 1.15mm – thinner than those used in many current Full HD phones.
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The new display will be 1.8x sharper than the current Full HD screens, and LG reckons it has made great strides in offsetting the problems with brightness and battery efficiency through its own in house technology.
The new LG G3 will be launched later this month on 27 May in several locations around the world, when we'll get our first chance to see if that massive display is actually impressive or a gimmick for LG to use to sell more phones.