LG Display, a Seoul-based unit of LG Electronics has unveiled a new improved QHD LCD panel for smartphones, and also announced that it will be used for company’s “forthcoming flagship smartphone to be unveiled at the end of this month”. The company however, did not revealed the name of the upcoming handset, but speculations are being made that it will be LG G4.
The mass production of the new 5.5-inch QHD IPS display with a 535ppi pixel density has begun and the company further added that the improved QHD IPS display comes with features including brightness, color gamut, contrast ratio, touch function, power consumption and thinness.
QHD display is the highest resolution display currently available for smartphones in the market that features 1440×2560 pixel with a staggering pixel density of 538ppi. As of now, the QHD display is available only on four flagship devices, namely, LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Motorola’s flagship Moto Maxx smartphone.
Byeong-Koo Kim, Vice President of the IT/Mobile Development Group at LG Display, added, “The company has maximized the essential display functions for mobile devices from touch to color gamut by using the latest technology and accumulated expertise. LG Display will continue to develop products that can offer the best user experience not only for smartphones, but also for tablets and notebook PCs.”