LG’s display division has just announced that their 5.5″QHD LCD display officially received the certification from Norway’s testing and certification organiation, NEMKO. The display will have a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution with a pixel density of 538ppi. The display has an ultra thin 1.15 mm bezel with a thickness of 1.25mm.
The new display will have the same level of brightness like the LG Full HD display, but the higher pixel density will yield 100 percentage of RGB color re-production, and also enhances the pixel structure design and aperture ratio, thus to maintain higher brightness.
In the press release, released to announce the certification of LG’s 5.5″ QHD display, the company confirmed that the display will be the part of their upcoming flagship, so it is officially confirmed that LG G3 will be coming with the 5.5″ QHD display with 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution. According to the company, the display will go on mass production within days.
“This product fulfills the core qualities of smartphone displays, which are high resolution and slim design, and I believe the consumers can enjoy vivid images that are close to real life with this display. LG Display will continue to maintain technology leadership in the super high-resolution smartphone display marker above 500 ppi resolution, which will take off this year,” noted Byung-Koo Kim, Vice president and Head of LG Display’s IT/Mobile Development Group.
To remind you, LG has scheduled for a press event on May 27, to announce their next flagship LG G3. More details are expected to unveil in the coming days. Following LG both HTC and Samsung have their plans with QHD display, and Samsung is planning to launch Galaxy S5 Prime as a G3 competitor and is expected to announce the device in June itself.