This super retina display LG was showing off at Display Week boasts a 1920 x 1080 resolution, with an impressive 440 pixels per inch of the crispest, smoothest RGB you’ve ever seen on a 5-inch screen. Although we doubt Apple would go to LG for a display panel, this resolution would be in line with something we’d see out of Cupertino or Samsung’s labs in a next-gen smartphone. In fact, we’re pretty damn surprised Samsung didn’t reveal this first. The Galaxy S3 has a 1920 x 720 resolution display, which is AMOLED mind you, and 306 PPI, and available right now. We can expect one of LG’s upcoming Android handsets to pack this super retina with extremely high PPI count; it also features AH-IPS (advanced high-performance in-plan switching) which gives enhanced viewing angles. Not something for private emails on the metro, but with a crowd around you watching a YouTube flick, it’ll be perfect.[ Source ]
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