The oft rumored 2K display said to come bundled inside the upcoming LG G3 has been perhaps the industries worst kept secret. The subject of countless leaks, LG is finally coming clean, confirming that the 5.5-inch QHD LCD display will take center stage in their upcoming flagship debuting later this year.
“The new Quad HD LCD panel will be unveiled with the forthcoming LG’s flagship smartphone to be launched in the first half of the year.”
Given LG already announced their QHD displays back in August of last year, you may be asking yourself exactly what is the news here? Well, LG is just letting the world know that the displays have been certified by NEMKO, a testing and certification organization based in Norway — and will going into mass production shortly. Also, they’ve managed to shrink the bezels down by .5mm from when they were detailed last year, measuring in at only 1.2mm thick, and carrying a tiny 1.15mm bezel.
LG’s new QHD panels will carry a pin sharp 2560×1440 resolution and once again, you can expect them to debut in the still unofficial LG G3. Sounds delicious.
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