Just recently, LG announced the world’s first 5.7-inch QHD+ (1440×2880 pixels) display that sports an aspect ratio of 18:9 and pixel density of 564ppi.
According to the company, the display was built in such a way that users would get the best of an immersive viewing experience as well as enabling them with the capability of multi-tasking or using a dual-screen feature, given the nature of its large size.
According to reports, LG is currently planning to feature this display on its upcoming flagship smartphone device, said to be called the LG G6.
More from the report, it was discovered that the company is making use of its inTouch technology in order to make the display more responsive to touch. Also, part of the reason the company had to make use of own inTouch technology was to ensure the frame of the smartphone device’s frame as thin as possible given the fact that it wouldn’t sport a Touch Cover Glass.
Furthermore, LG also claims that due to a 10-percent increase in transmittance, the outdoor visibility of the display is expected to be improved as well.
In comparison with conventional QHD LCD displays and apart from the cover glass, the module is reportedly less than 1mm thick with its bezel width reduced by a 20 percent at the top and around 10 percent on the left and right sides.
Compared to the LG G5 smartphone, which was launched last year that featured a conventional QHD LCD display with screen resolution of 1440×2560 pixels – LG’s upcoming G6 flagship device can be expected to feature the Company’s new QHD+ display.