Gone are the days of only HD displays, now we are heading towards the era of large screen QHD Displays. LG’s Display division has announced that the company will be unveiling a 6-inch quad-HD display at San Diego’s SID expo to be held in June.
LG has also announced that it would be mass producing the 6-inch QHD displays with 491ppi of pixel density so that its partners could use it on the devices in 2014 itself. Though the pixel density is impressive, but it’s still lower than the recently launched 5.5-inch LG G3 smartphone’s 534ppi density. But the 6-inch QHD display position itself above all current 1080p full HD displays.
LG Display has also promised to reduce the pixel size on the same display, where it claimed that the company is researching on developing 6-inch display units with 600-700ppi density in near future.
At San Diego SID expo event, LG Display will also showcase its curved OLED displays with QHD resolution for TVs and that includes 47-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch curved QHD displays.
It’s still hard to read the consumer’s mind as well as the producer’s mind. It seems like in one side the company is fighting the pixel density war on its smartphones and on another side the company is jumping to a new QHD screens. Which one you prefer most – QHD or high-density screens on your smartphones?
[ Source (1), (2) (Korean) ]