News by Luke Jones on Saturday January 31, 2015.
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LG was at the forefront of the screen revolution that saw 1080p relinquish its crown to 2K Quad HD panels last year. The company's G3 flagship was the first with Quad HD resolution and has been followed by numerous flagships since. However, while 1080p Full HD stood atop the screen pile for some time, Quad HD's reign could be short lived, and before the resolution really took off.That's because LG is at it again and with its upcoming G4 flagship the Korean giant will up the ante once more. The company will ditch 1440 x 2560 for 1620 x 2880 3K technology according to some reports out of Korea. That panel will be capable of a pixels per inch density of 300ppi, by far the highest in the smartphone market. This is still a rumor at the moment, but look forward to being dazzled by a LG screen once more.
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