LG revealed new LCD-panel for its flagship LG G4
South Korean company LG has announced the start of mass production of the new 5.5-inch QHD LCD-panels, which it will use in its new flagship smartphone LG G4.
As part of the official announcement, it was announced that the density of pixels per inch in the new displays have a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, is 538 ppi. At the same color range of new screens is 120 percent, allowing displays much richer and more clearly reflect the color output, compared to the displays used in other similar devices. Most of these devices, including, for example, iPhone 6 Plus, providing about 100 percent of the color gamut. Company officials say that to achieve a richer palette of colors in the new displays LG has managed through the use of blue (instead of yellow) LED chips together with the red and green phosphors.
In addition, LG promises that it will provide the new displays a 50 percent higher ratio contrast ratio compared with other QHD-panels. In addition, the new panels offer 30 percent higher brightness without sacrificing power. With this combination, the black color on the screen becomes clearer and deeper. In the end, LG engineers say that the new displays used technology Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT), which makes it so sensitive that touching it will be recognized even if the screen is wet. Could this mean that the new flagship smartphone LG G4 get waterproof? We will be able to know more about this on April 28, when will be the official announcement of the device.http://gizbrain.com/2015/04/05/lg-revealed-new-lcd-panel-for-its-flagship-lg-g4/https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/gb_LG-G4-display.jpg?fit=650%2C404https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/gb_LG-G4-display.jpg?fit=150%2C150LGTECH NEWSLG,LG G4,smartphoneSouth Korean company LG has announced the start of mass production of the new 5.5-inch QHD LCD-panels, which it will use in its new flagship smartphone LG G4. As part of the official announcement, it was announced that the density of pixels per inch in the new displays have a...John GreenJohn GreenJohngreen@gizbrain.comContributorJohn Green is a writer at GizBrain.GizBrain - Your Tech Brain