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Wow phone with 2560X1440 resolution with a pixel density of 538 PPI display:


LG is probably getting a little tired of scraping for brand recognition versus big names like Samsung, Apple and yes, even Google. However, the company is also likely taking solace in the fact that their smartphone sales figures are heading for an all-time high in 2014, with an estimated 60 million units projected to be sold this year. Part of that success probably comes from private label sales of devices like the LG-made Google Nexus 5, though the LG G2 certainly sold its fair share as well. So, at the end of the day, LG is sort of the "sleeper" of smartphone makers and as a major OEM display manufacturer, they've got the chops to compete with the best of breed in the race for superphone dominance.


LG's third iteration of their popular "G" line of flagship smartphones, simply dubbed the LG G3, is the culmination of all of the innovation the company has developed in previous devices to date, including its signature rear button layout, along with cutting-edge IPS display technology that only a first tier manufacturer can muster. In fact, the G3's 5.5-inch QHD display drives a resolution of 2560X1440 with a pixel density of 538 PPI, one of the highest density smartphone displays to hit the market to date. With high-end, flagship smartphones, the display is a major-league part of the experience.....


Read more: http://hothardware.com/Reviews/LG-G3-Review-QHD-High-Res-Android-Power/#!6eqdN#ixzz365pBGbq4

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So if the human eye is incapable of distinguishing pixels at just over 300 ppi, why do these companies keep pushing out higher pixel densities? The higher resolution means the device is using more processing power, which then reduces battery life.


It's sad, really.

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