LG introduces smartphone display with highest resolution yet

LG has developed a smartphone display which has the highest resolution and pixel density than any other on the market, according to pocket-lint.com.

The Quad HD-IPS LCD display boasts an impressive 2560×1440 resolution, as well as a pixel density of 538ppi. Not only that, but the display will also been the thinnest on the smartphone market, at just 1.21mm thick.

Talking about the updates, Dr Byeong-koo Kim, VP and head of LG Display’s development group told theinquirer.net: “LG Display, which pioneered the world’s first full HD smartphone panel in 2012, again opens new possibilities with the successful application of QHD technology.”

He added: “With this breakthrough, LG Display will continue to raise new standards for mobile resolution and lead the mobile display market.”

The new display will be good news for companies who use picture messaging as part of their marketing campaigns, as it means images will be seen in a high-quality on the phones.

The South Korean company has also boasted that the video quality of the display will match blu-ray standards.

It has not been announced when the new technology will hit the market, but it is likely that the new display will makes its first appearance on an LG smartphone, according to experts.