LG 5-Inch Full HD LCD AH-IPS Panel Touts Highest Res Display Till Date on a Smartphone

May 28, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As time moves on, the world of mobile gadgets develops minute by minute. However, this development is not even across the board when we look at different features of these devices.

For instance, battery technology seems to be at a standstill while chip power and display quality improves day by day.

To hold the line in this rapid development of display technology, LG now claims to have developed the highest resolution mobile display panel till date with their newly introduced 5″ Full HD LCD panel for smartphones.

Based on AH-IPS (Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching) technology, the new 5″ Full HD LCD panel from LG offers 440 ppi (Pixels Per Inch) and 1920 x 1080 resolution. In short, though it is just a five incher, it gives you pictures in the same quality as you watch them on a Full HDTV.

The panel keeps the same 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio like its predecessor 4.5″ panel which had just 329 ppi and 1280 x 720 resolution.

With the emergence and proliferation of fourth generation blaze paced data transferring networks like LTE networks, high quality displays are turning into essential features of mobile devices. LG plans to lure major phone makers at his instance with the new display.

The high density of AH-IPS technology used in the development of the panel makes it impossible for naked human eye to distinguish between individual pixels.

It also brings in precise color replication, rapid response speed with stable image quality and a wide viewing angle.

According to LG, it is suitable for outdoor use due to the unique brighter light transmission and lower power consumption.

The display which will be exhibited at SID 2012 Display Week in Boston during the first week of June, will be released during the second half of the year.

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