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MWC 2017: LG's upcoming G6 is the world's first phone with QHD+ display
By Bryan Chan & Cookie Monster - on 11 Jan 2017, 9:42am

MWC 2017: LG's upcoming G6 is the world's first phone with QHD+ display

LG Display has officially confirmed one of the specs of the upcoming G6 smartphone - its display.

As reported by The Korea Herald, LG Display states that the G6 flagship smartphone will have a 5.7-inch 'Quad HD+' LCD display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. This aspect ratio is said to provide a more immersive experience and is better optimized for multitasking with the dual-screen feature. In addition, the G6 will have a pixel density of 564ppi.

“QHD+ is expected to maximize users’ experience and value by providing ultra-high definition, differentiating it from all other mobile display panels,” said Kim Byeong-koo, Senior Vice President and Head of Mobile Development Group 1 at LG Display. 

The 'Quad HD+' LCD display will boast better sunlight legibility and consumes about 30-percent lesser power. The use of in-Touch technology also reduces the thickness and width of the bezels as the touch sensor is now embedded within the display panel. 

Source: The Korea Herald via Android Authority