According to reports, LG Display is all set to unveil its 6” QHD displays at a SID expo in San Diego this month of June. The Korean giant is gearing up to mass produce such displays and claims that its partners would be able to use them by this year only.
The 6” QHD display developed by LG offers a pixel density of 491 ppi which is actually lower than the 5.5” inch display of the recently launched LG G3 having 534ppi density. However, this is still above the 1080p displays of the other smartphones in such display segments. The Korean giant has claimed that the company is working on reducing the pixel size even further and is aiming to achieve 600 to 700 ppi density in the near future. This seems that the company wants to be a pioneer in the display business segment.
LG Display is likely to show some of its new TVs at the SID expo with 55”, 65” and 75” curved OLED displays with a QHD resolution and additionally a large variety of 47” TVs.