Display LG G3 vs LG G4
When the LG G3 was launched, it was the phone with the best display on the market. After a few months, Samsung came out with the Galaxy Note 4, which took the spot as being the best smartphone display, only to be yet again dethroned by the Galaxy S6, which got an even better panel on the front, with super-high resolution, pixel density, outdoor visibility and viewing angles. Based on the quick evolution of smartphone display technology, including those seen on the LG G Flex 2 and Samsung Galaxy S6. the LG G4 will be a bomb in the department. LG displays are known to be high-end and forerunners for the season, which means we don’t expect less of the LG G4. The South Korean company is always hard at work making their technology innovative and ahead of the competition. That hard work should become evident once the LG G4 is launched.
In October 2014, LG outed a new display that quickly became the talk of the town because it was one of the most innovative technologies and designs seen in a smartphone display. The Sharp Aquos Crystal is known as the world’s most bezelless phone, so to speak, because the phone has virtually no bezels on the top and sides, while the front camera and hardware have been pushed down in a relatively small bezel on the bottom of the phone. LG wants to fix these hurdles with their display technology which was demonstrated last fall.
The new display introduced by LG could be the actual display that will be used in the LG G4 and is in line with rumors of a 5.3 inch panel. The company outed a 5.3 inch display with a 1080p resolution, that doesn’t boast with great resolution, instead with awesome design. The side bezels on the tech measure only 0.7 mm, which makes them the thinnest bezels on a smartphone display ever seen. The modules are also made with innovative LG technology called Advanced In-Cell Touch, which means that the touch panel is effectively integrated into the screen itself. That translates to incrementally thinner panels that would leave room for inclusion of other hardware, like a bigger battery.
When it comes to resolution, our sources tell us that LG will not abandon their high-res offerings and slap a QHD (1440*2560) display on the LG G4. That would be in line with the LG G3, which has a 5.5 inch QHD resolution. Even though there are rumors out there saying that the company is working on a UHD LG G4, it seems a bit unlikely as there are very few uses for such a high pixel density/resolution display in the smartphone realm. UHD resolution, for one, would mean that the battery would have to be significantly larger in order to power that massive display, which might not sit well with users. As we can only integrate a certain size battery in smartphones, slapping a huge battery inside the LG G4 would be controversial. The technology is there, to be fair, but there hasn’t been enough work done to successfully integrate high-power batteries in smartphone. LG still has flexible batteries in the works, using graphene to obtain enormous amounts of power, but the company said the technology would not be perfected this year. Since companies don’t always give out accurate information, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a completely new battery technology emerging in the form of the LG G4. Read on to find out more about LG G4 hardware, specs, features and price.