LG has a bit of a penchant for world’s firsts, including the world’s first “banana phone”, the LG G Flex, and the world’s first global QHD smartphone, the LG G3.
If those 3.7 million pixels on the LG G3’s display aren’t enough for you, get this: LG G4 specs are rumoured to encompass a resolution of 1620 × 2880, almost 4.7 MILLION pixels in the palm of your hand.
MyLGphones runs with the fairly self explanatory headline LG’s upcoming G4 could have a 3K display.
It’s interesting that the guys say “could”, as it almost sounds like they’re not 100% convinced themselves. For what it’s worth, credit goes to a “trust worthy tipster”. Er, you mean trustworthy?
Said tipster, worthy of trust, provides a user agent profile screenshot showing an LG device with model number LG-VS999, and a frankly outrageous resolution of 1620 x 2880.
Since LG-VS985 was the model number for Verizon’s LG G3, it’s probably fair to assume that the LG-VS999 – if legit – will be Verizon’s LG G4.
The article concludes by suggesting we should take the news with a pinch of salt, since user agent profiles are easily doctored, however a second source – forum.hardware.fr – chimed in shortly thereafter with the same news.
What do you think? Would you like to see a 3K display on the LG G4, or is 2K more than enough already?