The 6" QHD display is going to have a density of 491 ppi
LG Display has something special in store for us at the San Diego's SID expo in June; the company said it will be showcasing, for the first time, a 6" QHD phablet display which it is already preparing for mass production. If everything goes according to the plans then hopefully by the end of this year the display would be ready to be used by LG and its partners.
So what is the hype all about? Let’s see. The 6" QHD display is going to have a density of 491 ppi which is lower than the 5.5" LG G3's 534ppi, but it still sits above the entire 1080p smartphone gang. According to LG Display, efforts are being made in the company to further reduce the pixel size so in the near future we might be looking at something close to 600 or even 700 ppi density. This is not the only thing in store for the event. LG is going to bring some new TVs on SID - 55", 65" and 77" curved OLEDs with QHD resolution, plus a variety of 47" TVs.