That 1440p displays are the next big thing is not hard to guess. Here’s another manufacturer, on the verge of jumping the 1440p gun.
The device in question is the upcoming LG G3, successor of the acclaimed G2 which launched a few months back. The G2 was in fact used as base for the current Nexus flagship, the Nexus 5. Among other purported specifications of the G3, one thing that would manage to catch the attention of most is a mention of a 1440p (2560 x 1440 pixel) display. Pixel density of this upcoming device is expected to clock 538ppi, making us believe that there will be a display of 5.5-inches in size.
Like most flagships that have seen releases of late, the G3 is expected to have a 16 mega-pixel camera and a 2.2GHz quad core processor (Snapdragon 800, again?) and possibly even a fingerprint scanner. No word on a release date, but as you would expect, the G3 might well be showcased at MWC 2014, with a launch in the latter half of the year. With a 1440p display, the G3 will find itself in a list of devices like Vivo Xplay 3S, OPPO Find 7 and possibly even Samsung Galaxy S5.