LG Touts 'True HD IPS' Display
Oct 10, 2011, 9:45 AM by Eric M. Zeman
LG today said that the display of the recently announced LG Optimus LTE uses a new display technology called True HD IPS (in-plane switching). As noted in the original announcement, the display measures 4.5 inches across the diagonal and includes 1280 x 720 pixels in a 16:9 ratio. The pixel density comes out to 329 pixels per inch, which is a hair higher than the iPhone 4S's Retina Display. LG also says that this new True HD IPS display is capable of producing the most natural skin tones, and the display's Mobile HD Graphic Engine helps adjust color on the fly. The display was developed in conjunction with LG Display.
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