LG G3 confirmed with 2K WQHD display, but 640 DPI?
Sony, Samsung, and HTC have all unveiled their frontrunners and all that’s left from the big Android manufacturers is LG. The South Korean company has already confirmed that the soon-to-be-released LG G3 will in fact come with 2K display, but a benchmark photo shows the display to have 640dpi which is a bit unbelievable.
The benchmarked smartphone above was reported 99.99% to be the LG G3, and it shows that the device will be running on Adreno 330 GPU side-by-side a Qualcomm processor so it’s just logical to assume it will be a Snapdragon 801. Partner those with its WQHD screen display and we have a flagship phone in our hands.
The thing that caught our attention, though, is that it has 640dpi which doesn’t makes sense if the device is 5.5 inches as expected. For a display to have 640dpi with 2560 x 1440 screen resolution, the screen size should be around 4.6 inches. Either this is a miscalculation or the display is really that small, but we’re going with the former on this one. For a 5.5-inch display, we’re looking at around 534 dots per inch.
For the arrival of the LG G3, release in June is still our best bet since a newer Snapdragon 805 processor is about to come in devices starting July.
Here’s a refreshed specs list that we could expect from the LG G3:
5.5-inch WQHD display @ 2560 x 1440 resolution
Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor
32GB storage (expandable to 64GB via microSD)
13MP rear and 2.1MP front cameras
GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Android 4.4.2 KitKat