LG to demo 4.7-inch, 5.5-inch, and 7-inch displays at CES, source indicates

LG to demo 4.7-inch, 5.5-inch, and 7-inch displays at CES, source indicates


LG will demonstrate at least three new displays sizes at CES, according to sources close to GSMArena. On hand next week at the annual electronics convention will be a 4.7-inch smartphone display that features a 1mm bezel as well as a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display. In addition to these two, LG will also show off a 7-inch 1920×1200 display which could ultimately find a home in Android tablets.

We’ve seen LG show off some of its technologies in the past, even in unofficial, prototype capacity. Assuming none of these are included in a specific model at CES, we could see them a few weeks later at Mobile World Congress. LG was quite busy at last year’s MWC show so we anticipate something similar for 2013.



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  1. technohead95
    January 02, 11:53 Reply

    A 4.7-inch smartphone display with a 1mm bezel sounds awesome. It could be a smaller handset than my SGS2 but with a larger screen. On the other hand, this is only showing off the display. That 1mm bezel could be much larger once it’s in the actual handset.

  2. turf
    January 02, 12:30 Reply

    Are they all going to be 4:3 like the wildly successful Vu?

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