LG plans to show off their Ultra HD TVs and Full HD Smartphones at CES 2013
Roshan Ashraf Shaikh / 4 years ago
LG plans to show many of their 4K TVs and their smartphone, tablet and laptop lineups with 1080p screen resolution at CES 2013 which will be held in Las Vegas.
LG would be showing off UHD panels with 55″, 66″ and 84″ screen size with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 (a total of 8 Million pixels), followed by a 30″ 4K screen with a 4096 x 2160 resolution. L.G. brags about this screen by claiming it as the highest resolution computer monitor to date primarily aimed at professionals who require higher than 2560 horizontal resolution. The company also plans to show a newer 23.8″ monitor with Ultra thin bezel. Plans are also in place for the company to show their OLED displays with an “impossibly thin” 4 mm thick panel that weighs no more than 3.5kg.
In the portable device sector, t here will be a 5.5″ 1080p smartphone screen, a 7″ 1820 x 1200 tablet screen and a 12.9″ 2560 x 1700 screen for laptops and a 13.3″ laptop panel with a bezel as narrow as 2 mm and a 4.7″ mobile display with 1 mm bezel thickness.