LG May Reveal Full HD Smartphone at MWC 2013

LG is said to be preparing to reveal a full HD smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in February.

According to ET News, the Korean smartphone manufacturer will unveil a full HD, 5.5-inch handset at MWC 2013 in Barcelona at the end of February.

Apparently, LG will follow Apple's strategy in terms of the launch schedule after a product is announced; it's expected to release the handset into the market a few days after its unveiling.

Although technical specifications or other general details were not revealed, the report makes mention of Pantech providing the unannounced smartphone's 1080p screen.

5-inch full HD smartphone screens is expected to become the industry standard for handsets during the course of 2013, which has already been showcased in the form of Sony Xperia Z, ZTE Nubia Z5 and Huawei Ascend D2, among several others.


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  • vittau
    Cool, now give me a desktop monitor with the same density.
  • EzioAs
    They could make a 5.5" screen with a 1080p resolution yet 1080p is still the mainstream for 24" desktop monitor?....... sigh......
  • dns7950
    Who cares? They can't even make half enough nexus 4s, maybe they should work on that instead.. The nexus 4 almost made me buy an LG phone, but after this fiasco they will never get my money. The only reason to pick an LG would be an extremely low price,and they obviously can't handle that, so f*** them..