LG’s CEO has revealed the company’s display plans ahead of CES 2013. Lucky Goldstar is ready to show innovation in all sizes from a 5-inch 1920×1080 display all the way up to 84-inch 4K televisions.
Starting at the bottom of the pile with a 5.5-inch 1920×1080 display. This small image layer is expected to make its way in triple-A smartphones next year as the push for higher resolutions marches forward relentlessly. This 5+ inch display would account for 400 pixels per inch. There’s also a tablet equivalent in the works of 7-inch measuring 1920×1200 across.
LG is also ready to introduce a display for professionals. This 30-inch model has a resolution of 4096×2160 and is aimed exclusively at the professional video editing or 3D modeling markets. Hence the price and availability is expected to be very limited initially.
CEO Sang-Beom Han revealed that the engineers are putting the final touches on a play of smaller bezels and higher PPis as the focus for next year. All these innovations are expected in several televisions with ultra-HD resolution from 55-inch to 84-inch. With 4K pixel density making a push for the better, LG will be able to display 1080p 3D images using passive technology.