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LG G2 display detailed: 5.2 inches and near-borderless

LG G2 display detailed: 5.2 inches and near-borderless

The LG G2 is being delivered to the public this week at an event where LG has, first and foremost, made it clear that they're no to be beaten in the display department. With the LG G2, the user will be working with a 5.2-inch display working with "True FHD". What LG means when they say True FHD is a more "true" version of Full-HD at 1920 × 1080 than competing smartphones that work with Pentile technology.

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LG Curved OLED HDTV rolling out in the US

LG Curved OLED HDTV rolling out in the US

The curved television era has officially begun, with LG announcing US availability for their new Curved OLED HDTV, which is the first of its kind to reach the US. LG's 55-inch class model is going on sale starting today at select Best Buy locations. However, you'll want to save up and go through your piggy bank to make sure you have enough cash, because these things aren't cheap.

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LG Display reveals slimmest ever full HD smartphone LCD panel

LG Display reveals slimmest ever full HD smartphone LCD panel

LG Display has unveiled what it says is the "world's slimmest" full HD LCD panel for smartphones, which measures in at 5.2-inches and is aimed at reducing the overall thickness of handsets, as well as their weight. The company didn't state when the panel will be made available to handset makers, but we do have a gallery of it for you after the jump.

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LG Cine View TV and AIO splits the screen for smartphones

LG Cine View TV and AIO splits the screen for smartphones

The folks at LG have made it clear that they don't mind moving beyond the standard length-to-width aspect ratios the industry has been working with for the past few years with a set of offerings that go extra-wide. What you're seeing here is a set of devices that work with the same display: 29-inches with a screen resolution of 2560 x 1080 (WQHD) and a viewing angle of 178 degrees.

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LG Display flexible OLED mass production in Q4 (with an LG phone to use it)

LG Display flexible OLED mass production in Q4 (with an LG phone to use it)

LG will begin mass producing flexible OLED displays for smartphones in Q4 2013, the company has confirmed, though while it has teased "major clients" it won't confirm which manufacturers may offer handsets using the screen tech. LG Display expects to produce 12,000 sheets of flexible OLED every month, the company told The Korea Times, with the first device from LG itself to use the flexible screens also due later this year.

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LG tricks elevator riders using its IPS displays

LG tricks elevator riders using its IPS displays

In what could be considered an awesome PR stunt for LG and to show how lifelike its displays can be, the company rigged nine of their IPS displays together into a 3x3 array and placed it on a random elevator floor. When people would enter the elevator, LG would play quite a mean prank them, especially those who have a fear of heights and falling.

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LG brings screen smackdown to Samsung over Optimus G

LG brings screen smackdown to Samsung over Optimus G

LG has launched a pre-reveal attack on Samsung's favorite phone and tablet technology, AMOLED, hammering home the idea that its Optimus G display will be thinner, brighter, and more power-efficient. Announced last month, the Optimus G uses a new True HD IPS+ screen based on LCD not OLED technologies, and LG is keen to make clear why that's a specific advantage over Samsung's current Android flagship smartphone.

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iPhone 5 in-cell touchscreen rolling out at LG

iPhone 5 in-cell touchscreen rolling out at LG

The CEO of LG Display has this week made it clear that they've started production of display panels using in-cell technology, these panels quite likely headed for Apple's new iPhone (aka the iPhone 5) next month. While LG has not been able to be specific about where the panels will be used, Han Sang-beom, LG Display's chief executive, did allow reporters to know that though they'd been struggling with perfecting the technology up until now, "those hard times have finally ended." LG is a major supplier of flat screens utilized by Apple's iPad and iPhone devices.

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LG launches ridiculously big ultra-definition television

LG launches ridiculously big ultra-definition television

Never wasting an opportunity to get a leg up on the competition, LG has launched a brand new ultra-definition television. The massive 4K HDTV comes it at at 84-inches, which means it isn't the biggest television we've seen, but it is the biggest set capable of 4k technology. LG says that this television offers a whopping 8 million pixels per frame, which delivers "four times the resolution (3840x2160) of existing Full HD TV panels."

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LG IPS7 Series LCD IPS displays pack MHL for easy phone hookup

LG IPS7 Series LCD IPS displays pack MHL for easy phone hookup

LG has a pair of new LED IPS displays on offer, the IPS7 Series, promising high-quality graphics using technology borrowed from the company's big-screen TV range, though scaled to suit the average desk. The 27-inch LG IPS277L and its smaller 23-inch IPS237L sibling each eschew the mainstream TN panels common on external displays, as well as throwing in MHL-HDMI ports for easier connectivity with smartphones and tablets.

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LG unveils Retina-beating 5″ 1080p display

LG unveils Retina-beating 5″ 1080p display

Just about every smartphone manufacturer has made the jump over to mobile displays with a large pixel density. Apple set the bar originally with the release of the iPhone 4, dubbing the 960x640 screen a “Retina display.” A handful of phones since then have managed to join the 300+ PPI ranks, but LG has seemingly shattered that number with the announcement of a 5-inch display with a 1080p resolution.

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Samsung: PenTile keeps you happy for longer

Samsung: PenTile keeps you happy for longer

There's something of a spat among display enthusiasts, and not just the fans themselves: Samsung and LG have been tacitly one-upping each other over the screens in their smartphones for the last year. As videophiles are all too eager to point out, the PenTile pixel matrix that Samsung uses in most of its Super AMOLED screens is technically less sharp and dense than comparable LCD screens. In a discussion at CTIA in New Orleans, Samsung marketing manager (and regular SlashGear contributor) Philip Berne defended Samsung's choices, noting that PenTile AMOLED screens last longer than standard counterparts.

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