Last week, we told you about an unannounced LG D851 that could be a G3 variant. Now, one of LG’s official websites is listing the User Agent profile of a closely related device: the D850. According to its UA profile, the LG D850 has a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display. We heard more than once that the G3 would feature a Quad HD screen, and this new discovery (click on the image for a larger view) seems to confirm that.
Besides the D850 and D851, another possible version of the LG G3 is the VS985 (this seems to be made for Verizon Wireless). Of course, for now we can’t be sure of anything, but it certainly seems that LG has big plans for later this year.
It’s said that the alleged Quad HD display of the LG G3 measures 5.5 inches. This would give the screen a 534ppi density. We just hope that LG will put a long-lasting battery on the back of this handset. What do you think, is a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution too much for a 5.5-inch display?
source: LG (XML file) via @evleaks