The first globally-available device from with Quad HD display a well-known manufacturer, the LG G3, is putting to shame the plethora of flagships that sport displays with a mere resolution of 1080 x 1920. The 5.5-inch screen of the G3 comes with a spectacular resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, and although some apps and games are not yet compatible with the device, Google wants to make sure that the undoubtedly-coming crop of Quad HD devices can make full use of their displays.
If you are a proud owner of an LG G3, then rejoice, as YouTube now allows you to behold spectacular 1440p videos on your device. This nifty functionality arrived via a recent update and if you are flaunting a G3 flagship, but unable to watch such videos, then you should probably wait for said update to land on your device. Naturally, non-G3 devices won't see such an option in YouTube's recently-added video quality menu.
source: TalkAndroid via MobileBurn