LG Spectrum beats Apple iPhone's Retina Display

So what if its only by 3ppi? The numbers game is all that matters. Right?

LG has taken the wraps off its Spectrum – a 1.5Ghz dual-core Snapdragon processor powered 4G phone with a 4.5in True HD IPS display which bests the Apple iPhone 4S' retina display, in ppi at least.

The Spectrum's screen clocks in at 329ppi, a whole 3ppi more than the 326ppi Retina Display on the iPhone 4S. Granted, the difference will be totally negligible, but in a world full of the 'thinnest' and 'brightest' and 'clearest' tech, every little helps.

Other specs include an 8MP camera, 1GB RAM and a fairly hefty 1,830 mAh battery. Sadly the Spectrum is a US-only device for now, but a 3G version may be making its way to the UK, so stay tuned.

More CES news


You may also like

LG uncages Cinema Screen Design series, 84in behemoth and world's largest OLED TV

Huawei Ascend P1 S breaks world’s thinnest smartphone record

Sky teams up with Zeebox for augmented TV