LG likes to feature glorious displays on their smartphones, and they could be getting even better this year with the LG G4.
We don't yet know what size the display will be on the new smartphone but an early leak has given us a glimpse a possible resolution - a massive 1620 x 2880 pixels. That would put the phone firmly in 3K territory and marks a significant increase on their previous panel at 1440 x 2560.
If the company retains the same screen size at the G3 - that's a 5.5 inch screen - it eqates to a pixel density of around 500 pixels per inch, making it one of the clearest and most well-defined screens you'll find anywhere.
We don't yet have any confirmed specs for the LG G4 but it's likely to have no waterproof features, a slim bezel and could sport a 16MP camera. It's likely to have Lollipop at launch and to be powered by the Snapdragon 810 chip - though manufacturing issues at Qualcomm could cause some problems there.
Expect more news about the LG G4 before May 2015.