Google and LG are ready to present an 18-megapixel, 4.3-inch OLED display with 1443 dpi and a higher refresh rate of 120Hz during the Display Week 2018 at the end of May. The screen will have a wide field of vision and high acuity. The advanced program for the exhibition was discovered by the Android police through OLED-Info.
Those specifications make the headset better than most of what is on the market. Screens like the new HTC Vive Pro and Oculus Rift only have total resolutions of 2880 x 1600 and 2160 x 1200, respectively.
Although the advanced program does not reveal the resolution of the panel, we can speculate based on the density and size of the pixels that the resolution of the screen could be within the range of 5500 x 3000.
The next step for the virtual reality could be the headphones with screens of great density of pixels, that could solve problems like when the limits between the pixels are visible or when the diagonal lines are sharp and sharp. It is still unclear whether Google and LG will be able to deliver such a high-resolution VR display in a consumer headset this year.