LG has proven last year that they’re perfectly capable of manufacturing great devices, like the Optimus G or the Google Nexus 4. Early 2013, at CES, the South Korean company wants to prove that they’re willing to take this further, at least according to initial rumors about its Las Vegas line-up.

There’s something for everyone in this report: first off we should be reportedly waiting to see a phone with a 4.7-inch screen; nothing out of the ordinary so far but this phone will allegedly have such a thin bezel, at around 1mm, that we can call this basically a bezel-less device.

A 5.5-inch LG phablet is also in the report, with a FullHD screen resulting in a pixel density of 403 PPI. This will take phablet screens to a whole new level; last but not least there’s a mention of a seven-inch tablet with a 1200 x 1920 resolution for a pixel density of 324 PPI.

Exactly just how many or which of the above devices rumored will make it to LG’s booth next week is yet unknown. However, we’ll be there to closely inspect the devices and you’ll be able to see our hands-on videos here on Pocketnow.

Source: GSM Arena

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