LG to show off new 5.5-inch 1080p and 7-inch tablet displays at CES 2013?

It appears that Samsung will not be the only company showing off new smartphone displays at CES 2013. LG also looks set to unveil its next generation of mobile device displays (and perhaps new devices sporting these as well).

At the smaller end of the scale, LG will show off a new 5.5-inch HD (1280×720) display and a pixel density of 403 PPI. It will also unveil a 7-inch tablet display offering a WUXGA (1920×1200) resolution and a 324 PPI pixel density (besting the PPI found on either the Apple iPad or Google Nexus 7).

If these are too large for you, LG will also unveil a new 4.7-inch display. Unlike the one on the recently launched LG Optimus G and Google Nexus 4, this one will reportedly feature a bezel only one millimeter thick, making an edge-to-edge display a very near reality.

For larger devices, LG will show off a 12.9-inch QSXGA (2560×1700) AH-IPS display aimed at ultrabooks and a 13.3-inch laptop display with a two millimeter bezel. Larger monitors and TV displays will also be shown off.

Read more: PhoneArena