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You can now watch YouTube videos in 1440p on the LG G3

Sarah Silbert
08.08.14
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LG's new flagship phone, the G3, stands out for its Quad HD (2,560 x 1,440) display, and the handset is taking advantage of all those pixels to offer a high-res YouTube experience. As was first reported by TalkAndroid, G3 owners can now watch YouTube videos in 1440p, a welcome bump up from the usual max resolution of 1080p. This feature reportedly comes via a recent update, and it's still in the process of rolling out to all G3 handsets. If you're currently using LG's latest flagship, let us know if you're seeing the 1440p options by commenting below. If you don't have a G3, don't despair; we're bound to see a slew of new phones sporting Quad HD screens in the months to come.

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Source: TalkAndroid
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