Google and LG have revealed the world's highest resolution OLED display for mobile AR and VR at Display Week 2018. This amazing display sports 1443 PPI, 120Hz refresh rate, in a 4.3-inch 4,800x3,840 prototype panel that offers a wide view of 120x96. This resolution is roughly 3x that of the Vive or Rift. The panel isn't quite ready for primetime, but once they release this commercially it will be a game changer for AR/VR headsets. I can't wait. For comparison, today’s consumer devices average at 2MP with the HTC Vive featuring a 3.6-inch 1080 x 1200 pixel display per eye, while the Vive Pro steps up to 3.5-inch 1440 x 1600. At 448 and 615 PPI, respectively, both have 90 Hz refresh rates and 110 degree field of views.