Pantech's Vega LTE phone just got announced in South Korea, and blaring off its spec sheet is its 4.5-inch, 1280 x 800 WXGA display, which Pantech says is the highest-resolution display ever on an LTE phone. Its 355 pixels per inch best the iPhone's Retina Display's 326 ppi, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE and the LG Optimus LTE, which have 1280 x 720 displays and come in at 319 and 326 ppi, respectively — the Vega's resolution is matched in the phone realm only by the Samsung Galaxy Note, which has a massive 5.3-inch screen. The Vega's 720p display joins an already impressive feature set on the Gingerbread handset, which includes 1080p video recording, a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor and 1GB of RAM, LTE connectivity, and NFC support all in a 0.36-inch thin body. It will drop in Korea later this month on SK Telecom, but no word yet on whether this beast will ever be seen stateside.