LG really wants you to "see the great" in its latest teaser video for the LG G4, which focuses on the device's QHD display.

In typical teaser fashion, LG doesn't reveal a whole lot about the G4 here. In the rather short video, LG teases a QHD display that's 25 percent brighter and has a 20 percent wider color range when compared to previous QHD displays from the manufacturer — noting that "the difference is obvious." However, LG has as we noted in our preview, LG has already announced the next-gen display it will use in the G4 — a 5.5-inch QHD panel that the company claims will be much brighter and more accurate than the display on the G3.

This follows a previous teaser video in which LG teased a camera with an F1.8 aperture. The company later followed that up with some specifics pointing to a 16-megapixel camera that lets in 80 percent more light than the camera on the company's previous flagship, the LG G3.

In any case, it looks like LG is definitely ramping up the marketing machine ahead of the G4's official unveiling on April 28 in New York City.

Source: LG (YouTube)