No. LCD stands for “liquid crystal displays”, which are found in televisions, computer screens, etc. LCM or Least Common Multiples is the set of integers where the least common multiplier is used to reduce their value to a lower value. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. LMD stands for Liquid Metal Display. The two are not related, but one is the other’s antipode.
Since LCDs are covered by LCMs that use 100 as a factor, then getting an LCD with the highest possible resolution would be desirable if you want a calculator where accuracy and conversion time can be maximized while minimizing power consumption and heat generation