500 + PPI: resolution smartphone displays soon rises to 2560 × 1600 pixels

Jun

17

2013

500 + PPI: resolution smartphone displays soon rises to 2560 × 1600 pixels

Currently, the upper limit is the display resolution in the smartphone area is still at 1920 × 1080 pixels, depending on the size part, a very high pixel density. Now take the next milestone display manufacturers to target because they want to increase the pixel density of more than 500 pixels per inch (PPI) and offer models with WQXGA resolution.
500 + PPI: resolution smartphone displays soon rises to 2560 × 1600 pixels

Specifically, this means that we probably venture into the 500PPI + area in the coming year. To work with both Samsung and LG in Korea, as well as Sharp and Japan Display in Japan super high-resolution smartphone displays. They mostly rely on so-called LTPS LCD (Low Temperature Poly Silicon) to produce displays that will offer a resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels at a diagonal of 6 inches and thus offer 500 PPI. At LG, we want AH-IPS (Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching) display build, which also lie beyond the 500PPI brand.

Which again improved in their pixel density displays should provide a further boost with it in terms of image quality. Supposedly, especially young users in their teens and early 20s able differences between the current 400ppi with good working and displays the next screen can be discerned. The race for ever higher resolutions is to consider that also the performance of the graphics processors must rise to meet the growing numbers of pixels. This is again mostly at the expense of the energy demand, so that the batteries would have to grow.

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