Huawei: Quad HD screens on smartphones are ‘total nonsense’




Huawei director Richard Yu suggests that adding quad HD screens on smartphones “total nonsense” is. Not only would the human eye does not improve the picture quality more at such high resolutions, even the battery life would be significantly reduced.

Yu let it know in an interview with TechRadar during the introduction of the Ascend P7 , a device that is equipped with a full-HD 5 “screen. The Huawei CEO states that the company is technically capable to a QHD screen place, such as a mobile upcoming LG G3 that a display has to 2560×1440 pixels counts and has a pixel density of 538ppi Yu notes, however, that such a display “total nonsense” and no value is:. “Your eyes can not tell the difference see, so why would we do that? I think it’s a stupid idea. ”

In addition to the observation that no visible quality quad-HD screen yields compared to full-HD screens even higher resolution, according to the Huawei CEO have a negative impact on battery life. Also, such a display would make a cell more expensive. Beginning of this year even rumors that Huawei would be a high-ends mart phone with a screen resolution of 2560×1440 pixels work . That seems more likely now.

Yu adds that Huawei will come with new wearables soon but no details. Give it further The Chinese company, in February at the Mobile World Congress, the Talk Band B1 see a smart watch, including a number of fitness features.


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