Japan Display announces 7-inch display for tablets with 2560 × 1600 resolution WQXGA resolution of

Apr

13

2013

Japan Display announces 7-inch display for tablets with 2560 × 1600 resolution WQXGA resolution of

With smartphones and larger tablets with very high pixel density displays are now to be found quite frequently, but especially in the “mediocrity” – that is, the devices with 7 and 8-inch display, there is so far no devices with screens in the “retina” style. By the will of Japan Display this will change soon.
Japan Display announces 7-inch display for tablets with 2560 × 1600 resolution WQXGA resolution of

Japan Display claims to provide not only introduce new 5-inch display with Full HD resolution and a resulting pixel density of 440 PPI, but also plans extremely high-resolution 7-inch panels. As the company had recently announced the resolution of the new display on WQXGA level (Wide Quad Extended Graphics Array) is expected to be, so be actually 2560 × 1600 pixels. The pixel density is 7 inches in diagonal and such a high diagonal 430 pixels per inch, we thus move in a similar range as in the case of 5incher with Full HD.

Are available until the first of such screens in tablets, but it will take some time. According to Japan Display, it is assumed that the new 7-inch display with WQXGA resolution in 2014 comes on the market. JDI, however, depends in innovation behind partially something, so that’s quite conceivable that other manufacturers such as Samsung or LG soon provides corresponding panels. Japan Display is a joint venture founded in response to the rise of the Korean manufacturer of Japanese technology giant Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi, but the government holds the majority of shares.

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