Sharp shows screen with 2560×1600 pixels for small high-end smartphones




The Japanese manufacturer Sharp has a 4.1 “screen display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. Manufacturers can use the display for small high-end smartphones. The highest resolution around the diagonal so far is the 1136×640 screen of the iPhone 5 series.

The screen must be able to appear in smartphones in 2016, says the Japanese site Nikkei. The screen is an IGZO LCD, Sharp has made ​​with LTPS . The display has 736 pixels per inch: the screen with the highest pixel density of the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A with 575 pixels per inch, though that screen not three, but two subpixels per pixel. The LCD with the highest pixel density of a device that appeared on the market, it is 5.5 “screen of, inter alia, the LG G3 , with nearly 538 pixels per inch.

The display from Sharp is the first smartphones with high resolutions possible on a small size. On the diagonal of the Sharp screen, 4.1 “, no other screens to find with high resolutions, there is a full-HD display 4.5” which is used in a Japanese unit.

It is unknown whether manufacturers will actually be using the screen smartphones. Sharp is one of the main suppliers of displays for smartphones. The manufacturer is working also on a 4K display for smartphones with approximately the same pixel density. Who will be 6 “wide will be.


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