Samsung Prepping A 6" 4K AMOLED Display

Posted: Nov 7 2014, 12:14pm CST | by , in News | Technology News


Samsung prepping a 6" 4K AMOLED display

The display features 700+ppi and is being prepared for next August, right in time for the Note 5

4k lovers are simply going to love this news that there is a high possibility that your Galaxy Note series are finally going to get this resolution. It is being said that Samsung is going to start off with the mass production of a 5.9" Ultra HD Super AMOLED display with 700+ppi next August and we can clearly see that this conveniently places the manufacturing plans just in the timeframe for the Note 5 release, if everything goes according to traditions.

In all actuality, it is simply an uncorroborated tip from one source, however Samsung itself affirmed in its Analyst Days presentation slides a year ago that it has UHD 2160x3840 pixels AMOLED screens in the works for 2015. Additionally, at the Semiconductor and Display Technology Roadmap workshop in January, Samsung moderators indicated again at higher-determination UHD cell phone shows in the pipeline. These resolutions, on the other hand, were said then together with the "diamond pixel" term, which is an extravagant approach to say a non-standard pixel grid game plan that is closer to PenTile, than the standard RGB stripe network. Regardless, at 700+ ppi, no one would recognize the individual pixels in any case, so we can hardly wait to see what Samsung is preparing for us in future telephones.

In May the head of LG Display also gave an interview in which it was revealed that the 600ppi, and even 700ppi smartphone panels are within reach. Considering this piece of information it doesn’t appear surprising at all that Samsung has been working hard to achieve those record pixel densities.

source: phonearena

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