Samsung Is Planning To Develop A 11K Resolution Mobile Display

Posted: Jul 13 2015, 11:00am CDT | by , in Rumors | Technology News


Samsung is planning to develop a 11K resolution mobile display

Samsung-in action- for a 11K resolution display

A few days ago, the news surfaced on the web across the world that the Korean manufacturing company- Samsung is going to develop an 11K resolution display on its new cell phone in the near future. Most of the public was much pessimistic about this situation and considered it far from reality.

But, today, According to Korean Media reports; a news highlighted that Samsung and its intelligent developers are all set to make this mobile a reality. So far the highest resolution for any mobile is 2K display and the highest on any TV set is 4K. So, the 11k resolution is certainly something very big. It is going to have a pixel density of 2250 ppi.

As reported by Electronic time, Samsung is reportedly teaming up with more than companies and South Korean government to add to an 11K presentation for cell phones.

Accepting the same 5.5-inch estimate for the standard size of Samsung cell phone, a 11K board would offer a resolution of more or less 11,000 x 6,000 pixels with an amazing pixel thickness of 2,250 PPI. By all accounts, such a display would require a huge measure of CPU and GPU handling force which thusly would have an enormous effect on battery life. Though all such type of problems will be handled and discussed in the feature.

According to the Executive Director of Samsung Display, this might look like "over specification", but the breakthrough would help the Korean industry in the future.

This display project is called as Project EnDK. It is expected that the 11K display prototype would be ready in time for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics which is in 2018. 




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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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