Samsung Is Planning To Develop 11K Resolution Mobile Display

Posted: Jul 11 2015, 11:38am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Samsung is planning to develop 11K resolution mobile display

Samsung Working On Ultra High 11K Resolution For Mobile Phones

Samsung is working with the South Korean government to produce a Smartphone show with an incredibly high resolution. As indicated by ET News, a Korean IT News portal, Samsung is taking a shot at assembling a versatile display that would have a resolution of 11k. Yes, yes! You heard it right! 11K! This means a display resolution of 11,264 х 6336 pixels. What's significantly all the more astounding is the way that this resolution would be packed into a display size of 5.75 inches. This means that cell phone will have a PPI thickness of 2250 PPI! The best cell phones today can just deal with a PPI thickness of around 500. So, this device when dispatched would have four times the pixel thickness of an old Galaxy S6.

The Samsung 11k presentation would supposedly have the capacity to show 3D material to clients without the required glasses. The company’s management stays tight-lipped on what else the presentation would be prepared to do.

For all those who think that this is just n another rumor, The Korean titan has already; effectively dedicated to contribute 26.5 million USD for this venture and arrangements to ship cell phones with the 11k display in the following five years. Aside from Samsung, 13 different companies are likewise included in the project.

Samsung has named this venture as EnDK. The primary model is being arranged in 2018 and would be showcased on the event of the 2018 Pyeongchang winter Olympics.

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