The first Quad HD AMOLED screen is here, but it’s not from Samsung

April 11, 2014

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Samsung is the engine of the AMOLED industry, but it’s not the only player developing organic LED technology for mobile devices. Competitors in China and Taiwan especially are making big strides catching up with Samsung, and even beating the Korean giant in some areas.

Taiwan-based AU Optronics just announced the industry’s first Quad HD (WQHD) AMOLED panels for smartphones. The screen packs 2,560 x 1,440 pixels on a 5.7-inch diagonal, resulting in a 513 ppi density. For comparison, the highest density achieved on an AMOLED panel until now was the 440 ppi of the Samsung Galaxy S4.

AU Optronics is showcasing the new panel at a display expo in Shenzhen, but did not specify when it expects to mass produce the new panel or what clients will use it in smartphones.

Below are closeups of the screens of the Quad HD LCD Find 7 and the Full HD LCD Find 7a Read: Quad HD vs 1080p displays: closeup comparison

While there are several Quad HD LCD devices out already, including the Oppo Find 7 and the Vivo Xplay 3, Quad HD AMOLED screens have remained a promise until now. Samsung said it would be releasing a 2,560 x 1,440 panel this year, but rumors that the Galaxy S5 would be the first smartphone employing the technology did not materialize.

 

Comments

  • MasterMuffin

    Well that’s a surprise. Neither Samsung or LG were have 1440p AMOLED and some random manufacturer does?!

    • John

      I wouldn’t say random manufacturer as AUO has been a leading screen manufacturing and designing company.

      • MasterMuffin

        Yea random was a bad choice of words, but couldn’t come up with any better words :)

        • Lisandro O Oocks

          dark horse

          When in doubt “dark horse” works.

        • Bryan Z

          not random but may be a company with not huge pile of money for their marketing budget like samsung :)

    • das

      who says samsung does not ? samsung probably has hundreds of prototype and test model screens ,but some companies just like to show off their own prototypes as well ,

      • MasterMuffin

        The key word being prototype. If Samsung had something fully working, they’d have said that they have.

        • Mike – Construction Contractor

          Maybe on the Note 4…. Waiting on it.

        • das

          and whos to say that display on the article isnt a prototype ? no device has it on there for sale …. its just showing off to get publicity and marketing lool

          • MasterMuffin

            And Samsung would be doing it too if they had something working. Why can’t you understand this…

          • das

            why would they ? samsung are better than to show off a screen by tselfwith no purpose

          • MasterMuffin

            Someone’s been drinking the kool-aid. Samsung always brags about their screens and other technology as soon as they can

      • Mark Penrice

        They might not think it’s worth it. Even at that distance, the human eye has difficulty discerning any details much finer than about 300dpi, certainly no more than 440-480dpi. What made the dots of 600dpi printers most obvious was that they were completely monochrome and greyscales had to be dithered, which left repeating or at least egregiously noisy patterns across the page. You only realise a 240 or 300dpi dye-sub (continuous tone) printer is making lower rez output if it happens to have any unsmoothed text or lines in the image, whereupon you can just make out some subtle jaggies if you’re looking for them. For everything else, you’d never tell it wasn’t a much higher resolution inkjet or laser printer.

        Sooner or later the ppi one-upmanship has to stop and the screen definition stabilise in a common area, like it has for printers themselves. Few manufacturers bother with the insane 5760×1440 dpi type claims of Epson in their “ultra high resolution, ultra low build quality” nadir of the early noughties any more. 1440×1440 seems to do just fine for most situations, no-one can actually tell any difference between that (with 6-colour ink and coated paper) and a professionally developed hi-rez dye-sub or optical photo paper print without breaking out a magnifying glass.

        Samsung may be the first to come to that realisation. When there’s enough people still happily buying and using phones with 3.5″ HVGA screens and running the same apps as those with 5.5″ QHD – let alone those sitting in the middle using 4.X inch, 720p-1080p devices – sooner or later people are going to twig that the screens on the top end models don’t actually look any different from each other, despite the difference in price, pixel count, and the associated load on the GPU.

        QHD (and indeed 4K, which this isn’t) in a large-format TV or projector? Good idea, looks very nice, and the pixels of a 1080p display look very chunky and even cause moire effects on your eyes if you stand too close to a 70 to 80 inch model. In a mobile phone that’s 1/16th the size but you don’t hold 16x closer to your face? Rather questionable.

        • das

          i can see pixels and some jaggies even on a FHD phone screen often ,which is way i think phones need to keep it at around 300 – 400 PPI ,but have more subpixels that packs them tighter together and gives an anti aliasing type affect hardware wise to truly eliminate aliasing/jaggies without upping the resolution

    • Mark Penrice

      One suspects LG has some kind of finger in their pie, given that their newest phone is using a panel with those exact dimensions, pixel count and class of technology…

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  • The-Sailor-Man

    What a BS;
    ” For comparison, the highest density achieved on an AMOLED panel until now was the 440 ppi of the Samsung Galaxy S4.”

    How do you know that this is the highest desnsity that Samsung have achieved? LOL LOL LOL . Your passion guys, to smash Samsung become pathethic.
    In the real life it’s not only “achieved” high density, but also to be practicle in term battery life, colors, stability……
    That’s why Samsung did with S5 this specs display.
    Do you really think that Samsung couldn’t put more density on S5 display if it is all you care????

    • http://AndroidAuthority.com/ Bogdan Petrovan

      The point. You missed it.

      • Tony Rogers

        I think it went over his head.

      • The-Sailor-Man

        The point is that, if Samsung put this display on S5 or S4 it DOESN’T MEAN that this is the highest ppi they have achieved. But this is just the highest most practical one at the moment.(money, battery, quality, mass production…)
        NOT the highest ppi on display they have achieved.
        Now read my comment again.

    • jorgon

      Ass

    • jorgon

      Sound like a real dunce fuck

    • Botmun

      Oh please. Appreciate tech.

  • Shark Bait

    Can I have a phone like she’s holding please ?!???!

    • Guest123

      Seriously!!! When will someone produce a minimal bezel device?

      • Ian Monroe

        I feel like holding it would be a nightmare
        If your phone took the entire front side of your phone you would accidentally touch it all time

        • mochan

          Your just not siksik enough with your fingers. The ladies probably arent too happy with you.

      • Shark Bait

        I know right, i dont think we need more DPI, but bezel less would look seriously cool. Focus on some of that!

        • Mark Penrice

          Can have a wider display without wider handset, then … Not too bothered about the height. One wonders if they had to find the slightly more masculine model so that she could actually get her hands around the thing. Modern handsets are getting too wide even for me… A 5″ screen, let alone 5.5″, just wouldn’t be practical unless it was a super stretched 21:9 aspect type or something.

    • moew

      She isn’t holding a phone. She IS holding a panel though

      • Shark Bait

        yeah, but wouldn’t it be awesome if phones started to look like that, If the panel can be made like that then technically theirs no reason the whole phone couldn’t

        • kirakira

          like this?

          http://s24.postimg.org/4qbl4v2vp/epic520_3_103_41d5da939c5ee79139e29ed348e8b1e7.jpg

          from sharp. aquos 320sh. only in japan. although it could also be available in taiwan since it’s mentioned in eprice com. tw

          • Shark Bait

            Yeah, that’s starting to get closer!

        • moew

          Yeah but you thought she was holding a phone. Enough said.

          Is there a no bezel panel thread? I would constantly be touching the edges while pooping and playing games to frustration… at least on a “no bezel” phone. Phones need bezels.

          • Shark Bait

            No I didn’t

          • moew

            Troll

          • Mark Penrice

            Yeah… people have fingers, not tentacles with suckers on them. You need an edge to grip.

    • MasterMuffin

      How to know we’re nerds: there’s a beautiful girl with a phone/panel in her hand, and we want the phone xD

      • kirakira

        she has slightly masculine features. that’s it :()

        • Bryan Z

          I agree I wouldn’t say she is beautiful, may be a bad angle but not a big fan of her teeth, upper lips and nose.

    • kirakira
  • cycad007

    The problem with AUO is that they *CANNOT* mass produce their AMOLED products. Sure, its great to display the technology…but can they mass produce it? What about the yield rate? I’m hoping AUO is successful with this…but their past history has been disappointing.

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  • Rijoenpial

    Well, Samsung will make it available to EVERYONE… Can’t be said for Oppo, Xiaomi, this unknown company, and some others… By the way, Oppo Find 7 was first than this one…

    Also, guys, Samsung has been reported to have already QHD AMOLED displays done… This Taiwanese company is just presenting it, and didn’t even mass produce it yet… It is a pissing contest, to say which one comes first publicly… It is a shame really… Like Apple with it’s virtually useless 64-bit architecture with only 1 GB RAM, or Oppo Find 7 which is more interested in Chinese market than the rest of the world, Samsung is the only one that can mass produce it to the whole world… So, I will rather have one of their displays than some virtually unknown company from Taiwan, even if it is a leading (never heard of it) display company… HAHAHAHA

    • http://nsood.in/ Naman Sood

      Wow – a Samsung fanboy.

      Who says Samsung will be the first? In fact, who said Samsung has it? Give me some proof here. Unless you mean qHD and not QHD, in which case I agree with you. :P (qHD is quarter HD, or 540×960 – found in Galaxy S4 Mini).

      64-bit with 1 GB RAM is useless? Well, sorry to say, your “useless” beats the Galaxy S4 and Note 3 in many benchmarks. That stuff is good. And this is coming from a person who’d never buy an Apple device.

      • Rijoenpial

        Wow, an Anti-Samsung fanbot… What were the odds?! HAHAHA
        First of all, reports say that Samsung already has QHD AMOLED displays, not me… I don’t make stuff up… And since you still believe in rigged benchmarks, it seems the age of childish innocence is still not lost… Good for you… And you DO know that 64-bit architecture require 4+ GB RAM to fully work, right? I mean, I can understand oblivious Apple zealots being so tech ignorant, but an Android one, is even worse… So, learn your basics, and get more informed, since you failed to see those stating that Samsung has had QHD displays for months now, and probably about to be introduced on the rumoured Galaxy F… And even if it is just a rumor, I don’t need a QHD display on a phone, but rather on a tablet… And guess what, there already are… on Samsung tablets, no less… HAHAHAHA…

        • http://nsood.in/ Naman Sood

          64-bit architechture requires nothing to fully work – it’s just that you *can* put more than 4 GB of RAM in your phone or PC or tablet with it.

          I’d like a link to one of those reports, please. Thanks.

          Childish innocence? I don’t think so. It isn’t possible to rig browser benchmarks, since the package name is always the same. Browser tests is where the 5S shines.

          QHD displays on a tablet are nothing new – OK, Samsung has those. (I’ve seen the Nexus 10, that’s Samsung’s). We’re talking about QHD AMOLED screens on a phone.

          I don’t mind Samsung – I was the one who recommended the S4 over the One to my dad. What I mind is die-hard fanboys. The die-hard part in particular.

          I’m a Sony fan myself, but I don’t believe Sony’s all good. For one, they never release updates. Another, for a company that makes TVs, their displays are awful.

          So please, don’t act as though Samsung is good and nothing else is.

          Once again, so you don’t forget – I’d like a link to a report that says Samsung has a QHD display ready.

          • Rijoenpial

            Nothing a Google search wouldn’t do, but I can understand your laziness: http://www.phonearena.com/news/5.25-inch-QHD-display-for-Samsungs-Galaxy-S5-now-in-production_id50668
            Check the date… Also, BROWSER benchmarks?!? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA The same Apple device that uses a browser that does not enable the user to get to the bottom of the page quickly like on Gmail or any Android browser because it only loads one section at a time? HAHAHAHAHA OMG… Armando Ferreira can explain this to you better than I can…

            I anticipated you were a Sony fan, and was gonna tell you about recent reports saying consumers complained about too hot devices when filming 4K video or quality control issues… But you probably did not want to hear about that, so I chose not to say it… HAHAHAHA… Oops…

            And I never said Samsung is flawless… I just so happen to have various Samsung devices, from Smart TV to BlueRay player, to S4 and Note 3 and never had any issues… So, from my extended experience and exposure to Samsung devices, I never had a single issue… Not unlike the iPhone 5 I made the mistake of buying which came with factory issues (camer not working, not even launching) and couldn’t not replace it witha new one (just before the 5s hit the market) so I chose to sell it instead to some Apple fan who was way more patient than I was… So, I DO know what I am talking about…

            There is another piece of news, dated from April 4th, but that no longer counts… And there have been benchmarks cuing to a samsung QHD 5.2 inch device with Adreno 430 and Snapdragon 805… So, if they were testing it it means they already had devices fully assembled and functional…

            But again, it matters not who makes it first, but who sells more… Your Sony mind knows what I am talking about… But yeah, I am still waiting for the Note 3 to get the 4.4.2, so I concur, these OEMs take forever to release updates… Cheers

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          • http://nsood.in/ Naman Sood

            The report isn’t true. The Galaxy S5 comes with an FHD display, not a QHD one. And no phone currently in market has a Snapdragon 805 – the Xperia Z2, HTC One M8 and the Galaxy S5 all have a Snapdragon 801. Here’s a quote from the very same article you linked to:

            “Obviously, we must note that reports from Korea aren’t always accurate, so for now nothing is certain. And we assume nothing will be certain until Samsung actually announces the S5.”

            Other than that – well, a certain iPhone may turn out crappy – you could have got it replaced, but whatever.

            Your experience with Samsung may be good – mine hasn’t been, really. A failed Galaxy S Plus – took the memory card along with it.

            So I guess this is all personal experience. Whatever.

          • SkylaC90

            you know what else Samsung sucks with??? the bloody customer service and overall shitty note 3 chargers. I’ve had to replace mine 3 times because they just die, theirs so many returns that i’m honestly surprised a recall hasn’t been issued, and don’t get me started on there customer service or lack thereof.

        • stucrmnx120fshwf

          Yes and no, I’ve got a Samsung Nexus 10, for $300, but I’d like U3D on a 6″ eventually, reading glasses are $5 for 2 pairs. Yup insanity 1 GB of RAM on a 64 bit device, Sammy’s a $150 billion dollar company. They’ve spent $10 billion dollars on 14 nm chip fabs, if they don’t have QHD for Note 4 it’d be weird.

      • Bruce

        You are clueless to what Rijoenpal is referring to. Apple’s 64 bit APU is nothing but a marketing gimmick. First of all, iOS7 is only a 32 bit, can’t use none of 64 bit functions. Also, you need minimum 4 GB of ram to take advantage of 64 bit processors, which 32 bit iOS7 can’t handle.

        • http://nsood.in/ Naman Sood

          Now that way I can say Windows is 32-bit too.

          Just because something has a history of a particular architecture doesn’t mean they can change it. If you’d remember, Apple also moved from crappy PowerPCs to somewhat okay Intel processors – you don’t call Mac OS X a PowerPC-based OS anymore, do you?

          So yeah, not clueless.

          • SkylaC90

            ey man Which “Windows” are you referring 2? windows has been 64 bit for a few years now especially windows 8/8.1 and RT. not to sure about windows phone but i’m willing to bet its also a 64 bit OS. and yes while apples chip is okay they completely fail to take advantage of that architecture primarily because there OS doesn’t require it.

          • http://nsood.in/ Naman Sood

            The majority.

            64-bit Windows: Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, maybe XP.

            32-bit (in some cases, 16-bit) Windows: Windows XP, 2000, 98, 98 SE, 95, 3.x, 2.x, 1.x.

            The OS doesn’t require Apple’s chip, but the games do.

          • Mark Penrice

            I’m not sure about 8, but Windows 7 and Vista also definitely have 32-bit versions. I’m using one (W7 Pro 32-bit) to type this right now, and it’s also what’s preinstalled on my current laptop. If I want to upgrade it beyond 4GB I’m going to have to also upgrade the OS and break compatibility with a bunch of programs :(

            Windows versions pre-9x were all SIXTEEN (16!) bit and thus at least nominally compatible with ALL PCs back to the 8088-based ones… so long as you had enough memory, disc space and patience (there was even a CGA graphics driver).
            In practice, though, using anything less than a 286 required using a rather more limited mode of operation, and a 386 still granted several advantages, both because of the additional 16-bit instructions (and memory protection / virtualisation modes) introduced with both processors, and because of some specific 32-bit extensions that were available to bolt on to Windows 3.1 (the infamously flaky Win32s and WinG modules… used almost exclusively by multimedia CDROM encyclopaedias, as far as I ever saw).

            Windows 9x itself (and I think NT 3.51 ?) retained a fair whack of 16-bit code, either for compatibility’s sake or just out of laziness (IDK why… but it did mean you could, with a bit of hacking about, make the old CGA, EGA and Hercules graphics drivers work with ’95!), and its rather unreliable, limited-stack-space, blue-screening spectre – that caused so many problems with WinME – wasn’t finally done away with until Windows NT4, 2000 and XP. Those were fully 32-bit and required use of compatibility mode to make partially/fully 16-bit programs run correctly.

          • http://nsood.in/ Naman Sood

            Um… okay. I knew that Windows Till Now have had 32-bit versions (I have a 32-bit Windows 8.1 virtual machine), but I didn’t know all this. Thanks for the info! :D

          • stucrmnx120fshwf

            RT is ARM 32 bit I think, windows 64 is some of the worst, most self confusing, bloatware, crashtastick, software ever written. I’m not saying 64 bit won’t be good, but use KISS keep it simple stupid, or we’ll wreck phones and tablets too. GIGO garbage in, garbage out.

        • Mark Penrice

          The “64-bit” in that case probably refers to the same thing as in the Atari Jaguar and with the original Intel Pentium chips (and also the “128-bit” of the Playstation 2) – the memory bus, between the RAM chips and ALUs.

          The Pentium was only a 32-bit processor, all its instructions, registers, and many of its internal parts were 32-bit, but it had a 64-bit data bus and could load two 32-bit values to each of a pair of ALUs in one operation, which was one of its big advantages over the all-32-bit 486. Actually slightly slower per clock for traditional integer ops (which weren’t much helped by that upgrade, unless you were handling long ints which wasn’t THAT common), but easily 2x faster for floating point (and thus a lot of 3D games and multimedia applications). You could load, say, a multiply instruction, its two source addresses and the destination in two cycles instead of four, the source data themselves in a third cycle (assuming they were consecutive and you had fast memory / they were cached / etc) instead of a fifth and sixth, and then go on to load something else into the pipeline whilst waiting for the result of that. MMX extended that to allow loading 8 separate pieces of 8-bit data in one cycle. A modern machine with dual channel memory is effectively 128-bit, in that way, even though it’s only using 32-bit instructions (the actual 64-bit chips may even have widened that to 256, though the trend seems to be towards serial rather than parallel signalling…)

          The Jag even had a brace of 16 and 32 bit processors, but brought them together – along with an actual 64 bit GPU – on a 64-bit main bus.

          There’s no reason a CPU (and wider system) that uses 32-bit instructions can’t also have a lot of 64-bit elements to it. It can certainly work the other way, too; I’m a survivor of the dark days where manufacturers would often try to save a buck on PCB area by putting an ostensibly 32-bit (or even a hybrid 32-bit ALU/16-bit register) chip on a 16-bit bus, or even a 16-bit one on an 8-bit bus (using far fewer traces, thus making for a smaller, cheaper, more reliable board… smaller, cheaper, more attractive case… and smaller, cheaper, cooler power supply), and make it tweeze its code and data in and out of memory at half-speed, rather than single or double. It was sort of acceptable because CPUs were less efficient and could take several cycles for even simple ops, but now a lot of instructions are single-cycle and deeply pipelined – memory bandwidth is ultra important.

          Or in other words – accuracy is important when it comes to these terms, aye, and we shouldn’t let manufacturers get away with BSing us… let’s just be sure about what’s being referred to when they state a number, eh?

        • Corbin Crutch

          That’s not true at all. iOS 7 has been 64-bit on the A7 chip available systems. Not only that, but the 64bit operations actually speed up the system. Not just the amount of RAM it can cache and use (although that is part of it).

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  • Guest123

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  • John Gray

    Highest pixel density till now was not s4 it was HTC one at 469 ppi

    • Nepalidude69

      On an AMOLED screen like it said in the article..read it carefully before you put up a comment.

  • KillEmAllx

    Yes. Bring them AMOLED displays. I really hope AMOLED becoms the standard.

  • The-Sailor-Man

    If Samsung put this display on hundred millions of S4(and S5)it DOESN’T MEAN that this is the highest ppi they have achieved. But this is just the highest most practical one at the moment.(money, battery, quality, brightness, mass production…)
    How do you know that this(S4) is the highest ppi on display they have achieved? LOL

    Samsung bashing become a “sport” to compete between the tech iMedia

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    One word nice

  • Yeah

    Damn! Those display panel gonna make our eyes seeing real life as Pixelated.. :(
    http://www.colourbox.com/preview/1592874-131355-pixelated-green-vitality-leaves-and-bright-sun.jpg

  • Brian

    Potentially good news for Oculus VR and other HMD manufacturers, if the price is low enough.

  • somedudes

    nice screen , shes very hot :)

    • Daniel Tremblay

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    Wake me up when it’s 3D.