Qualcomm has given its backing to the move towards 4K display smartphones, claiming that 2015’s premium smartphones will feature 3840 x 2160 displays. But will we be able to notice the difference?
Mobile displays continue to improve year on year. Here are five predictions about where the technology is heading over the next few years.
According to a new report, a 12-inch Samsung 4K tablet was spotted at a Qualcomm demo during the French Open.
Sharp is preparing its manufacturing line for mass production of the company’s new 600 PPI LCD mobile displays next spring.
The steady march towards 4K on mobile devices continues, with Japan Display Inc (JDI) announcing the availability of its first 10.1-inch tablet display of 4K resolution.
Are you excited about bezel-less smartphones, 4K displays, and biometrics or do you think they’re over-hyped gimmicks? Would you prefer some solid improvements to your phone’s core features. We ask what you’re really looking for in your next device.
The Xperia Z2 went for a little walk about Tokyo, snapping up beautiful photos of the night and some 4K video too. The Chinese blog Ring HK shared the 20.7MP photos and short 4K video clip on their site. They were sure to let us know that the Z2 in use was an engineers test unit, not the finished retail unit that you or I will eventually put in our pockets.
Alongside the standard array of KitKat tweaks, LG looks to be updating the LG G Flex with support for 4K video recording.
With the move to QHD smartphones expected this year, we explore what, if any, benefits increasing display resolutions has for image quality, and if the trend towards 4K is really necessary for mobile devices.
Japan Display has already developed a 12-inch 4K display, which is currently being showcased at the FPD International 2013.