According to display expert Raymond Soneira, the Galaxy S5’s display is the best display DisplayMate ever tested. Not only is the Galaxy S5 a marked improvement over the Galaxy S4 in almost all aspects, but it’s also better than the Note 3, another device that gained Soneira’s praises.
We compare the Standard and the Premium version of the Find 7 to see how significant the difference between Quad HD and 1080p is.
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.
The first MEMS display tablets due to arrive within the next six months, and could be a serious rival to LCD and AMOLED devices. Let’s take a look at how the technology works and what it could mean for your future tablet or smartphone.
Displays everywhere, from your coffee cup to the wall of your bedroom: Samsung imagines a display-centric world where every surface is a window to the world.
Reportedly, Samsung is currently testing metal mesh display panels for use in their tablets starting sometime next year. Keep reading to learn more!
Samsung in 2014 and beyond: 560 ppi, foldable displays, custom 64-bit processors, 16MP Isocell sensors
Samsung just held its first Analyst Day event in eight years, offering us a glimpse of its plans for 2014 and beyond. Some of the most interesting tidbits coming out of the event concern the advancements in mobile technology that the Korean conglomerate expects to make starting with next year.
New prototype 7-inch tablet display from Japan Display shatters current pixel density records. The 1,600 x 2,560 (Wide-QXGA) resolution of the new 7-inch LCD TFT panel translates to an amazing pixel density of 432 ppi.
For several years Apple was the industry leader for display technology innovations and managed to bring these advancements regularly to the consumer market. It was the first company to release a smartphone with a pixel density greater than 300 ppi, and it was the first company to release a tablet with a QXGA (2048 x 1536) resolution. However recently Apple has been falling behind and the latest iterations of the iPhone are still using the same displays found in the 2012 versions of the device, while the new iterations of devices from companies like Samsung and LG have always improved on…
Samsung announced that it has already started mass-producing flexible panels, and that, unlike its competitor, it will release a commercial product equipped with the display “within days”.