Trying to fit a larger, higher resolution screen into a smaller, thinner body has been the name of the game for the past two years and LG, not one to back down from a challenge, has unleashed its latest 5-inch display with a 1 mm-slim bezel. Read on to find out more.
LG to demo 5-inch OLED flexible display, world’s first Full HD 7-inch tablet panel
Well known display configuration company, Displaymate have conducted tests on the new Samsung Galaxy S4, comparing it with its predecessor the Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 in a high res screen battle royal.
How does the Galaxy S4 display stack up to the competition?
Not only has Sammy become the absolute smartphone king in 2012 based on total device sales, but it has also managed to find a high-end identity and steal the spotlight from Apple’s iPhones, even if for just a little bit.
5 inch Full HD Android smartphones are coming! Should we be happy?
While the Fall 2012 lineup of flagship Android smartphones mostly uses displays that measure 4.7 inches across the diagonal, it looks like 2013 will bring us an avalanche of Android smartphones with a 5 inch display.
Samsung isn’t able to mass produce 441ppi smartphone displays yet – could delay Galaxy S4
Long gone are the days of tiny 3 inch or 3.5 inch displays, even Apple have moved to bigger displays after years of trying to convince everyone that they aren't needed. Samsung are leading this push to bigger, brighter and higher resolution panels and it looks like it has something special planned for the future. Somewhere in its product mix (probably the Galaxy S4 or maybe the Note 3) Samsung are trying to use a 4.99 inch display with a huge 441 pixel per inch density. According to my calculations that means an almost 5 inch display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. Impressive! Well it would be if Samsung could actually mass produce them!
Samsung is ready to produce full HD AMOLED displays, won’t switch to LCD
Rumors emerged recently about Samsung considering a switch to LCD technology for its top of the line smartphones, due to the limited resolution that AMOLED displays can achieve. Now a new report says that Samsung will continue fitting its flagship smartphones with AMOLED screens.