Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Sharp's 1080 P 5" Display Sample Pictures

Yesterday reports say that Sharp has started mass production of their 5" 1080P screens. Today TheVerge was one of the lucky ones to see this new display at CEATEC 2012. The display is 5" and has a 1080 P resolution and resulting a 443PPI. This display will be manufacturing using continuous grain silicon rather than their IGZO transistor technology. A Sharp representative explained why they decided to use the older method instead of the IGZO method. They said that the polysilicon permits a much more higher PPI than the IGZO panels in theory. Additionally the continuous grain silicon has a higher electron mobility which leads to faster response times than the IGZO transistors. So with the continuous grain salt method they are able to put more tiny components in the same physical area. This first device to utilise this screen is most probably the HTC 5 inch phablet which is also expected to be a Nexus device. Look below for the sample images from this stunningly beautiful display. 
(Images Courtesy Of TheVerge)
Source: TheVerge 
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