Friday, November 16, 2012

Samsung Showcasing A Full HD Super AMOLED Panel At CES 2013

One of the first devices to utilise Samsung's Super AMOLED display is the Galaxy S which is also the predecessor of the Galaxy S III. Since the introduction of the Super AMOLED panel Samsung has further advanced the screen technology and the latest panel is the HD Super AMOLED which supports HD resolution. The next step of development is integrating a AMOLED panel to support full HD resolution. Other companies like Sharp and LG have already introduced full HD panels and are currently being used in devices like the HTC J Butterfly and the recently announced Verizon Droid DNA by HTC. A news report suggest that Samsung will be showcasing a full HD Super AMOLED display at CES 2012 in January at Las Vegas. The screen size for this display is most probably a 5 incher as all of the other full HD panels for mobile devices are at 5 inches and that translates into a 440PPI. This panel is reported to be super thin, consumes less power and have the love or hate features of an AMOLED panel. The display will be manufactured using the combined method of FMM production method and the LTI technology which are suitable for mass production. The first device to utilise this new panel is the Galaxy S IV which is expected to be introduced at MWC 2013. The source also noted that the chief of Samsung Electronics is demanding that AMOLED panels be used in the Galaxy S IV instead of the conventional LCD panel. 
Source: Phonearena 
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