Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Samsung High Pixel Density AMOLED Panels To Feature Hexagonal And Diamond Shaped Pixels

We are already at about the end of the first month of the year and with that, we are also nearing the Galaxy S IV launch which is around March. One of the things which are confirmed to be present on the Galaxy S IV is  the FHD/1080P resolution since this is the trend for high end android phones for 2013. Well, with that Samsung is yet to unveil the world's first FHD AMOLED display. According to industry sources Samsung is experimenting with hexagonal and diamond shaped pixels to achieve a high PPI for their AMOLED displays. These pixels are made using the Laser-Induced Thermal imaging (LITI) process. The scaling has been facing problems in the past but the problem looks to be solved. So stay tuned to see weird shaped pixels on future Samsung phones featuring high pixel densities. 

Source: Phonearena
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