All eyes on 2014: what's next for mobile displays
0. phoneArena 02 Jan 2014, 10:29 posted on
Did you know that the screen of your phone or tablet is actually the part that eats the most battery in daily use?…
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4. SAYED-EJAZ (Posts: 220; Member since: 10 Oct 2013)
all high end smart phones giving battery life of 4hours screen on time and total of usage of one day,thats enough for now.
using mobiles more than 3 hours in a day itself is not good .
so yeah todays smartphones are capable of our needs..
5. Tsoliades (Posts: 209; Member since: 22 Dec 2012)
Development in screen technology will lead to progress in lower power consumption. In the battery stats of all recent Android devices, the screen uses up the most power, by a large margin. Hopefully, this will cease in the near future.
15. androiphone20 (Posts: 1399; Member since: 10 Jul 2013)
wait a little more than a hundred years I guarantee you that
16. jasrockett (Posts: 20; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
Yer, expect some news on battery technology within the next century as the article says. Stop asking are we there yet, it's a long drive and there are no shortcuts on the horizon, ok. Hard ware efficiency is where it's at. So leave your sister alone, look out the window and enjoy the view.
2. gamblor77 (Posts: 68; Member since: 26 Apr 2012)
Brilliant! Bring on the QHD and Gorilla glass 4 and lower power consumption and all the sexy things mentioned.... Except maybe the curved display... Still don't know how I feel about those.
3. Bishop_99 (Posts: 63; Member since: 04 Dec 2013)
I'm not too much into the curve displays either, I can live without that. But bring on the QHD displays and all the other features for 2014.
7. Amir1 (Posts: 256; Member since: 20 Aug 2013)
flexible display these days are half baked. in 10 years maybe they will bring true benefits.
6. alpinejason (Posts: 262; Member since: 06 Sep 2011)
how about an advancement in screen durability.CAUSE GORILLA GLASS SUCKS!!!
9. PapaSmurf (Posts: 7683; Member since: 14 May 2012)
Never had a problem with Gorilla Glass 2 and now 3 on my Note 3. You should be more protective of your phone more.
11. ihavenoname (Posts: 1314; Member since: 18 Aug 2013)
Gorilla Glass doesn't mean that glass is unbreakable, it means it is stronger and more scratch resistant than normal glass.
8. Warenward (Posts: 9; Member since: 06 Dec 2011)
Like the Nexus 10, I skipped this past year for buying new technology. It just wasn't there for me. I really wanted companies to address the elephant in the room, battery life. Everyone said that there is a clear difference between 720p and 1080p phones and I definitely agreed with that statement, but it wasn't enough to warrant an upgrade from my Nexus 4. I truly am excited about this shift in display technology which will finally address battery life. Like this article states, there really hasn't been much innovation in the battery life department in mobile devices hardware wise. With this new LTPS display technology being incorporated into mobile devices at the end of 2013 and throughout 2014, I won't hesitate to make the jump to a 2K phone(Nexus 6 anybody?).
14. hellonerds (Posts: 138; Member since: 27 Aug 2013)
64gb is the new 16gb.. higher resolution we need more memory. .
17. mike2959 (Posts: 212; Member since: 08 Oct 2011)
That year of 2010.....the orginal Galaxy S, the EVO, THE first Android SUPER PHONES..less than 4years ago and compare to to the G2, how about more than 3 times the battery life. 10 x's the processing power. 20 times the storage.
I think the battery is just fine on my G2.