Hitachi unveils affordable 4.5" HD display with 329ppi and reduced power consumption
2. Mishra (unregistered)
This screen must be patented quickly by Samsung, LG, or any Asian companies, don't let Apple secure it!
3. remixfa (Posts: 14223; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
im pretty sure its already patented by Hitatchi. Samsung displays are already beyond this, and who knows what LG is up to. No worries.
4. superguy (Posts: 271; Member since: 15 Jul 2011)
Even so, it's nice to see a non-PenTile matrix tech have this capability.
6. holio (unregistered)
I'm not all that up on screen tech.. how is Sammy beyond this?
I could have misread.. but I thought Sammy's method for 1280x720 resolution was via pentile.. this seems superior to pentile in every way.
Add to that, more effecient, and it sure sounds like a winner!
So.. how is the Samsung display tech for 4.5" screens better?
7. roldefol (Posts: 3219; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
This is partly subjective, but AMOLED generally has brighter colors (not necessarily natural-looking, but brighter), higher contrast (deeper blacks) and lower power consumption than comparable LCD screens. In another year or so they won't need PenTile anymore, but for now it's a tossup.
8. tech-head (Posts: 132; Member since: 02 Sep 2011)
So the Nexus Prime, Galaxy Note, etc are all pentile?? That sucks. :(
10. corps1089 (Posts: 492; Member since: 20 Jan 2010)
Yeah, the Nexus Prime/Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Note are Super AMOLED HD, which resorts to PenTile matrix. They won’t be as pixel dense as Super AMOLED Plus would be at the same resolution and therefore not as sharp.
But the Galaxy Note article may be correct in stating that the naked eye cannot discern the difference at this resolution:
Super AMOLED Plus versus Super AMOLED:
Super AMOLED HD:
11. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3043; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
Yea it makes you wonder in the end if its worth the high resolution. I know a lot of people who despise pentile displays. I personally don't think they are THAT bad but it can be annoying however.
9. Tristann (Posts: 76; Member since: 04 Nov 2010)
Could someone explain the differences please? D Why is Pentile so bad?:
12. baldilocks (Posts: 552; Member since: 14 Dec 2008)
No one was talking about pixel density until Apple started talking about it. Love it! :)
13. Rocky J (unregistered)
It's okay if the screen is 500 nits and above as long as the battery can be used up to 3 days...