LG F240K Android smartphone with 1920 by 1080 pixel screen appears on GLBenchmark
5. VJo003 (Posts: 339; Member since: 11 Mar 2012)
2013 will be a watershed year for Mobile computing
7. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 3024; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
...and 1080p becomes a normal resolution for mobile screens!!
11. PhenomFaz (Posts: 1104; Member since: 26 Sep 2012)
they should focus on making an overall better product rather than just have one outstanding feature and hope the phone sells on it
15. Hemlocke (unregistered)
Exactly. In 18 months, we have gone from 800 x 480 being the standard resolution to now 1080p showing up. In that time, processors have gone up from single-core to quad-core and some Cortex A15 variants showing up. Battery life? It seems to be going backward. The spec war needs to stop, or slow down, and work needs to be done on improving the usefulness of UIs, improving the UX, and extending battery life.
2. hung2900 (Posts: 821; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
Removable and bigger battery + microSD slot = bye bye DNA
6. redmd (Posts: 909; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)
i bet the dna will be the one x again when the S4 comes around.
18. blackspot (Posts: 102; Member since: 14 Nov 2012)
Unfortunately, that just might be the case. We'll see what happens. Maybe. Maybe not.
13. andro. (Posts: 1971; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
I wouldn't quite say bit will be a blunt at that but 16gb memory with no option of expansion could be filled very fast by games and video media needing to be formatted in 1080p resolution. The DNA should have the one x plus 64gb memory
8. HTCFreak (Posts: 151; Member since: 17 Jul 2010)
Our eyes can't distinguish the pixels on a 320+ ppi screen, and the droid dna has 440ppi, so I don't see a reason to make a 1600p screen for phones...
14. zuckerboy (banned) (Posts: 898; Member since: 22 Dec 2011)
and there is no reason make 1080p screen for mobile too.
17. Wiki_jaan (Posts: 703; Member since: 24 Jun 2012)
companies can do any thing to sale their products ............. even idea is not useful
19. phitch (Posts: 214; Member since: 06 Mar 2012)
Our eyes can distinguish pixels at 320 plus, it all depends on the length at which the screen is being held away from your face. The main advantage of having higher resolution isn't about seeing pixels it is about making the image look cleaner. Even if you can't see the pixel you still may see blurring that occurs, higher resolution provides less blurring.
9. lboogy82788 (Posts: 22; Member since: 09 Jan 2012)
Go LG! The huge success of the Nexus 4 has gave LG great traction in this highly competitive mobile industry. Next up we'll have ARM's new A50 series chips enabling smart phones to pump out 2GHz, 4GB RAM, 125GB on board storage, and possibly 2.5k resolution! Watch!
10. miladkhahil (Posts: 26; Member since: 08 Dec 2008)
Woww... This is going way Tooo fast ... :)
12. hotmonkas (Posts: 3; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
is it just me, or do those benchmark scores not look very good? both onscreen and offscreen are under 20fps.
16. epicandroid (banned) (Posts: 40; Member since: 08 Nov 2012)
The new 1080p screened beasts usually all run on the APQ8064 Snapdragon S4 Pro..why not head to the Exynos on the Samsung? All the competition is running the same hardware...except the Exynos