Here's what a 2560 x 1440 Quad HD phone screen looks like: first Vivo Xplay3S reviews appear

Here's what a 2560 x 1440 Quad HD phone screen looks like: first Vivo Xplay3S reviews appear
The first reviews of the world’s first smartphone with a Quad HD (2560 x 1440-pixel) have started coming in, showing what the world’s most dense display looks like and how it compares to some of the most popular devices out there - the Apple iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

The phone in question is, of course, the China-made premium Vivo Xplay3S smartphone that should arrive in store shelves in Asia in around a week. It features a huge, 6-inch display with a thin bezel, so that the phone does not end up being too big. Pixel density comes at the impressive 490ppi, beating all other smartphones out there.

At first look, it also looks like a very well calibrated display with accurate colors that will please photography enthusiasts and pros. The Xplay 3S also makes a surprisingly strong appearance when compared against the Galaxy Note 3 and iPhone 5s, seemingly outdoing them in terms of brightness and sharpness. Right below you can examine the comparison images for yourself and get an up close look of the first Quad HD display out there. How does it look to you?


source: PCPop, CNMO, MyDrivers

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