Next-gen iPhone's display is revealed to have a resolution of 960 x 640

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Next-gen iPhone's display is revealed to have a resolution of 960 x 640
Everywhere we turn, some of the high-end smartphones available in the market are sporting WVGA resolutions that pack plenty of detail in what's being viewed on-screen. There have been plenty of speculations surrounding the display of a next-generation iPhone. Now it's looking more like a confirmation that it'll offer a 960 x 640 IPS display according to after they took an in-depth look at one they apparently have in possession. They basically took it under a microscope and made the discovery by simply counting the RGB elements found on the display – basically coming to the conclusion that the overall vertical and horizontal direction were double over the existing iPhone 3GS. What's even more impressive is the fact that its pixel density is in reality quadrupled over the iPhone 3GS – so that means there will be a lot more detail that can be visibly seen. With that in tow, it would essentially make these current generation handsets sporting WVGA displays look dated.

Apple iPhone 4G Preliminary Specifications

via MacRumors & BGR


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