Samsung prepping 7" Super AMOLED Plus display for tablets with increased resolution

Samsung prepping 7" Super AMOLED Plus display for tablets with increased resolution
Samsung Mobile Display recently opened the new OLED display factory, and is now rumored to upgrade the resolution of its 7" Super AMOLED display prototype to 1024x768 pixels, for eventual tablet appearance.

While this is a far cry from the rumored iPad 3 double resolution of 1536x2048, let's not forget this will be the largest AMOLED display on a mobile device, so some tradeoffs are inevitable until Samsung preps the LITI production method, which will bring "Retina Display" resolutions to Super AMOLED screens as well.

There is also a speculation that the 7" tablet display will shift to Samsung's newer Super AMOLED Plus technology, instead of Super AMOLED, which will mean cheaper production, crisper image, thinner devices and lower power consumption. For what it's worth it is unlikely that we will see a tablet with this screen this year, as this myth was debunked by Samsung, but the mobile and wireless expos in the beginning of next year will be the perfect venue to announce one.

source: Daum via SamsungHub

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