CNet – 2013 will have smartphones with higher resolution 5 inch screens as the dominant phone
Japan Display revealed yesterday that the mega joint venture — consisting of Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi’s manufacturing prowess — started mass production of a 5-inch 1,080-pixel LCD screenbound for future smartphones.As for specifics, the upcoming IPS LCD display by JDI contains a 1,080×1,920-pixel resolution and an incredibly sharp 443ppi view. That level of pixels per inch simply blows away anything on the market at this time, including the iPhone 5’s 326ppi display and the Samsung Galaxy S3’s 306ppi resolution.
2014 will see new 64 but ARM chips with 3 times the performance of todays chips.
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