Japan Display Inc. (JDI), one of the world’s top manufacturers of the LCD displays, announced its innovative ideas to introduce displays with better pixel densities that would be made into consumer products in 2014 and beyond.
The JDI has come up with new technology of displays that changes the view of the pixel density. It consists of a 1600 x 2560 (Wide-QXGA) resolution of the new 7-inch LCD TFT panel with a pixel density of 432 ppi.
This display would consume 60 percent less power than the conventional RGB displays. This also offers better brightness compared to other displays. Thanks to the JDI’s WhiteMagic technology. It has a 1.17mm thick panel and accepts stylus input, thanks to the Pixel Eye technology.
Currently, 323 ppi density tablet displays are the highest in the market (Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HDX). The 10.1-inch Transformer Pad from Asus has 299 ppi density.
The betterment of the pixel density displays in the tablet would improve the sales of tablet over the smartphones. However, 2560 x 1440 resolution smartphones are in the pipeline. LG had come up with a 5.5-inch panel with an impressive 538 ppi density, But Vivo; Chinese manufacturer would be the first phone maker to use it as a product.
Source: Android Authority