Monday, 28 May 2012

5-inch LG display packs

       One common downside to the bigger, badder smartphones we’ve seen popping up over the last year or two is that their larger screens get a tad fuzzed out as the pixels become less densely-packed. That won’t be a problem any more for manufacturers who choose LG’s new 5-inch consumer display.

           The 16:9 1080p panel utilizes Advanced High-Performance In-Plane Switching (AH-IPS). That means in addition to being razor-sharp, these new displays will also boast excellent color accuracy, excellent viewing angles, and reduced power consumption — thanks to AH-IPS’ super-efficient light transmission. In the official press release, LG Display VP Sang-Deok Yeo says the HD-friendly panel is a perfect complement to the powerful chips and speedy LTE radios in today’s phones and tablets.

            LG first introduced AH-IPS displays last year, when they announced 3.5 and 4.5-inch models that offered densities of about 330ppi. That put LG’s panels in the same ballpark as the super-crisp Mobile Bravia display in Sony’s Xperia Arc S and the HTC One X, both of which have earned heaps of praise for their quality. These new displays from LG will bring a whopping 440ppi. Unsurprisingly, LG says the naked eye can’t distinguish one pixel from another on the new panels.

       The 440ppi displays will begin rolling off LG’s manufacturing line later this year, and it won’t be long after that someone drops one into an Android phone.

          Let’s hope LG plans to offer up a desktop display with a similar resolution bump. It seems like I’ve been waiting forever for a reasonably-priced monitor that can crank out more than 1920 by 1080.

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