The phone will boast one of the highest resolution displays on the market
South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is reportedly working on a new screen technology for the upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone, supposedly set to be officially introduced at an Unpacked Event in March.A recent report from DigiTimes cites “industry sources” claiming that Samsung Display is preparing new pixel layouts for the AMOLED screen of the upcoming flagship device.
Apparently, these are hexagon- and diamond-shaped pixel layouts, meant to increase the overall pixel density of the screen to over 440ppi.
The current side-by-side layout does not allow for such a pixel density to be achieved easily, it seems.
The news site also notes that Samsung is likely to use a LITI production process for the panel, and that the Galaxy S IV flagship will have one of the highest resolution displays on the market.