4K iPhone screen
While Apple isn’t always super forthcoming about the specs of its handsets, it does at least tend to fill you in on their features, but with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus it neglected to mention one- the fact that it can play 4K videos.
Sharp has announced plans to deliver 4K smartphone screens next year. The Japanese company – which produces screens for Apple’s iPhones and other manufacturers – says it can squeeze a 3,840 x 2,160 resolution into a 5.5in display.
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The plans, spotted on a Sharp presentation slide by Phonearena.com, are the latest sign that mobile manufacturers are hellbent on squeezing even more pixels into their devices, despite the eye’s inability to resolve that much detail in a device so small.
When Steve Jobs launched the iPhone 4, he claimed that the “Retina display” would make individual pixels imperceptible to the human eye at a pixel density of 326ppi, when the device was held between 10 and 12 inches from the eye. The 4K display being touted by Sharp will have a pixel density of 806ppi, more than double Jobs’ “magic number”.
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