Samsung Smartphones In 2014 Will Offer Twice The Number Of Pixels Of The Screen

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According to the Samsung company, there soon will come time using smartphones with WQHD-resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels). As part of the event Samsung Analyst Day, the company shared some of its plans for the future development of the mobile device market. One of the issues discussed was the company’s promise to use ultra-high-AMOLED-panels with a pixel density of 560ppi.

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Just imagine combining 1440p resolution and a pixel density, you get output 5.2-inch smartphone with the same dimensions, such as the flagship smartphone LG G2 supporting resolution of 1080p, but with 78 percent more pixels. And if that is not enough you then can come to the aid of 4K-resolution, also known as Ultra HD, offering 3840 x 2160 pixels. These plans exist, according to the Korean company Samsung. Device with a similar resolution will be appearing in 2015.



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Another interesting point of discussion during the presentation was the announcement of Samsung that the company in 2013, has shipped more than a million units of Galaxy S smartphone lines and Note.

The next big step for the company will market development wearable electronics and related technologies. Samsung has already entered this market with their “smart” clock Galaxy Gear and does not intend to stop there, and promised to release such a category of gadgets like portable displays. Its goal, the company wants to achieve somewhere in 2015-2016.

In addition, the company announced plans to release a new 16-megapixel optical sensor for smartphones in 2014, and again expressed a desire to begin assembling the new 64-bit ARM processor, in which it is going to use the 64-bit kernel of his own design. Therefore, the company wants to impose competition by Apple, which in turn has introduced its own 64-bit processor for their mobile devices.



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