Samsung’s new AMOLED displays are as sharp as diamonds!
Samsung is going to use a new technology inside their upcoming SuperAMOLED displays. The new Full HD SuperAMOLED panels are going to use a diamond or a hexagonal based structure. The new diamond a hexagonal based structure allows Samsung to achieve 440ppi+ pixel density in its mobile displays and also makes the display a bit sharper. Samsung has been developing those by utilizing the Laser-Induced Thermal Imaging (LITI) production process, which is cheaper and allows for much smaller subpixels to be laid out than the conventional Fine Metal Mask (FMM).
Hexagonal shape Daimond shape
Earlier, SamMobile reported about Samsung facing problems mass producing Full HD AMOLED displays but now Samsung has successfully overcome those issues and is now mass producing the high-res mobile panels. There is a high chance that Samsung is going to use the new screen technology inside their upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S IV. The Galaxy S IV is rumoured to have a 4.99” Full HD SuperAMOLED Display with a pixel density of 440PPI+. Samsung wants to release the Galaxy S IV in the first half of 2013. Yesterday, SamMobile reported about the release date of the Galaxy S IV which is planned in April by Samsung.
Yes, this is what we call innovation!
And which one you think is the best one to use: a daimond or a hexagonal shaped pixel?