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Samsung to switch to LCD displays for 2013


Last updated: February 17th, 2013 at 12:49 UTC+02:00

Bad news for all AMOLED fans, Samsung isn’t ready for full HD AMOLED resolution displays.
According to the korean newspaper Samsung will choose for full HD LCD displays. Samsung need to have one more year, to find the clue why they couldn’t use high-resolution in AMOLED displays.
Because Samsung’s LCD factory is ready to produce full HD LCD panels, Will Samsung choose for LCD displays for one year. Samsung’s LCD chief reported to compete against LG, and Sharp.
Full HD LCD displays by Samsung will reach a pixel density of 440 ppi. (Pixel per inch). Sharp’s Full HD LCD panel has a density of 443ppi. In this month’s beginning LG reported to be working on full HD AH-IPS displays.

We hope Samsung can find a way to start the production of FULL HD AMOLED displays.
From AMOLED back to LCD seems like a step backwards even when you can’t see the differents between both displays with your own eyes.
Of course we have to say AMOLED is still young! Samsung used their first AMOLED panels in the Samsung JET and Samsung Omnia. From the first Samsung Wave and first Galaxy S is Samsung’s AMOLED displays are hot items in every cellphone.


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