Samsung Produces Retina Display for Tablets

Samsung Produces Retina Display for Tablets

Samsung are currently, along with LG, the company who produce the LCD Display Panels for Apple iPad’s. Ever since the iPad 2 was announced, people were complaining that it was missing the exquisite retina display (click here to learn more about screens) that you could find on iPhone 4. Now it seem’s Samsung has finally created a display that can be considered as ‘Retina Display’ Technology.

Their new 10.1 inch 2560 x 1600 display screams pixel quality, especially with a 300dpi (dots per inch) pixel density. The high screen resolution (1600p) should prove enough to satisfy the harshest of critics, but obviously we expect to see this in the new line of Galaxy Tabs soon enough. Just to give you an idea, the current iPad screens have a resolution of 1024 x 728, and a pixel density of around 160dpi, and in comparison your regular HD TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080. So as you can tell, there’s a huge jump on those specs. Maybe soon enough Apple will be able to scoop some of these displays for your iPad 3 from Samsung, if Samsung can get over the fact that Apple is you know.. suing them. ¬†According to Samsung, these amazing screens will be available for our viewing pleasure, towards the end of the year, which can’t come soon enough.

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Souce: Gizmodo


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