Chinese manufacturer Huawei has made it clear that it wonít be using 4K displays in its smartphones in the near future. According to the companyís President of the Handset Product Line Kevin Ho, the advanced displays would result in a major compromises to battery life, something which the company isnít willing to accept.
ď4K needs a lot of power, so if you use it you have to make compromises. A 4K display on a smartphone may give you half a day of battery life but a 2K display can give you maybe one day or more,Ē Ho said. ď4K has four times the pixels of Full HD so the power consumption is maybe 4 or 8 times as much as Full HD so the smartphone has to have compromises with battery life.Ē
Ho also asserted that while 4K looks impressive on large screens, itís difficult to tell the difference between 4K and 2K on a smaller smartphone display of five to six inches.
However, he didnít completely rule out the possibility of 4K devices in the future. ďI donít want to say thereís no chance for 4K on smartphones, but we need to think about compromise and whether our eyes can tell the difference.Ē
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It isn't worth it now. And Huawei 'made it clear that it won't be using 4K displays in the near future'. But maybe in the future or 'far future', they might