Just two days ago Japan Display announced an amazingly sounding 12.1" 4K display for tablets. That one featured 3840x2160 pixel resolution and 365ppi density.
Today Japan Display unveiled another ultra high resolution display, this time for pocketable mobile devices. The new panel has 1440 x 2560 pixels and is available in two flavors - a 5.4" version with the chart-topping 543ppi density and a 6.2" model with 473ppi.
Both models of the new display have 1mm thin bezels, greater than 160 degree viewing angles and use LTPS (low temperature poly silicon) technology for keeping power consumption under control.
The 5.4-inch unit measures at 69.59 x 126.67 x 1.12 mm and has 1500:1 contrast, while its bigger 6.2" sibling spreads at 80.18 x 146.7 x 1.65 mm and offers a 1000:1 contrast ratio.
It's unclear when we will see an actual product touting these new screens, but seeing how screen sizes and resolutions evolve recently, it might not take longer than until next year.