Anonymous, 08 Nov 2014How about working on new battery technology not stupid things we don't even need.Well its Better to have something and don't Need it then to Need something and Don't have it..
AnonD-326248, 08 Nov 2014Just what I was saying 2190 ppi. Mind that researchers also claim (some) that actually number ... moreHealthy young observers have a binocular acuity superior to 20/20; the limit of acuity in the unaided human eye is around 20/10–20/8 (6/3–6/2.4), although 20/8.9 was the highest score recorded in a study of some US professional athletes.
So max what human eye can see is not much greater than stated before and this is for few 0.1% of people.
And again, that is looking from 4 inch distance.
Now take your phone and measure viewing distance. How much is it?
why the super duper high res? because they can
battery life? with improvement in many areas it wont be bad as many would say
people as usual bash without even thinking and not that the device is out yet
AnonD-90736, 08 Nov 2014My 6.4" Sony Z Ultra has a 1080p resolution and it looks absolutely stunning. The art of ... moreHave you ever used a super amoled in your life? Ive used all the sony phones but when you look at super amoled once all other displays are sh*t..
How about working on new battery technology not stupid things we don't even need.
I think for this phone, they are aiming for people who has some nasty pleasureable hobby (or some psychotic habit) of zooming their hi resolution photos all day long. Advanced or professional photo editors don't swallow up a huge consumer market. But I guess I'll just rely on 'Mr Time' if this will be a hit in the future since this phone shall be released in the future (or near future), anyway. I hope they time their launch right in correspondence with the society's views of having 4K displays on handsets. I don't think, however, that this will get released any sooner than the end of the year. I'll take this as a rumor until I they announce any relase date
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2014On average the resolution a healthy human eye can perceive is between 0,4 and 1 arcminute*. Be... moreIts actually 576 Mega Pixels
Also the camera with the highest number of pixels has 570 Mega Pixels only.
My 6.4" Sony Z Ultra has a 1080p resolution and it looks absolutely stunning. The art of having a brilliant screen is what's called picture processing, so the amount of pixels won't have any impact on the quality of the screen. Sony use their TV picture processing to make their phones look good. These pixel wars aren't going to make any difference to what you see on your mobile device it's what's done to the screen that make it look good.
Baka -_- stupid pixel wars -_- respect batteries oems -_- QHD now UHD? just who need? who the f@*k need it? all people is requesting is a normal battery and bright screen and good screen contrast, pixels has no clue to that... and taking up many performance and battery, oems u really should learn on people`s will like OnePlus doing (they`ll make smaller phone then 5.5"). 4k display in smartphone is total overkill and useless -_-
Fans from Korea here not stupid Samsung. You want more pixels than on your ultra hd TVs? What for?
That's why we're buying less Samsung's even on home ground.
pffffff bye bye battery... so stupid put many pixels.... stupid race of resolution!
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2014On average the resolution a healthy human eye can perceive is between 0,4 and 1 arcminute*. Be... moreJust what I was saying 2190 ppi. Mind that researchers also claim (some) that actually number can be higher.
AnonD-326248, 08 Nov 2014The researchers actually calculated human eye can see around 2190 ppi. Everything beyond we ne... moreOn average the resolution a healthy human eye can perceive is between 0,4 and 1 arcminute*. Before we translate this into pixels used by displays in use today, we need to acknowledge that the size of the pixel will vary with distance.
An average adult can focus at no closer than 4" (10 cm) distance from a display. At this distance the smallest pixel/dot size the eye can distinguish is 0,0116 mm or 11,6 microns (for 0,4 arcminute). For 1 arcminute, it rounds up to about 29 microns.
An inch is 25,4mm, and in that inch you can fit 2190 ppi (dpi) at 0,4 arcminutes, and 876 ppi (dpi) at 1 arcminute.
This means that if a healthy adult brings any display or printed paper to 4" (10cm) from his face, the maximum resolution he/she can see is 2190 ppi/dpi. However, the legally accepted norm of vision is 1 arcminute, which translates to 876 ppi/dpi at 4" (10cm).
* arcminute is a unit of angular measurement equal to 1/60 of one degree (or π/10.800 radians). Average resolution means that human eye can see more detail only within an extremely small focused point. As distance from this point grows, the resolution that can be perceived drops.
However, the legally accepted norm of vision is 1 arcminute, which translates to 876 ppi/dpi at 4" (10cm).
Will you hold your phone closer than 5 inches from your eyes to need 4K on 6 inch display?
Focus on the galaxy s6 first.i so regret being a samsung customer. Used s2, s3 and now s5 and so disappointed that i would never opt for another galaxy device.
Best of luck! samsung users
I really wonder if human eyes can realize the pixel densities more than 300 ppi. If someone knows it in detail, please answer. If eye cannot differentiate the difference, why do these componies go above 700 ppi?
What do android need for that screen? I really have to scratch my head...
Android only play 8 bit games, and stream low quality pirated drama only. Everytime i see what android users are doing on their phones...
1. Korean drama streamed
2. 8 bit games
3. Candy crush...
What they need is more and bigger battery.