ar majeed, 13 Apr 2015Wait soon samsung copy this too! Typical blinded haters. Google search for 4K Note 5.
i need 3000 ppi density to match my 3000mah battery now!!! much good battery very without lag!!!!! take my money andshruot uwp!!!123211111!!!!
Why? On a 5.5" device this is overkill. Don't even try to suggest otherwise. Not only that, the added pixels/resolution destroys performance on the battery and the fps front (should you care to play games on this thing).
Nice technological achievement, but really dumb in practice until we get some SoCs that can actually handle this efficiently.
720p I'm OK with, 1080p I'm great with and QHD I'm fine with. This is just pushing it now.
avno7xp, 13 Apr 2015I wish they had spent the time and money making a super power efficient display I wish they'd spend more money on exporting their phones...
Give me a break.
This people commenting like it was a Smartphone screen.
PEOPLE USE YOUR EYE IT SAID 5.5" NOT 5.5'
prefer true black tech
denser ppi is secondary.
my tab s is 300+ ppi, my s4 is 400+ ppi. i think they are same good.
400+ might not be necessary.
i still have interrst to try a 500+ ppi true black screen
more meaningful is to bring up the ppi on nb screen, desktop screen.
would we see 130+ ppi true black nb desktop screen at affordable price in near future?
Because this is what we need on a 5'' screen...4k resolution...next they will invent pants, that forever hold your fart smell...because that is just as useful, actually slightly more, I'm personally surprised they didn't think of before.
I wish they had spent the time and money making a super power efficient display
let's hope note 5 will have the same display resolution and min 4000 mah,or in the worst case a brick battery with 200 000 mAh
Cenas, 13 Apr 2015Two letters: VR!Two Words = Vibration Reduction.just kidding.
Oh no...my fully charged battery 3000mAh is draining really fast on this 4k....
Please add a link to your test:
And if you are wondering whether a 4K screen will actually make any difference, you can check out our post on pixel density. There’s a simple test there that lets you know the highest resolution that makes difference to you, depending on your eyesight.
So 1080 is for low end, 2k mid range and 4k high end.. this will be the trend...
Wow so sharp, just crazy. Wouldn't it be overkill for the battery and brightness?