And in the next 2 years, Sony's propietary CLEDIS display, a clear OLED killer, will be available to Xperia phones and gonna blow OLEDs away, and Samsung will be the biggest loser since they acquired too many panels when the superior one is coming out. How do I prove myself? CLEDIS is basically an OLED within the structure of an LED screen. IT DOESN'T USE A BACKLIGHT, yes, NO BACKLIGHT, so it can achieve perfect blacks just like OLEDs, but the advantage is that the black backplane is even darker than OLEDs, so even when light shines on the display, regardless of how bright that light is, the screen would be unrecognizable as a screen. It even has full 180° viewing angle horizontally and vertically, leaving totally no chance for OLEDs to have an advantage. Even the brightness is superior, ranging from 1 to 1,000nits, more like how a true HDR screen will be. Let's not forget the pixels themselves, which are microscopic in size, so a 100 ppi CLEDIS panel would be even sharper than a 2,000ppi OLED panel in 4K; VR lovers and users, here's your upcoming perfect deal. And do I have to mention the longevity of this panel? This even lasts longer than an LED panel, which also lasts even more than an OLED panel, and production cost will be way lower because of how price undemanding this technology is. Yeah, it's pretty hard to make, but nowherear close to making an OLED panel. So Samsung fanboys, saying that your OLED will dominate the world is like saying in the year of CRT TVs that CRT TVs will dominate forever, totally false. Don't get me wrong, I'd be pleasured to use OLED screens, but why settle for less? Oh, OnePlus 3 and 3T damn! Lol
Amazing! Removing polarizer is a good move for higher brightness level. And making OLED without blue light is even better. Our eyes finally going to be saved from the harsh blue light. Samsung is definitely the best innovator. This is what we call innovation! Look at Apple Campus, what they had been doing?
Sony xperia Z5/XZ Premium have 4K displays on 5.5" with about 800ppi and even a Nvidia GTX 1080 can't output high-quality VR games at 90fps+ on 4K (htc vive and oculus rift have 3x less pixels, 2.6MP vs 8.3MP)...so Samsung's 1500ppi VR screens will have about 5K resolution, which is 14.7MP(5.65x more pixels to push than current VR)...you need a WTF supercomputer in order to have 1500ppi VR, this is crazy, too much even for Desktop VR
Oh No! Not Force Touch again! Please let it remain in the history books. Even Apple doesn't make much noise about it now!
.w.e.n.t.e., 21 Mar 2017almost a month gone by after the MWC and only now this news comes out? LOLs!Well it wasn't really readily available to everyone. Only a select few had the priviledge to see this new tech.
almost a month gone by after the MWC and only now this news comes out? LOLs!
They should have added 17:9, 4096x2160 (4k) screen in their new S8. It's ~800 PPI (not 1200) but it's honestly enough for good Netflix VR watching. *Finally* make Gear VR useful. Not only that the 4k tech on small amoled screens exists since early 2015 ... so it's a 2 year old tech already ... but nooo they elected to go to the same old tired 1440p using an akward aspect ratio (no ability to use industry standard resolution, screen too tall) because apparently, at this point, fan boys (would) buy anything.