this rumor is from twitter discussion here we added one point
I guess it would be Xperia Z2, but I just bought my Xperia Z1 a month ago (-,-" )
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2014http://www.j-display.com/english/news/2013/20131024.htmlplease with this display
AnonD-61409, 07 Jan 2014I tottaly agree. 2K is useless. It's very true that having a Full HD display is of NO BENE... moreSo if all smartphone companies like samsung, sony, lg, motorola, htc, nokia...etc...makes a 2k or higher, then all flagship/smartphone will be useless????
Genza, 07 Jan 2014you can read this: http://www.j-display.com/english/news/2013/20131024.htmlokay i read that
but how can you be so sure that's for Sony Sirius phone?
still we don't know yet.
AnonD-136891, 07 Jan 2014Xperia Z2 - The best of Sony that had gone better is now even better. I Like this :D
AnonD-61409, 07 Jan 2014I tottaly agree. 2K is useless. It's very true that having a Full HD display is of NO BENE... morethat's not entirely true. Most experts agree that we can discern pixels up to 900 PPI. The retina/300ppi thing was simply marketing by Steve Jobs and Apple.
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2014where is your source for that? i search i didn't find it any where http://www.j-display.com/english/news/2013/20131024.html
Protocol, 07 Jan 20142k is useless on such a small display and there's no real world benefits of having it on a pho... moreI tottaly agree. 2K is useless.
It's very true that having a Full HD display is of NO BENEFIT in the end; when you see the screen there's no difference between HD and Full HD, specially having a more than 320DPI screen (even at 260DPI).
Any gamer knows that a higher resolution screen needs a much better GPU to support it. Adreno 320 (on my Xperia ZL)supports fine any game at FUll HD, except Need For Speed MW. With this game the FPS is very near to "optimal" (playing after a reboot), but it's not totally optimal as time passes cause the device heats up.
There you have the worst part of having a very high resolution display. The GPU suffers uselessly.
And when the device heats up the NFS's frame rate decreases, and this become worse if you have several services and apps runing in the background... Good bye to speed feeling.
But, use a Resolution Changer app... set it to the Moto X's resolution and DPI... (720x1280, 312DPI)... NFS's frame rate "magically" turns from "good" to more than optimal!
Changing the resolution does not affect in any way the system. It's safe as long as the app uses a safe method (Not through build.prop).
I use this "NOMone Resolution Changer" by NOMONE. It's free and the best for this job.
When my ZL is quite loaded with apps and hot... I use this app and NFS runs so very smoothly and at highest FPS, like it should, thanks to a lower load (HD) rather than the useless Full HD resolution.
Sorry for the offtopic. Of course S800 and S805 have no issues with Full HD (other than battery drain), but with 2K the story will repeat somehow... and still with NO benefits.
You're welcome for the tips. :P
PD: I hope Sirius use S805 n.n
Anonymous, 07 Jan 20145.4 inch wqhd/qhd=1.12 mm slimmer than lg display. bezels= 1mm. 543ppi. where is your ... moreyou can read this: http://www.j-display.com/english/news/2013/20131024.html
THERE IS A GOOD NEWS FOR BOTH SONY & LG SMARTPHONES!
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Genza, 07 Jan 2014Yes i'm pretty sure sirius will use Jdi display.where is your source for that?
i search i didn't find it any where
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2014IS THAT for SONY Xperia Sirius?lol IF NOT? DON'T TALK ABOUT IT! Yes i'm pretty sure sirius will use Jdi display.
5.4 inch wqhd/qhd=1.12 mm slimmer than lg display.
where is your source for this?
is this for sony sirius smartphone??????
Genza, 07 Jan 2014Lol Japan display (Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi) has more superior display than LG display
5.... moreLG Display shows world's first QHD IPS 2560 x 1440 5.5-inch LCD
Read more: http://www.electronista.com/articles/13/08/20/new.display.to.see.market.some.time.in.2014.on.tablets.phones/#ixzz2pjvmqYfL