Samsung Display, as the resource Digitimes, citing its own informants from among the Taiwanese industrial sources, is working on new markup pixels for use in their AMOLED panels of small size in order to further increase the resolution.
Sources say that Samsung allegedly experimenting with AMOLED-display with a pixel in the shape of hexagons or diamonds – it should allow to raise the density above 440 ppi, which is difficult to achieve with traditional pixel ranging up one after the other.
If the latest rumors say, that the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S4 will receive a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 (that is, its pixel density will be 440 ppi), a Digitimes claims that this smartphone will be applied AMOLED-mentioned high-density panels. As a result, the new flagship of Samsung can get a giant screen at the highest resolution on the market of smartphones.
It is reported that the appearance of such AMOLED-screen was made possible by the production process LITI (Laser-Induced Thermal Imaging), which has the potential not only cheaper, but also allows you to create sub pixels of a smaller size. Earlier in the way of this technique were difficulties with the development of mass production. Apparently, Samsung has overcome these problems.
If the data is correct, then Samsung will be another opportunity to stand out from the competition. In addition to the screen the company may apply to the Galaxy S4 latest processor Exynos 5 Octa, which is equipped with a 4-core Cortex-A15 and 4-core Cortex-A7, running as a 4-processor yadeerny in the technology ARM big.LITTLE.