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Japan Display Inc. unveils 5.4-inch 2560x1440, 543PPI display

Japan Display Inc. unveils the world's highest resolution density panel, a 5.4-inch 2560x1440 panel with a retina-pleasing 543PPI

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Oct 25, 2013 2:29 am

Japan Display Inc. has just unveiled its new WQHD TFT LCDs that will be baked into future smartphones. The two models come in both a 5.4- and 6.2-inch model, with the 5.4-inch model featuring some impressive specifications.

 

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The 5.4-inch panel features a 2560x1440 resolution, providing 543PPI which is nothing short of impressive. The viewing angle on this panel is 160 degrees, which should give it some nice image quality from an angle. The 6.2-inch model features the same 2560x1440 resolution, but because of the bigger screen the pixel density is more spread out and results in a 473PPI display. This is still an achievement worth talking about.

 

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JDI's new panel features low temperature poly silicon (LTPS) technology, which provides low power consumption thanks to its increased panel transmissivity, as well as a thinner module and narrower dead-band, which is a perfect fit for smart devices. I also think this is going to be a great thing for Oculus VR, who wants a high-res panel for their Rift VR headset.

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