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Sharp Announces The First 4k Screen Smartphone With A 806 Pixels Per inch

After Quad HD, It may well become the next 4K workhorse builders. Sharp, The Japanese manufacturer and pioneer of LCD, Sharp has just announced the first Ultra HD screen for smartphones. With a size of 5.5 inches and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, iPhone 6 Plus is the same size, but has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 and a pixel density of just 401 per inch. The new 4K screen based on IGZO technology offers incredible of 806 pixel density, Almost three times the ordinary Retina. Or about twice that of Full HD 1080p screens upmarket 2013 and 2014 to 16 times more pixels. This incredible technology product will continue to drive with a 16-year Android hardware arms race in 2015.The company plans a schedule for release of this mass production in 2016.

Sharp Announces The First 4k Screen Smartphone With A 806 Pixels Per inch

IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide), indium, gallium zinc oxide as an abbreviation, An amorphous IGZO material is a thin-film transistor technology for the next generation in the channel layer material is a metal oxide panel technology. Sharp uses it to improve their competitiveness in the small and medium-size LCD panels.

A few months ago, Sharp presented the smallest Quad HD display in the world. With its 4.1-inch diagonal only for a definition of 2560 x 1440 pixels, it was already able to achieve a resolution of 768 pixels per record inches. Today, this is the builder goes even further with a 4K display a definition of 806 pixels per inch.

Obviously, This is not tomorrow the day we will see this new screen 4K proposed by Sharp democratize since its mass production is not expected before 2016. However, if the rumors about the next Phablet Samsung are true, then the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to hit the market with a 4K screen of 5.78 inches with a resolution of 762 dpi.

A new screen which, again, just restart the eternal debate about the utility of 4K on a smartphone screen, knowing that the Quad HD and Full HD panels perfectly accomplish their mission.

That said, The Ultra HD smartphone could take its meaning with the democratization of virtual reality. The immersive effect will be better, Although at this level, you don’t really complain about with the Quad HD. Nevertheless, Although the 4K screens may have some utility, Such screens will no doubt put huge pressure on the processor and battery. As ultra-high definition should not compromise daily usage.