Soon the smartphone world will be talking about WQHD resolution, or 2560×1440 pixel displays. On Samsung’s Analyst Day, the company presented its future plans, talking also about its display technology in the next couple of years. The South Korean giant promises to squeeze AMOLED panels with over 500 ppi and 1440 p resolution into a 5.2-inch handset.
That’s not all, because in 2015 they intend to go even further by expanding the resolution up to Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160). 4K resolution is certainly suitable for large TV sets, but implementing this into much smaller smartphone/tablet screens still raises some doubts.
Wearable Galaxy Gear smart watches have already hit the market and we can expect more flexible devices by 2016.
A new 16-megapixel smartphone camera sensor is supposedly coming next year, along with new in-house customized 64-bit ARM chips.
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