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AUO announces new displays for smartphones,wearables,touch solutions

It’s not just OEMs that are busy announcing their brand new smartphones, tablets, wearables, etc. Even the folks behind some of the components of those gadgets are also unveiling their new products and offerings, so that maybe next year, they will also appear on the newest devices that will be announced. One such company is AU Optronics Corp or AUO, who announced all their newest display offerings for various kinds of consumer gadgets, including smartphones, wearables and touch solutions for styluses.

Sony Xperia Z5+ may be first device to have 4k display as per UAP

While 4K resolution is already a common thing in the field of television and film, it is yet unheard of when it comes to mobile devices. But a user-agent profile for the upcoming Sony Xperia Z5+ shows that it may very well be the first smartphone or phablet to sport the 4k resolution on that small a screen. Called the Sony E68XX (E6833, E6853 E6883), the handset and its variants may very well sport an unprecedented 2160 x 3480 resolution.

Samsung reportedly working on bringing 11K display to mobile devices

If your head and your eyes are still adjusting to the idea of 4k display on your mobile devices, then in a few years, you will probably have to wrap your head around something even bigger (although not necessarily better). A Korean news outfit is reporting that Samsung is now hard at work to bring 11k (yes, that’s not a typo, it really is 11) display to smartphones and tablets, planning to give us more pixels than we ever could have imagined.

Infographic: How much of your smartphone is screen

We love infographics. It seems that as the years progress, people have become better and better at doing this – that is, communicate a complicated issue with visuals so much better than just mere words would. Today we have a particularly telling one from the guys over at Mobilsiden.dk, one that shows you just how much of your phone is screen real estate in relation to bezels and other non-screen elements.

Samsung used Diamond Pixels display matrix on S6 edge’s curved display

No doubt the Samsung Galaxy S6's display is crisp and clear. Thanks to the Super AMOLED display used. But for the Galaxy S6 edge, some people are left wondering if the curved edge still features the Diamond Pixels matrix arrangement of Samsung. It's the technology that the South Korean giant uses to make sure resolution is higher than usual. It's the PenTile matrix that Samsung has been using to achieve super clear display.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may come with highest pixel density ever

It will still be months until we hear whether or not there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 this year (or whether there will actually be a gadget with that name) and yet the rumor mill has already started working. Previous presentations in the past few days may have confirmed that the OEM is coming up with a high pixel density device sometime this year, and now they're speculating that this might arrive with their upcoming phablet.

LG announces new 5.5-inch QHD LCD Panel used in the new G4

LG Display has recently introduced a new Quad High Definition LCD panel for smartphones. The QHD display impresses with a new color gamut, better contrast ratio, brightness, power consumption, and touch function. This is one is very thin and is currently in mass production. We're assuming this 5.5-inch QHD LCD panel with IPS technology will be first used at the upcoming LG G4 because of the same display size and LG said it will be used on the "forthcoming flagship smartphone to be unveiled at the end of the month". Loud and clear.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 wins at display color accuracy test

DisplayMate’s Color Accuracy Shoot-Out has a couple of premises – first, that users have been used to mediocre color accuracy since day one, and secondly, that manufacturers do not calibrate their devices for display color accuracy from the factory. This results in devices not being equal in terms of color accuracy. So DisplayMate is on a mission to pick out which devices has the best “Absolute Color Accuracy” – and it turns out the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the winner.

The YotaPhone 2 gives you two working touchscreens, front and back

If we had written this piece say in 2013, you could be forgiven for thinking that the makers of the YotaPhone had just complete lost all sanity. That is, of course, until the advent of Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge, which had manufacturers thinking out-of-the-box on what they can do with another touchscreen surface. Granted, what the YotaPhone has is completely unexpected and unorthodox – but you can’t say it isn’t worth a look in these modern times.
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