AU Optronics Corp, or AUO for short, has unveiled a variety of high resolution displays for the electronics market. Among these is what the company claims to be the world's highest resolution panel for smartphones using AMOLED display technology.
All those interesting flexible displays we see now and again at trade shows have one thing in common: they’re not available for purchase. Companies showing the bendable, flexible displays commit to bringing them to retail, but offer no timeline for when that will be. Samsung may have just had the first break, though, and mass production could come sooner rather than later.
OPPO has just unveiled its latest masterpiece and it doesn't disappoint, at least in as far as matching rumors to reality goes. The OPPO Find 7 boasts almost all the buzzworthy specs and features that you'd want to find in a high-end smartphone this year.
Newcomer OnePlus has a slogan boasting that it will never settle for anything less, and now it seems that it applies to the laws of physics as well. Building up hype around its first ever smartphone, the company is now teasing the fact that the OnePlus will have a spacious 5.5-inch 1080p display crammed into a 5.0-inch frame.
There has been several official teasers from OPPO in amongst the numerous leaks and rumors surrounding the Find 7. One in particular arrived back towards the end of last year. That one confirmed the display size at 5.5-inches and with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. While that seemed to have been good enough news, later rumors began mentioning another handset, one with a 5.5-inch display and resolution of 1920 x 1080.
LG announced the upcoming US availability of the G Flex earlier in the month during CES. At the time LG mentioned the handset would be coming available during the first quarter of the year and with three of the four major US carriers. Those three included AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. And as we often see with these types of device announcements, LG basically left everyone waiting for the individual carrier announcements for the specifics.
LG recently announced the G Flex would be arriving with several US carriers. But even outside the US market, the handset is still relatively new. The LG G Flex is a smartphone that sports a 6-inch curved display. And as suggested by the name, the display is also flexible.
Aside from an eye towards 64-bit processors, the smartphone hardware competition is slowly converging towards a new baseline when it comes to displays. And AUO, or AU Optronics Corp, says that it is at the forefront of that race by being one of the first, if not the few, to mass produce WQHD LCD's squeezed into 6-inch screens.
Spreading its Android wings even further, PC maker Lenovo has just introduced the ThinkVision 28 and the ThinkVision Pro2804m smart displays. While this gigantic screen can practically function as a home computer thanks to the Android ecocystem, this one has entertainment written all over it.
Acer has unveiled their latest all-in-one monitor. The model is the TA272, which is powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra process and running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. And as equally important, the Acer TA272 measures in at 27 inches and sports a resolution of 2560 x 1440. As was pointed out by Acer, that means the display resolution is 4 times sharper than HD.