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AUO Corp mass produces 6-inch WQHD displays

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.

Hannspree Hannspad SN14t71 tablet lands in the UK bearing a 13.3-inch screen

As mentioned a couple of times in the past, vendors sometimes do the strangest things just to stand out from a market full of people copying each other and doing the same things. One very recent exemplar of this is the Hannspree Hannspad SN14t71, which is probably the largest portable Android tablet you've so far laid eyes on, though the aspect of portability is, at this point, almost debatable.

True flexible display shown, can display animation around curvature

As Samsung and LG recently demonstrated, the curved display has interest from consumers. Though both are currently finding their way, Semiconductor Energy Laboratories (SEL) may have one-upped them in a big way. The company recently showed off a flexible display that can bend to 4mm, and display images on or around the curvature.

Samsung Galaxy Round finds an ally in DisplayMate

If Samsung and LG are to be believed, the next smartphone battleground will be around flexible or curved displays in hand-sized proportions. But for now, it all sounds too much like a gimmick. That, however, may not be the case, at least based on some hands-on experiments done by DisplayMate Technologies, a company that specializes in display calibration, optimization, and consultancy.

LG G2 screen brightness can be wonky, give Lux Auto Brightness a try

The brand new LG G2 smartphone sure is impressive. We loved nearly everything about the 5.2-inch quad-core flagship smartphone in our full G2 Review. However, one area that always seemed to bother us was the screen brightness, and thanks to several comments and XDA threads, we know we're not alone. Thankfully there's many custom apps in the Play Store to fix this, so we figured we'd mention one.
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