Japanese electronic manufacturer, Sharp has introduced a 5.5-inch Ultra HD 4K IGZO (Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide) LCD display with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels which is translated into insanely 806ppi at the China Information Technology Expo 2015 in Shenzhen few days back.
This display comes with the display size of 121×68 mm and it is bigger, sharper when compared to 4.1" IGZO LCD display with 736 ppi, that was revealed last year.
However, the mass production of the panel is proving to be tough and the company doesn't expect to achieve it before sometime in 2016.
Sharp 4K IGZO displays will be employed on Samsung's 4K AMOLED displays which is expected to debut at in the near future, along with the Galaxy Note 5 being the first device believed to pack a 4K screen.
According to the report, Sharp is already providing IGZO display technology to the Cupertino company for certain products, with the iPad Pro also being rumored to pack IGZO screens.