Apple's Retina Display technology was a knockout when it got debuted on the New iPad screen, which was released in early 2012 and included a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels with more than 300 PPI. Since, then no tech consumer manufacturer has been able to meet the finesse of the screen display what Apple devices hold including the new iPhone 5.
However, now it seems Samsung, the biggest rival to the Cupertino giant and also LG – the Korean sibling of the former are prepping up their warriors aggressively to challenge the likes of Retina Display technology.
A newsbreak has come from MK News that after the launch of HTC J Butterfly in Japan, the Taiwanese tech giant first 1080p high definition smartphone, now Samsung, LG and Pantech are planning to unveil 1080p smartphones of their own to be released in the market in the first half of the 2013.
According to a recent report MK News, all the three Korean companies will reportedly release smartphones with AMOLED and LCD displays with over 400 PPI pixel density. Back in May, reports claimed that LG Display was the first one to show a 5 inch 440 PPI smartphone display. Also, Samsung Electronics was alo informed to purchase full HD AMOLED display panels from Samsung Display to employ them on its smartphones.
Moreover, even Pantech, another Korean-based smartphone vendor, is believed to be working on a 1080p smartphones of its own for an early 2013 release. However, it’s unclear where it will be sourcing its 1080p displays from.
The Verge reports have stated that MK News has a “decent record of unearthing early information on the plans of the big Korean companies,” and it previously identified the Galaxy Note 2’s quad-core processor and enlarged display ahead of its unveiling. It also notes that 1080p smartphones from these companies seem inevitable in the not-so-distant future.
Let us know your opinion in the comments section below. What do you think? Will the new 1080p Smartphones from LG, Samsung, Pantech and HTC be able to beat the iPhone 5 Retina Display Technology?