Japan Display continues to amaze the market with their new panels, and if a few days ago taught us his new screen for tablets and ultrabooks with 12.1 diagonal inches and 4K resolution, today we can see for the first panels that will encourage the high end of 2014: 5.4 inch and WQHD resolution.
The manufacturer of panels made up of Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi, who had already shown a 5 inch screen, FullHD resolution and White Magic technology, now teaches a panel larger and with a resolution that has not been seen at the moment in that size, with a 2560 x 1440 pixels you promise to drain like the autonomy of our smartphones.
This new high resolution panel technology is again LED-Backlight TFT full RGB matrix, and its pixel density to be 543 PPPs, with a 1500:1 contrast and 160 degree angle of vision without loss of quality.
Japan Display also ensures that it will launch a screen for phablets with similar specifications and diagonal of 6.2 inches, leaving the density in that case in 473 pixels per inch.
At the moment we do not know when will be available in the market, and even if we assume that 2014 will see this type of panels in high-end terminals, the truth is that the first that could integrate this resolution would be the hypothetical live Xplay 3S, that would have a screen of 5.5 inches and WQHD resolution.