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Samsung would be using AMOLED display for its HD smart phones

Samsung would be using AMOLED display for its HD smart phones

While the specs like the processor speed and RAM are quite important when it comes to smart phones, it seems that the display of the device is also becoming highly important and more and more companies are paying attention on it. Recently, HTC released its HTC J Butterfly smart phones which would be the first smart phone with full HD display. Now sources have revealed that Samsung and LG are also working on similar smart phones with HD display.

According to the information, both companies would be launching full-HD active matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) and liquid-crystal display (LCD) in the first half of next year. LG has recently showcased a prototype for its smart phone with 5 inch display and full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Screen density of the display happens to be 440 pixels per inch which is quite similar to HTC J Butterfly which is also a 5 inch Super LCD 3 display with a screen resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and pixel density of 440 ppi.

Other than Samsung and LG, it was also speculated about Sony that the company would soon launch a 1080p display smart phone which is code named C660X Yuga or the C650X Odin. Samsung on the other hand, just like most of its previous devices, would be using AMOLED display for its HD smart phones.

This trend of launching smart phone with full HD display is not only confined to big tech giants and various lesser known brands are also out in the market soon. For instance, a Korean handset maker with the name of Pantech and Sharp are both planning to launch their smart phones with 1080p display. In a recently held CEATEC event, sharp displayed its 5 inch full HD display whose pixel density was 443ppi. Other than Sharpe, Pantech smart phone with full HD display is expected to hit the market in the first half of the next year.

So while there is only one full HD display device from HTC at present, we can expect several others to be launched in the first half of 2013.

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